Tensions continue to rise in the wake of last week's tragic serac avalanche on Mount Everest, which killed 16 men, all of them professional Nepalese climbing Sherpas. The disaster underscores a three-year trend of above-average mortality rates for Sherpas on Everest, where 24 have died since the beginning of 2012.
The story of how harmful could conquer the highest point on the planet. What psychological and physical stress will oppose this amazing mountain daredevils who dared to conquer it? What price you can pay for underestimating the presumptuous harsh environment in which the climbers fall?