Conrad Anker

National Geographic

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Mountaineer and leader of The North face climbing team; contributor to National Geographic and co-author of The Call of Everest: The History, Science, and Future of the World's Tallest Peak

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Sixty years after the first ascent of Mount Everest, the latest  National Geographic  contains a series of articles on what it calls "the mess at the top of the world."

Mount Everest Overcrowded after 60 Years of Climbing

Sixty years after the first ascent of Mount Everest, the latest National Geographic contains a series of articles on what it calls "the mess at the top of the world."

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