Eric Simonson

Co-Owner, International Mountain Guides

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American mountain guide and Everest climber; co-owner of International Mountain Guides, which leads groups up Mount Everest

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Since the first ascent of the world's highest mountain on May 29, 1953, more than 4000 people have climbed Mt. Everest.

Sir Edmund Hillary, First to Reach Top of Everest, Dead at 88

Since the first ascent of the world's highest mountain on May 29, 1953, more than 4000 people have climbed Mt. Everest.

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