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Jake Norton discovers the 1938 high camp on the Northeast Shoulder of Mount Everest in 2004. The camp, located in possibly the windiest spot on Everest, was all but abandoned in 1938 and left in the elements for 66 years. All that Jake discovered was a tent pole, some old cans, bits of tent material, and some pitons and other items. Jake also takes viewers on a tour of the Northeast Shoulder of Everest, showing where Boardman & Tasker disappeared in 1982 and the possible ascent route taken by Mallory & Irvine in 1924. High winds that day, so Jake has added subtitles to help you understand what he is saying and describing. Enjoy, and visit http://www.mountainworldproductions.com for more!
UC Irvine celebrated its 50th Anniversary with the Festival of Discovery Oct. 3, 2015, in Aldrich Park. Anteater 5k Family Fun Run, Pavilions of Discovery, My Virtual Dream, food trucks and lots more family-friendly activities. Celebrating UCI's bright past and brilliant future. More: http://bit.ly/UCIFestivalOfDiscovery Storify: http://bit.ly/UCIFoD_Storify UCI's 50th Anniversary: http://50th.uci.edu/ UCI: http://uci.edu/ Video by Steve Chang, UCI Communications.
In Spring, 2004, Dave Hahn and I went back to Mount Everest to search once again for Andrew Irvine and clues to his and George Mallory's 1924 disappearance on the mountain. During the expedition, we found quite a few interesting artifacts, and I was able to re-discover this camp - among others - on the saddle of the First Step at 27,600 feet, with remains from both the Chinese expeditions of 1960 and 1975. Note that this is a new, higher quality version of my 2006 upload, "Search for Andrew Irvine, 2004" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE6k2G6BY68.
English/Nat Seventy-five years after George Mallory and Andrew Irvine disappeared high on Mount Everest, leading mountaineers remained divided on Tuesday over whether the climbing duo had been the first to summit the world's highest peak. Mallory and Irving set out to conquer Everest in 1924. An expedition, that recovered the frozen corpse of Mallory on the mountain earlier this month, has given details of their discovery. At a press conference in Kathmandu on Tuesday, Eric Simonson, team leader and experienced climber from Ashford, Washington, said he did not think they made it to the summit since the route was too long and too hard. The American, British and German climbers who attempted to settle the debate once and for all are divided on whether George Mallory and Andrew Irv...
George Leigh Mallory and Andrew Irvine were two English mountaineers who took part in a British expedition to Mount Everest in 1924. On the 8th June, both disappeared somewhere high on the North-East ridge during (or perhaps after completing) the final stage of their attempt to make the first ascent of the world's highest mountain, 29 years before Hillary and Norgay. Subscribe:-https://goo.gl/JPczN8 My other channel:-https://goo.gl/V2o3M3 Special thanks to Quouar : https://goo.gl/zgzgHI Music : Ambient Ambulance - Jingle Punks and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIweVM8CpRQ Follow me on Twitter:https://twitter.com/07Merc Facebook:http://goo.gl/ncD8Sv Hello, Merc is a channel mostly featuring facts about space, paranormal top 10 lists including the most mysterious photos that cannot b...
Jake Norton & Dave Hahn search the Yellow Band high on Mount Everest in the spring of 2004 looking for signs of Andrew Irvine who disappeared with George Mallory on June 8, 1924, high on Everest. Visit http://www.mountainworldproductions.com for more information!
On June 8, 1924, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine left their tent high up on the slopes of Mount Everest and climbed into history. They were seen at 12:50 pm . This is a documentary about the search for George Mallory and his climbing partner Andrew Irvine. They had both gone missing as they were making an attempt . On June 8, 1924, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine left their tent high up on the slopes of Mount Everest and climbed into history. They were seen at 12:50 pm . Excerpt from the full documentary here: For full Everest and K2 documentaries, see my playlist here: . On June 8, 1924, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine left .
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For more Discovery News, visit http://news.discovery.com/videos/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | Zola the Gorilla has got some serious b-boy moves. But what's really going on here? Jorge Ribas talks to zookeeper Garth Irvine from the Calgary Zoo to find out. Watch the original clip here! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNKyG4C2VlA
Narrated By Mark Reed Animation by Mick Flaherty Written by Dean Johnson Music by Greg Williams This dramatic scene illustrates mountaineer Sandy Irvine's hallucinations due to sickness the evening before the 1924 Everest Summit attempt. Mick is a student at Liverpool's John Moores University, narrator mark Reed is the son of the late great Oliver Reed.