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Climber

Slang; an extremely successful salesperson. A climber is able to sell his/her product to even the most difficult customer.
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On August 4, a group of Kazakh climbers - Murat Otepbayev, Andrei Korneyev and Alexander Chechulin - began their expedition to the highest and dangerous mount of the Tien Shan - Pobeda Peak (7,439m).
Last year, rescuers had to evacuate 1,226 climbers, including 696 foreigners, who were stranded in various spots on the mountain, including its iconic crater lake, Segara Anak, due to landslides triggered by the powerful quake.
Also, equally elated were Carla Perez who became the first South American woman to summit both the Mount Everest and K2 without bottled O2,' Mr Haidri said while quoting the climbers.
A daredevil free climber has scaled The Shard, one of the tallest buildings in Europe.
Exhausted climbers struggling to breathe and battling nausea leave heavy tents behind rather than attempt to carry them down.
Indian authorities have maintained that the group of climbers was 'not given permission' to scale the peak.
A snow avalanche had hit the climbers when they were descending after scaling a peak of the altitude of around 5,300 meters in Ishkoman Valley in the Ghizar district.
Over the years, reporting about Everest has slipped into a vicious cycle: veneration of its climbers and their goals when things go right, followed by vilification of the culture of Everest when they don't.
Now, numerous climbers make a beeline for the top of Mt.
Many teams had to line up for hours on May 22 to reach the summit, risking frostbite and altitude sickness, as a rush of climbers marked one of the busiest days on the world's highest mountain.
Summary: Kulkarni is the 13th climber to die on mountains in this year's spring climbing seasons.
More than 120 climbers scaled the world's highest mountain on Thursday, but some of them were caught in the crowd of people on the slopes, leading to exhaustion, dehydration and death, they said.