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Everest Fifty Years Later: National Geographic Spring 2012 Expedition

Everest Fifty Years Later: National Geographic Spring 2012 Expedition (photo by Cory Richards)

National Geographic Spring 2012 Everest Expedition – Climbing, Science, Education

Continuing his legacy of renowned ascents, famed mountaineer and The North Face athlete Conrad Anker is aiming once again for the top of the world as he leads a team of climbers setting out to reach the summit of Mount Everest this spring.

The Climb to Be Covered Online Starting March 16 at natgeo.com/oneverest and www.thenorthface.com/everest.

Real-time Updates from West Ridge Team to Start April 16 on National Geographic magazine App for iPad

Steeped with a history unlike any other, Everest has been perhaps the most sought-after summit for climbers in the world. Anker, along with fellow The North Face athlete and National Geographic photographer Cory Richards, will revisit Everest’s storied past as they attempt to repeat the historic climb of the 1963 National Geographic-sponsored American Mount Everest Expedition (AMEE) almost 50 years after the first American ascent to the summit via the West Ridge.

Anker and Richards will climb Everest’s West Ridge, a route seldom visited. Their alpine-style climb will be documented by Richards for a feature in National Geographic magazine to be published in early 2013 and covered in real time on the magazine’s May issue iPad app starting April 16. It can also be followed online at...

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almost 50 years after the first American ascent to the summit via the West Ridge.Anker and Richards will climb Everest’s West Ridge, a route seldom visited. Their alpine-style climb will be documented by Richards for a feature in National Geographic magazine to be published in early 2013 and covered in real time on the magazine’s May issue iPad app

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