The group included 20 sherpa guides and 362 porters, yet only one individual made it to the top. As a result, that climber met the glory. He was the sole heir to the honor of scaling the tallest mountain range on earth. At 29,029 feet, he stood at cruising altitude with nothing but traditional textiles, experimental oxygen tanks, rubber walkie talkies, and grit.
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