Peak Experience ~ Christina & Niya
Although Nepal has been able to make lots of money off of Mount Everest, there are some issues.
Trash on the "Top of the World"
Apparently Nepal has already thought of a way. They've decided to make each climber bring down at least 17.6 pounds of their own trash. If at all this should discontinue the acceleration of trash on Everest.
Climate on Everest
Preparation for climbing
The Youngest To Summit Everest
Climbing Everest is one thing, but how about at the age of four-teen? That just so happens to be exactly what one Sun-Jo accomplished. With help from his grandfather, his friend Peak, and Joshua Wood (the leader of a very successful climbing company) he managed to reach the summit. Not only did he become the youngest to summit, he is also the first free Tibetan to reach the summit of Everest. The goal was to get both Peak and Sun-Jo to the summit. It was well known how much more Sun-Jo needed the publicity than Peak. Literally 10 feet away from summit, Peak decides to turn back and allow Sun-Jo to gain both titles, seeing as to how they are only one week apart. Peak's nobleness allowed Sun-Jo and his sisters to finally attend school.
The biography of Peak Marcello
Soon after, Peak got a taste of something bigger. So he decides not only to climb skyscrapers, but to tag them as well. Eventually he gets caught. He tries for trial and succeeds. He is sent off to supposedly live with his father, but instead his father take him to go climb Mount Everest. Sound responsible? Peak is going to be climbing with Sun-Jo, Zopa's grandson. Sun-Jo needs the publicity so that he and his sisters can attend school. Peak starts to get seriously determined to make it to summit. When Peak is literally 10 feet away from summit, he turns away and allows Sun-Jo to not only be known as "First free Tibetan to summit Everest" but also as "Youngest person to summit Everest". Peak is truly a noble and genuine person.