Mt. Everest Utilizes Dead Climbers as Mile Markers [Video]

Nepal -- Nearly one in four people who attempt to climb Mount Everest die. David Sharp's death on the mountain in 2006 brought outrage.



Many of the 200 some dead bodies on the mountain are named (Green Boots, et al) and used as markers.


Snopes that because given the temps...our story is solid. And biodegradable if this global warming would finally get here.



Imagine what they could do with nutcase Dean Potter who crossed Taft Point in Yosemite on a tight rope. No balancing wand, no safety net. 3200 ft up.

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