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I guess the only guys that go mountain climbing...... are married men  .....i mean why would a single man  risk  losing his life  ....it has  to be  to get away from nagging ..... and the kids ..... for peace  ...i like sports ...... but mountain climbing ....no ....has  to be  a married thing .....if i was married i would  do anything  to get away from wife and kids  who the hell  would  want that ..... mountain climbing  would be  an easier  death ....than suffering .......wife and kids ......stay single and mingle  my freinds .....





Climber dies day after celebrating making it to top of Himalayan peak

Climber dies day after celebrating making it to top of Himalayan peak

A Greek climber died Tuesday on Nepal's rugged Mount Dhaulagiri, expedition organizers said, in the first recorded fatality of this year's busy Himalayan spring climbing season.

Antonios Sykaris's death came a day after a triumphant Instagram message announcing he had made it to the top of the world's seventh-highest peak. Sykaris wrote that he was dedicating his feat to "my little Iris, my granddaughter."

"Iris, I am at the top !!!" he wrote.

The 59-year-old had fallen ill while descending, mountain guide Mingma Sherpa of Seven Summit Treks told AFP.

"He died at an altitude of 7,400 meters. We are speaking with his family," Sherpa said.

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A message Tuesday on his official Instagram account said that he died "after a huge physical and mental effort and lack of additional oxygen."

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Sykaris was an experienced climber who had summited five other mountains higher than 8,000 meters, including the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest, according to his website.

Dhaulagiri's 8,170-metre (26,800-foot) peak was first scaled in 1960 by a Swiss-Austrian team and has since been climbed by hundreds of people.

The spring climbing season begins each April when temperatures warm and winds are typically calm.

It usually attracts hundreds of adventurers each year to Nepal, which is home to eight of the world's highest peaks.

The country only reopened its peaks to mountaineers last year after the pandemic shut down the industry in 2020.

But with coron


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