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As Everest arrives in theaters this weekend, catch up with four articles that explore the treacherous, unpredictable nature of mountain climbing. Hear from tenacious mountaineers, avalanche survivors, and the cast and crew behind the white-knuckle movie. Digital extras include video accounts of unforeseen disasters, taking readers one step closer to the most dangerous places on earth.

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Everest Stays in the Picture

Outside Magazine

In this Outside exclusive, hear the cast and crew of the new movie, Everest, dish about making this adventure epic roar to life for a new generation.

Sorrow on the Mountain

National Geographic

A shocking avalanche on April 18, 2014 killed 16 expedition workers and changed life on Mount Everest forever. Here’s how it unfolded.

The Apocalypse on Everest

Maclean's

Barely a year after the last disaster, on April 25, 2015, more than 8,000 people in Nepal were killed. When the avalanche hit, mountaineer Gabriel Filippi sprinted for his life. He emerged to find an unthinkable disaster.

After the Seven Summits

ESPN The Magazine

A group of Nepali women first defied the odds by climbing the tallest mountain on each continent. Now their greatest challenge: Rebuilding their country after two earthquakes.