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WTF A ladder on everest???? 31-May-2013 At 5:45:16 AM Capt_mulch
>didnt the chinese put a ladder on one of the "step" on the northern route
>some 20 years ago and is still used by nearly all people . I remember reding
>that someone trying to prove whether it was possible for mallory to have
>climbed everest move the ladder went up then replaced the ladder
Conrad Anker in 'Ghosts of Everest' p.148. He knee barred / arm jammed the off width crack to the left of the ladder, to prove that Mallory could have "just knee-barred up that off-width and then just pulled over"

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