It has been nearly 100 years since Charles Howard Bury from Mullingar led the first Everest expedition, with George Mallory finding the route to the North Col that became the focus of all the early attempts on the world’s highest mountain.
That route remained the focus of climbers up until World War II, when attention shifted to the southern, Nepalese side, culminating in Hillary and Tenzing’s historic first ascent in 1953.
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