Sherpa Official Trailer 1 (2015) - Documentary HD

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Sherpa Official Trailer 1 (2015) - Documentary HD

A fight on Everest? It seemed incredible. But in 2013 news channels around the world reported an ugly brawl at 21,000ft as European climbers fled a mob of angry Sherpas. In 1953, New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay had reached the summit in a spirit of co-operation and brave optimism. Now climbers and Sherpas were trading insults - even blows. What had happened to the happy, smiling Sherpas and their dedication in getting foreigners to the top of the mountain they hold so sacred? Determined to explore what was going on, the filmmakers set out to make a film of the 2014 Everest climbing season, from the Sherpas' point of view. Instead, they captured a tragedy that would change Everest forever. At 6.45am on 18th April, 2014, a 14 million ton block of ice crashed down onto the climbing route through the Khumbu Icefall, killing 16 Sherpas. It was the worst tragedy in the history of Everest. The disaster provoked a drastic reappraisal about the role of the Sherpas in the Everest industry. SHERPA, tells the story of how, in the face of fierce opposition, the Sherpas united in grief and anger to reclaim the mountain they call Chomolungma.

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  • I am also a sherpa

    vibesvibes14 өдрийн өмнө
  • i truly do hope everyone and their families got compensated fairly for this documentary.

    madilynemadilyne22 өдрийн өмнө
  • That Russell guy needs to come of the mountain because that altitude has ruined his crazy mind💯

    SLOBDOG7SLOBDOG7Сарын өмнө
  • That ignorant ‘merican likening them to terrorists. Wow. It beggars belief. A religious people whose community has suffered an incalculable loss quite rightly band together and they’re labelled subversive. The brainwashed “foreigners” are an embarrassment to the western world. Excellent documentary all that aside.

    Dr BaptisteDr BaptisteСарын өмнө
  • Escalar o Evereste sem duvida é uma grande aventura, é pra poucos. Por outro lado recorrer aos sherpas é provar sua própria incapacidade pra tal desafio. Toda a glória é dos sherpas, escalador não usa guia, escalador não tem babá, escalador pro não usa sherpa.

    noel silvanoel silvaСарын өмнө
  • Woww the Sherpa are truly beautiful people who have so much respect for the mountain and life, I also love the respect the Sherpa men show to their wives and families and am in awe of them. If I had the money to come out Nepal I would sooner give my money to a family there or a community than climb the mountain, as that would be way more beautiful as respectful under the vision of the mountain. That Russell needs to go back to his own country and learn respect as I imagine all he sees are dollar figures when he looks at them beautiful spirits. I watched the video and was saddened by the use of words that some of those foreigners used, some of them have way too much ego... If any of the Sherpa read this then I'd like to say not everyone from other countries is like that. Respect!

    Bodhi DioscuriBodhi Dioscuri2 сарын өмнө
  • Russel was disgusting labelling people mourning their friends militant and that one tourist asking who the 4 sherpas "owners" where the veil slipped in that moment, scumbags.

    Matthew SheehanMatthew Sheehan2 сарын өмнө
  • I am disgusted beyond words by the fact that they have all actually waited for a ‘go ahead’ to still proceed with the climb after what had happened (in fear of not getting a refund for a failed expedition I presume), instead of aborting the entire thing and joining the families of the ones who died in grief. They should donate money to them and support them for the rest of their lives! What a rotten bunch of souls!

    Jovanna DulicJovanna Dulic2 сарын өмнө
  • "Who are their owners?" Really. He thinks these brave people are subhumans put on the planet for his benefit. Spoilt to death. And the woman who said she was into the buddhist side of it- she wouldn't know true spiritualism if it kicked her in the c......

    devotidly crispytimemachinedevotidly crispytimemachine2 сарын өмнө
  • The film has left a bad taste in my mouth. I was obviously aware of the risks associated with climbing, but I was surprised how little support families of Sherpas who died whilst climbing got. The worst part however was the reaction of Russell and one of his American clients, who when discussing the issue with other westerners, treated Sherpas' very reasonable demands, like they were demands of a kid throwing tantrum whilst being forced to eat broccoli, rather than an ask to ensure that whilst they are risking their lives for some executive of consulting company to climb a mountain, some reasonable system of insurance and compensation for the families exists. The language used by both of them, referring to leaders of other expeditions employing Sherpas as their 'owners', or saying Sherpas watched too much of Arab Spring videos and think they can do the same or comparing them to 9/11 terrorists. Russell flippantly dismissing their concerns as some stupid ideas of young kids who watch to much of internet, like dude they've been on this mountain more times than you and risk their lives for your business. When everything is fine and no accidents happen it all seems lovely, everyone loves Nepali people, their culture, but once s*** happens, it becomes obvious they treat them as a mere vehicle for yet another achievement that boots their already oversized ego.

    Joanna PilchJoanna Pilch2 сарын өмнө
  • Those Sherpas should get organised and set up their own Company. Cut out these greedy Westerners that exploit them, and completely rip them off.

    Joseph SeedJoseph Seed2 сарын өмнө
  • The horrible westerners that go there have no real respect for the Sherpas or their holy mountain they remind me of the Trophy hunters of the world who kill animals just for fun.

    tasiawful1tasiawful12 сарын өмнө
  • Just watched it too, Russell Brice is a complete conman. Sits there talking to his Sherpas with a pathetic mock humility, after their friends have died a few day previous, then tries to get them to say they have been threatened by the other Sherpa teams. Despite them all shaking their heads and saying that none of them had been threatened, he then proceeds to announce to his clients, who have paid him fortunes a piece, that the climb has been abandoned because the Sherpas have been threatened with having their legs broken. Brice, you are a nasty piece of work and a conman. I hope all your clients sue you for every corrupt penny you’ve conned out of them and the Sherpas never work with you again.

    Jez EdwardsJez Edwards2 сарын өмнө
  • Just watched the film. Russel Brice is an unbelievable orientalist rich coloniser, calling Sherpas who didn’t want to disrespect their dead fallen comrades memory by climbing over their still fresh bodies renegades? The way he kept patronising them and calling these grown men boys, treating their righteous anger as childish? What a filthy man. I hope an avalanche gets him and he gets as much respect as he gives the good Sherpa people, less than none. I am so saddened by the fact that Tenzing Norgay suffered so much and regretted ever climbing the mountain and I am glad to se his children defend his legacy and his opinions. Westerns need to stop climbing this mountain. Their arrogance is just as tall and it is shocking. That is the finest mountain in the world and is sacred to many people,it is not a bucket list or selfie destination. May the Sherpa people win their rights and stop being treating as Slaves by the west and the Nepali government

    A. TommyA. Tommy2 сарын өмнө
    • The nonsense in this documentary from the westerners « can you speak to their owners? » really? they aren’t Yaks. Or when Russell made up the threats and kept putting words in Phurbas mouth when Phurba said they don’t want to climb or saying he read all the Hindu and Buddhist stuff as if he cares that those poor exploitâtes men died

      A. TommyA. Tommy2 сарын өмнө
  • Russel should be band from Nepal . Slavery comes to mind . Big up the Sherpas

    Andrew LynnAndrew Lynn2 сарын өмнө
    • The way the American asked who the « owners » of the Sherpas were was disgusting. He’s a coloniser. The happy servant speech? And how he kept calling the grown men boys was just so horrible. I hope the Sherpas get much better working conditions

      A. TommyA. Tommy2 сарын өмнө
  • Greed has taken hold that kiwi! And manipulation followed close behind

    Nigel RNigel R2 сарын өмнө
  • I have a lot of respect for Sherpa's but not this new militant generation. No one is forcing them to climb and danger is part of the job description. The work they do is amazing but they get the work simply because they're there and it's economically viable. You could put a hundred acclimatised western climbers on Everest to do the same job and it would be done but it would be at least ten times more expensive. People should appreciate the Sherpa's but they should appreciate everyone else too.

    Mr HMr H2 сарын өмнө
    • Where the hell did you get the idea that these Sherpas are militant in any way? They wanted a bit more respect given that they're the lifeblood of the industry, take 90+% of the risk, and take a tiny cut of the profits. Meanwhile Russell wants them to remain "friendly, smily Sherpa." Do you not see the irony?

      Elliott SmithElliott Smith15 өдрийн өмнө
    • Mr H : from what you’ve written on this and other posts about this trailer, you’ve either been there and climbed it or are a climber who wants to. Despite what you’ve written the film seems to have had little effect on you, you also don’t seem to have much respect for the Sherpas either! you even say so in the first line of your post! Militant? you mean they’re not subservient enough for you because they want safer working conditions. Your last comment ‘....appreciate everyone else too.....” you mean those arrogant, rich, entitled *ars*holes* tourist supposed climbers. Don’t come back with that nonsense you spouted on another post about economics, as proved in the film Sherpas could survive without tourists they’d just go back to herding cattle or growing potatoes, yes they like the money but they’re not slaves to it.

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
  • Absolutely disgusting the way some of the foreigners talked about the sherpa. "Could you not go talk to his owner?" Absolute ignorance, with slavery and privilege engrained in some Americans.

    Craig PardyCraig Pardy2 сарын өмнө
    • Same sentiments here like they are people also

      Papa PhilPapa PhilСарын өмнө
    • I especially like when asked at that part also- Russell answered if his Sherpa didn’t want to climb, he would get rid of him by sending him home haha. Glad they took a stand and stuck together against heartless businessmen like Russell and im glad times have changed and improved for the Sherpa. Sherpa will always be legendary!

      listen to melisten to me2 сарын өмнө
    • Dude this had me thinking the same thing. Russel said "our sherpas" are you kidding me.

      Swarv 84Swarv 842 сарын өмнө
  • Russell showed that he is only interested in making money from Everest and from Sherpas. He has no compassion for the families of those who were killed in the avalanche and called the Sherpas a mob just because they wanted better conditions to work in and get better paid for doing most of the work involved in getting climbers up Everest. I hope an avalanche gets him one day.

    Juan ManuJuan Manu2 сарын өмнө
  • After watching this I've never seen so many selfish inhuman Westerners in all my life, they have no respect for Nepalese culture and mentioned the Sherpas that died as if they were an "inconvenience" because the season was called off just because the Sherpas didn't want to disrespect their dead friends by following their route and stepping over their bodies. One American compared Sherpas to 911 hijackers?! White, rich Americans are so inconsiderate. Proud to be Irish ☘️

    Nikolay_213Nikolay_2132 сарын өмнө
    • @Joe Boon Music : I must of missed that bit in the film.......and to be honest Nikolay was just saying what he saw, I didn’t see any ethnic groups in the ‘tourist’ group they were basically wealthy entitled white people, if I’m wrong then please tell me where in the film to prove your point.

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • Totally agreed, apart from the last bit... Let’s not label people by the colour of their skin, there’s a name for that. Plenty of the climbers also didn’t want to continue out of respect too.

      Joe Boon MusicJoe Boon MusicСарын өмнө
  • carry your own gear then.entitled climbers shows how more adxanced sherps are.

    bender xbender x2 сарын өмнө
  • Phurba: We don't want to climb Russell: Phurba and his team want to climb. But some Sherpa's have threatened to break their legs... Wtf. Russell is everything that's wrong with the industry.

    E AE A2 сарын өмнө
    • He was cunning. Don't know him personally but the movie edits and his every comments made me think all he cared was money. No respect for Sherpas. I think Phurba quit because he couldn't work for someone like him.

      AGAG2 сарын өмнө
  • Russell your not a kiwi, your a clown. No mana no respect nothing.

    Chumching WongChumching Wong3 сарын өмнө
  • No sympathy for the people who still want to climb Everest after all those sherpas died. If that ain't a sign that you shouldn't go up, I don't know what is.

    Melanie BunkerMelanie Bunker3 сарын өмнө
  • Just watched this movie on Netflix, so well shot and emotional too. I felt so uncomfortable with certain tourists who had come to climb the mountain and also Russell the coordinator of the expidition. Some parts made me feel they were so ignorant towards the culture of the locals, they clearly didn't want to climb because they believe God resides in the mountain and the God wasn't happy but they made it a whole political thing and started calling it a terrorist captivity, they lost 13 sherpas 3 bodies not found and they think the decision was taken only by a few? People in developing countries are more close knit, they aren't individualistic, they grow with their family and continue to live with their family even after they turn 18 years old because they believe they should be there for their elders. How can you just decide that the Sherpas were being threatened, they probably decided it because they take those 13 men who died as family, at least give them some time to grieve.

    Krittika SinghKrittika Singh3 сарын өмнө
    • I’ve just watched this on Netflix 10th May 2021 and the first thing I’ve done today 11th is find this on YT to vent my anger. I simply could not believe what I was seeing/hearing from that absolute *ars*hole* Brice.....”we’re mountaineers, we get used to death but we have to move in....” all he cared about was getting those entitled ‘people’ (I use the term loosely) to the top. He tried emotional blackmail to try to get the Sherpas to break the boycott “....those few are ruining your reputation....” God what a disgusting human being as if the lives of 16 dead Sherpas were nothing... *all* he cared about was his expedition and making money. I could go on but I think I’d be writing till this time next year....

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • @Patricia Serrano 100%. I also hate that some of them (not all) seemed to treat climbing the mountain as just some big sport, forgetting how important it is to the people that actually live there.

      Joe Boon MusicJoe Boon MusicСарын өмнө
    • @Swarv 84 agree !

      Andrew LynnAndrew Lynn2 сарын өмнө
    • @BlackHowl1 I get their frustration, but you would imagine that if someone died (or 16 people), you would immediately feel empathy and would feel bad to continue. That is one expensive trip, but they are fully aware of the risks.

      Patricia SerranoPatricia Serrano2 сарын өмнө
    • @Patricia Serrano right?? Like, I get that they’ve dropped $100k on their dream of getting to the top, so the disappointment and chaos of that situation might bring out the worst in them. But I’d still hope the worst in them wasn’t essentially a slaver’s mentality! Crazy.

      BlackHowl1BlackHowl12 сарын өмнө
  • This Russell guy disgusts me! Not an ounce of respect for the ones who lost their lives! These Sherpas are the ones who are feeding his belly.. not the other way around! It’s just business and money for him... 🤬

    Adarsh ChikkerurAdarsh Chikkerur3 сарын өмнө
    • @Mr H : well you’re as nice a human being as Brice....

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • @Mr H well the sherpas should be getting the exact same money the westerner guides you are stating should get if not more!

      niamh walshniamh walshСарын өмнө
    • @Mr H They would survive absolutely fine if all the westerners left them to their own necessities. People don't need the internet, LA baseball caps, sunnies and food from 1000s of miles away to survive in this world having local communities that share seed and other tools for survival works fine!

      Bodhi DioscuriBodhi Dioscuri2 сарын өмнө
    • Exactly he was an idiot and a lier, calling them terrorist and mobsters for asking only what it was fair. He is getting rich on the back of this poor people risking their life.

      Abyk 00Abyk 002 сарын өмнө
    • You sir are an idiot

      M.A MorrisonM.A Morrison2 сарын өмнө
  • Just watched the movie. Very ashamed to be western sometimes, have lost touch with their spirit. All of them seemed very rude even disrespected the sherpa on the mountain of their God, when that guy called the sherpa a m****** f****** they should have beat him and thrown him off mountain, he only apologized because he was scared not because he realized how disrespectful he had been. The tour guide charges 100k a person, if I was the sherpas 50% of each clients cost would be given to sherpa or block off the mountain and don't allow foreigners on there simple as

    David WayneDavid Wayne3 сарын өмнө
  • This movie shows exactly how westerners are so greedy. The expedition owner at the end doesnt even speak proper English, as if he speaks to a kid, even though the Sherpa is well off on English, and he lies to the expiditioners that the Sherpas were at risk of being abused physically, which the Sherpas never even heard. Clearly this guy didnt want to spend money on continuing because he wont make money of its just their group. Yet he keeps saying he is respecting and fearful for them. What an old goat. If Sherpas need better equipment, why cant the expedition owners buy better equipment? Its not thw governments fault. They said the gov only takes 1/3. At $320 million per year. That means the expidition owners take 2/3. At more than $600million a year. What a load of biased crap. The documentary is totally ignorant of Sherpas. Its just about the loss of White Mans money and pride of their greed. ==

    C DeeC Dee3 сарын өмнө
    • He was a fuckhead hey!

      Gose OneGose One2 сарын өмнө
    • When Russell lied infront of Phurba infront of clients when he told him night before he heard nothing about threats, you can see disgust in his face. I think that's part of a reason he quit, not to work with a cunning disrespectful greedy person.

      AGAG2 сарын өмнө
    • nothing to do with westerners, its all about human greed. There are greedy people all over the world in every race including yours and they will take advantage of you just the same.

      Daniel JessopDaniel Jessop3 сарын өмнө
  • Please ma yesto get gauhu movie

    tenzing sherpatenzing sherpa4 сарын өмнө
  • My nickname . On game. "SHERPA"

    ali Fahrudinali Fahrudin5 сарын өмнө
  • I have a soft spot for tenzing norgay. He just smiled and later admitted he wish he had never climbed Chumolongmo. Thats a huge statement considering what he did.

    tatituntejatatitunteja6 сарын өмнө
  • Government doesn’t have respect towards the sherpa community.. no any support and assurance to the sherpa guides.. All the money goes in to government fund and what they do is empty the fund.. when sherpa dies, nobody cares. Government is silent and unspoken.

    Sonam SherpaSonam Sherpa6 сарын өмнө
  • Very, very interesting. I might actually watch it. Watched this and another video by National Geographic for school about the Sherpa. Very interesting indeed, I shall now learn more about these people.

    TheKaijuGamer_2003TheKaijuGamer_20038 сарын өмнө
  • Shame on Russell to emphasize how badly the Sherpas need money. It is not the reason why you squeeze every last drop of the employees. But he is only #2 murder. #1 is Nepal government.

    Doris SunDoris Sun9 сарын өмнө
  • From India 😭 very sad

    Ms gamersMs gamers10 сарын өмнө
  • Hope your don't put Sherpa lives in danger..donate the money for the climb to their community..enough people have reached the need another unknown for Everest seems very unnecessary and egoistic..

    Frank WeeFrank WeeЖилийн өмнө
    • Man you cant say that about anyone's dream.

      vnayvnay11 сарын өмнө
  • i just finished watching the movie. i'd be lying if i'd say i wasn't moved at all. some parts have brought me to tears. massive massive respect to Sherpas.

    E. ShakaE. ShakaЖилийн өмнө
  • Interesting documentary film like "Kosiak" - the best documentary I have seen

    Człowiek z WalizkąCzłowiek z WalizkąЖилийн өмнө
  • Incredibly sad that this documentary is still not available for purchase in Europe. It seems a terrible waste.

    john gamejohn gameЖилийн өмнө
    • It’s now on netflix

      A. TommyA. Tommy2 сарын өмнө
  • Hero

    MAYA Trần Mạnh HyMAYA Trần Mạnh Hy2 жилийн өмнө
  • Outstanding place...

    Tomasz z KrakowaTomasz z Krakowa2 жилийн өмнө
  • personas para admirar.

    Temas FácilesTemas Fáciles2 жилийн өмнө
  • i am a nepali boy ,currently i am 16 years old ,i did spend my childhood in himalayan area later i went to ktm for higher education as well as to make career.

    spiker manspiker man2 жилийн өмнө
  • Beautiful movie.

    AvaAva2 жилийн өмнө
  • 🤘🤘🤘🤘🤘🤘🤘🤘🤘

    Demlin NaloDemlin Nalo2 жилийн өмнө
  • how much percentage they get from their foreigner boss?

    Jonathan CambelJonathan Cambel2 жилийн өмнө
    • @Mr H : is that 5k of local currency or Yankee dollar, the former I suspect as it’s even seem like your on the side of expedition organisers.......

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • Yep. Pay them enough to survive one year so that they need to keep climbing year after year

      listen to melisten to me2 сарын өмнө
    • @Mr H it doesn't matter. If I worked for a mining company overseas regardless of where I lived would be a decent wage not based on cost of living in the country try I'm working. The guides are still being paid far more than the sherpas even with the lower cost of living

      David WayneDavid Wayne2 сарын өмнө
    • 3-5k is worth a lot more in Nepal, than 50k in the west. Any western guide/climber could do what they do, once acclimatised but the cost would be prohibitive.

      Mr HMr H2 сарын өмнө
    • Nothing compared to the 100k they charge some clients

      David WayneDavid Wayne3 сарын өмнө
  • Proud to be nepali our real hero sherpa

    isak miyaisak miya3 жилийн өмнө
    • Thanks

      Sonam SherpaSonam Sherpa3 сарын өмнө
  • Anyone who knows where i can watch this?

    Carl tanCarl tan3 жилийн өмнө
    • Netflix

      Robyn McPheeRobyn McPhee2 сарын өмнө
  • Got to feel for these great Sherpa's serving these pathetic rich pommy western pricks, who have never really worked a hard day in their Lives.Sherpa's should demand a pay rise at the start of the season every year.

    Johnny MarlinJohnny Marlin4 жилийн өмнө
    • Johnny Marlin : pommy? Really? because when I watched it I saw mainly Americans but also entitled tourists from other countries.....

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • Julie Hobbs ow what happened. Did a Sherpa change you extra money than you expected? So mean

      dajapadajapa3 жилийн өмнө
    • You're the greedy daddy and Mummy did everything for me the Rich brat that I am. You suck Sherpa's rule!!!

      Johnny MarlinJohnny Marlin4 жилийн өмнө
  • I wish somebody upload the whole movie, high respect to sherpas

    PiggybjornPiggybjorn4 жилийн өмнө
  • Synopsis: Dumbass western climbers so bored with their lives they pay lots of money for artificial thrills propped up on the backs of Sherpas. They may take your money but youre still a joke to them.

    DaakistDaakist4 жилийн өмнө
  • So a poor man dying for the sake of the rich man...

    NekminuteNekminute4 жилийн өмнө
    • @jujitusuka how is that relevant to the discussion?

      Kung FuKung FuСарын өмнө
    • @Kung Fu : did you watch the whole film?

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • @Daniel Jessop How do they not have a choice? Of course they do, they choose to climb everest because it is probably the most profitable thing in their area, but they do have the choice to do something else, or do nothing. Noone is being forced to do anything. The rich people climbing everest are only giving them an opportunity, which they may take, or they may not take. You say that if they dont do it they would die of starvation, therefore you are saying that if there were no tourists climbing everest they would die of starvation, therefore the rich climbers are saving their lives by giving them the opportunity to make money and not die of starvation. You are really pathetic man, you are looking at things through a lens of jelousy.

      Kung FuKung Fu3 сарын өмнө
    • @Daniel Jessop What do you mean not even close? That is so true, the rich man dedicates their life to a cause, and then, they give a poor man an opportunity do survive.

      Kung FuKung Fu3 сарын өмнө
    • @Kung Fu nope. They don't have a choice. If they don't climb there family would die of starvation. How is that a choice?

      Daniel JessopDaniel Jessop3 сарын өмнө
  • Proud to be Nepali

    Dipesh GyawaliDipesh Gyawali4 жилийн өмнө
    • @Nikolay_213 : dunno how Dipesh feels but I’m ashamed to be a white westerner after they way I saw those ‘entitled’ disgusting tourists act.

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • Proud to be neighbor of Nepal (India)

      ᴜ ᴄᴀɴ'ᴛ ᴄ ᴍᴇᴜ ᴄᴀɴ'ᴛ ᴄ ᴍᴇ2 сарын өмнө
    • @Dipesh Gyawali...did you find the westerners to be inconsiderate, after what happened? Especially the Americans?

      Nikolay_213Nikolay_2132 сарын өмнө
    • Yes brother, regards from your neighbour in India.

      ajbvisionajbvision8 сарын өмнө
    • Julie Hobbs the culture

      rick gurungrick gurung3 жилийн өмнө
  • Does anyone know, where or how to see the entire movie?

    Jutta TørkelJutta Tørkel5 жилийн өмнө
    • I have seen it, don't remember where, but thanks anyway. Will watch it again.

      Jutta TørkelJutta Tørkel2 сарын өмнө
    • Its on Netflix now

      lithol Railithol Rai2 сарын өмнө
    • Jutta Tørkel

      Passang ChunkiPassang Chunki4 жилийн өмнө
  • Impressive movie about difficult choices for the sherpas between family, money, making climbers happy and risking their own life. Also broadcoasted on Discovery channel

    Bardia HomestayBardia Homestay5 жилийн өмнө
  • What is this music, goes beautifully with the visuals

    Sydney MarineauSydney Marineau5 жилийн өмнө
    • The first song was some remix of 'On the nature daylight by max richter' It was used in the doc

      BezhhBezhh2 сарын өмнө
    • Isn't it? almost gives me the chills

      Chick and ChockChick and Chock5 жилийн өмнө
  • Have to see this. I'm going to do the Everest base camp trek very soon.

    ajbvisionajbvision5 жилийн өмнө
    • @Andreea Radulescu : absolutely agree with you, after watching this I’m ashamed of the expedition organisers and the entitled tourists.

      jujitusukajujitusukaСарын өмнө
    • How about you don't?

      Andreea RadulescuAndreea Radulescu2 сарын өмнө
    • Make sure you respect the country

      Andrew LynnAndrew Lynn2 сарын өмнө
    • Good luck!!👍

      Indra jit GurungIndra jit Gurung3 жилийн өмнө
    • @ajbvision Thats cool.

      Dipesh GyawaliDipesh Gyawali4 жилийн өмнө