The Importance Of Climbing Mount Everest

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Climbing Mount Everest might sound like fun but, it can also be very dangerous. Doing curtain activities can be a great experience. On the other hand if you mess up on something dangerous it can turn a fun trip into a dangerous mission. Mount Everest can be fun but some things aren 't and here is why.
"The World’s Highest Mountain" is about Sir Edmund Hillary and his partner who were the first mountain climbers to get to the top of Mount Everest. It was a dangerous task but they managed. On the way Sir Edmund Hillary noticed that there were many empty oxygen bottles on the ground. He realized Mount Everest was being polluted. The text states "He also demanded that mountain climbers clean up the garbage that often got left behind on Mount Everest".
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This organization helps to clean up Mount Everest. This is a good reason to go to Mount Everest. You can make a change by picking up garbage and helping the Mountain. These two reasons are good things about Mount Everest.
On the other hand many accidents and injuries have occurred. Nobody had made it up the mountain until Sir Edmund Hillary and his partner did. This was because many people had to stop and leave. People have also died trying to get to the top of this dangerously tall mountain. To get to the top you must use oxygen tanks so that you can breathe in this high elevation.
To conclude some people try to be daring and risk their lives to get up to the top of Mount Everest. Others might not because of that risk. There are many pros and cons to climbing Mount Everest. So, next time you go to climb a mountain think about the pros and
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