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Everest in 50: Seth Waterfall
Posted on April 27, 2013


In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking achievements of the Eddie Bauer-outfitted American Mount Everest Expedition, we asked every member of our Eddie Bauer First Ascent guide team who has reached the summit of the world’s highest peak to sum up the experience in 50 words or less. This report is from Eddie Bauer guide Seth Waterfall, who is currently on Everest working his way toward the summit while guiding for Rainier Mountaineering Incorporated, breaks it down in 50.

Words by Seth Waterfall

To me, Everest means reaching for your limits.  Whether it’s for a guided climber striving for their ultimate goal or a professional alpinist opening a new route without bottled oxygen, there is a personal challenge for everyone.


Author: - Saturday, April 27th, 2013

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