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The Rest of Everest

By Wizzard Media

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Description

An Almost Unabridged Expedition Experience

Customer Reviews

True to life in the Himalayas

As someone who has spent a great deal of time in the Himalayas, and the Tibetan Plateau in particular, this really gets at not only the heart of life in the greatest part of the Himalayas, but the culture surrounding it. It is great to see Americans attempting to understand another culture, rather than constantly compare it in a denigrating light to American culture. I love seeing the day-to-day of climbing at altitude, instead of just the glorious aspect of climbing a big mountain. Anyone who has climbed at altitude knows that it isn't all glory. A lot of it is patience and perserverance. This has got to be my favorite video podcast on iTunes. I recommend everyone download it.

The Best and Most Complete Documentary on Everest

Out of all of the documentaries on everest this is my favorite. You get a much closer look at the cultures surrounding everest as well as the amazing sites leading up to it. The crew does a great job filming, and the naration makes you feel like your there with them. This is as close as you can get to going on a trip to everest without actualling going. Keep up the good work guys

The BEST podcast ever

WOW. I don't think I can offer much more than what has already been stated in terms of review but I would like to say that anybody who rates this podcast as anything less than a 5-STAR would have to be sick and heartless ... ... it is "simply the best, better than all the rest" (now was that a corny line for a review or what?).