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National Geographic Travel with National Geographic to the top of the world. This is an excellent, exciting site about Everest. There are so many interesting aspects. Take a Virtual Climb that employs actual footage. View Everest and the surrounding mountains from the peak. Travel with
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Travel with National Geographic to the top of the world. This is an excellent, exciting site about Everest. There are so many interesting aspects. Take a Virtual Climb that employs actual footage. View Everest and the surrounding mountains from the peak. Travel with renowned photographers to Tibet. Also for all those "Into Thin Air" readers, here are interviews with some of the survivors. Be sure to click on "Everest Expedition to Uncover Its True Height" for a panoramic view. Many more interesting articles and lesson plans for K-12 are here.

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