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  Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005:

Did George Leigh Mallory Summit Mt Everest?

Can you help out?


In 2005 EverestNews.com will support several world-class climbers who will try to find evidence that George Mallory was above the Second Step of Everest. (For more details see here.)

The climbers leave soon. The risks they will take will be high. They plan to travel off the beaten path, investigate possible Mallory routes and search areas of the mountain that have not been searched before. With a little luck, the climbers hope to set the mystery to rest once and for all.

Several readers have expressed interest in helping fund these expeditions, in a minor way. We went back and forth on whether to publicly ask. But the climbers really do need your help and the climbers want us to ask!  So here it is!  To help solve the mystery of whether or not George Mallory reached the summit of Mt Everest, click on the link near the bottom of this page.

EverestNews.com is again contributing significantly. Also, EverestGear.com will donate 5% of all sales between now and June 1, 2005 to the cause. So buying your gear, books, videos, etc you get from EverestGear.com will help. Other sponsors are welcome, if interested please contact us.

Please remember, EverestNews.com is not a billion-dollar company with endless resources. We are a group of people just like you who love climbing, and are determined to learn the truth about Mallory and Irvine. Last year's expedition gave us a whole new outlook on their last day.

$20, $50, $500, $1000 anything you can spare will help a great deal. Every dime goes to the expedition. No executive perks or fees!

To help use the options below:

To use Pay Pal, click on this link… 

Or send a check (made out to EverestNews) to the following address:

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With our kindest regards and thanks, The Staff at EverestNews.com

We return to Mount Everest in search of an answer.

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