Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson negotiates Hillary Step on his way to the summit of 29,035-foot Mount Everest in 2003. Hillary Step is now gone, two Seattle guides recently told Outside magazine.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson negotiates Hillary Step on his way to the summit of 29,035-foot Mount Everest in 2003. Hillary Step is now gone, two Seattle guides recently told Outside magazine. Dave Hahn The Associated Press file, 2003
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson negotiates Hillary Step on his way to the summit of 29,035-foot Mount Everest in 2003. Hillary Step is now gone, two Seattle guides recently told Outside magazine. Dave Hahn The Associated Press file, 2003

Mount Everest forever changed. Local guides tell magazine that Hillary Step is gone

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