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a mountain in the central Himalayas on the border of Tibet and Nepal (25,726 feet high)

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Ang Tsering Sherpa, head of the Nepal Mountaineering Association said: "He had an accident on the Nuptse wall and died.
Kamal Prasad Parajuli, an official with Nepal's Department of Tourism, confirmed Steck died while climbing Nuptse and that he had planned to attempt an Everest ascent.
The outer fabric is too fragile for working in without a protective jacket; however, the Nuptse isn't bulky, so donning a shell over the top is fine
In the evening we clamber up for our first real view of Everest--it peeks out over the top of the Nuptse ridge like a shy bride with the imposing South face of Lhotse stretching to the east.
5 -- The mountaineering community in Nepal and worldwide lost one of its senior most 'Icefall Doctor' - the hardy Sherpas who set and maintain the safest path through Khumbu Icefall, the treacherous stretch leading to Mount Everest and neighbouring Lhotse and Nuptse peaks.
To keep your feet as protected as your hands, try the Nuptse Fur boot ($100) from The North Face.
com, where a woman's North Face Nuptse Down Vest costs pounds 62.
SKI OR STREET: Black Greenland down-filled jacket, pounds 200, in sizes 8-16, and vintage white Metropolis Down parka, pounds 200, in sizes 8-16, worn with own jeans and Nuptse fake fur boot, pounds 69.
Para saber que se ha llegado a lo mas alto es preciso ver varias montanas: hacia el fondo, el Lohtse (8,516 metros); a la derecha, el Nuptse (7,900 metros); y al sureste, el Everest (8,848 metros).
Another thrill of a visit to the Thyangbache monastery is one of the world's most stunning views--the towering mountains Kwandge, Tawachee Nuptse and Lhotse, and, peeking above them all, Everest.
Kenton Cool has described how a man died in his arms during a world-first <Bsix-day summiting of Himalayan giants Nuptse, Everest and Lhotse Random House
The majestic peaks of Nuptse, Pumori and Ama Dablam tower over the 5,000m gateway, but Everest herself is hidden from view.