Snow in the Kingdom is the Everest autobiography of Ed Webster s five Storm Years on and off of Mount Everest following the climbing death of his girlfriend, Lauren Husted, in Colorado s Black Canyon A milestone in American mountaineering literature, Snow in the Kingdom will appeal to climbers and armchair climbers alike It s an adventure story penned in the tradition of the great European alpinists, a seminal document on modern lightweight, ethical Himalayan climbing and a deeply personal account of one man s search for redemption and achievement while ascending an uncharted new route up Mt Everest s most daunting and dangerous side, the Kangshung East Face in Tibet An astoundingpages of vivid color photographs overphotographs in all add depth and beauty to the compelling narrative Webster attempted Everest from three sides the West, North, and East, from both Nepal and Tibet Webster soloed Everest s north peak, Changtse, then pioneered a new route up the , foot precipices of Mount Everest s Kangshung Face in Tibet, with aman team and NO bottled oxygen, radios, or Sherpa support Also included are the unpublishedandEverest photographs of the legendary British pioneers George Mallory and Noel Odell, plus the never before told story of Tenzing Norgay s birthplace and boyhood home in Moyun Village, Tibet and the astounding assertion that in , Mallory and Tenzing met one another in Tibet Note on the digital edition The imagery used in Snow in the Kingdom is important and we have been compelled to use the highest resolution whenever possible However, file limitation sizes on some eBook devices required us to break Snow in the Kingdom intoparts for the eBook edition only VolumeForeword by Lord Hunt of Llanfairwaterdine Introduction by Thomas F Hornbein Prologue An End and a Beginning ChapterBeginners on Everest ChapterTurtles and Hares ChapterJourney To Tibet VolumeChapterChangtse Solo ChapterFour Against the Kangshung ChapterShekar to Kharta ChapterLangma La to Base Camp ChapterThe Cauliflower Ridge VolumeChapterBridging the Jaws of Doom ChapterSnow in the Kingdom ChapterTo the South Col from Tibet ChapterCold Courage To the Summit ChapterThe Fight ChapterRhododendron Blossoms ChapterHome Appendix A The Mysteries of Mallory and Tenzing Bibliography