Famed U.S. ski climber found dead after fall from Nepal mountain

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The body of a famed U.S. ski mountaineer has been discovered in Nepal, two days after she fell off the world's eighth-highest mountain near its peak.

, its co-founder, said on Instagram that the company's team had recovered Nelson's body. They said she would"be on her way home soon."

He said he spent the last two days searching for her from a helicopter. On Wednesday, with the help of a skilled pilot, he said, they were able to land at 22,000 feet and search for Nelson. He said he found her body with the aid of others at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. He said that he was"in Kathmandu with her and her spirit" and that he was devastated by the loss.

"Today we lost our hero, mentor, and our friend," it said."She embodied possibility. Her adventures made us feel at home in the vastness of the world." Still, she also described happier experiences, describing skiing down to base camp with Morrison in a journey"full of shenanigans rappelling over seracs with our skis on, posing for pictures with climbers going uphill."

 

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That’s terrible. Not a good way to go.

This 3-day old 'news' has been posted repeatedly. Stop recycling stories!

Why didn’t you at least include her name in your tease NBC? Maybe it’s because it’s not really about her it’s about how many hits you can get on a news tweet!!

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