23 thoughts on “The Man Who Skied Down Everest (Oscar-Winning Documentary) | Real Stories”
  1. The Sherpas knew how dangerous this job is and they took the risk. No one forced them to do this job.There are still local jobs thats not dangerous. The people who are criticizing this stunt don't know how things work in this part of the country. Sherpas make their living to this day carrying stuffs for the climbers. The Sherpas don't care what the client do in the mountains if it's a stunt or just taking selfie on top of the mountain.

  2. 6 people perished for a man to have 12 sec adrenaline rush, if money doesn't buy happiness you wouldn't see these Sherpas risking their lives for those pretentious foreigners, if money doesn't buy you happiness at least money will let you grow old and live a long life with your family if you were a Sherpa.

  3. great docu…thanks for sharing in fullHD…found this masterpiece years ago and could not believe that there was such an spectacular adventure in the 70s before extreme mountain climbing was really entertained…it is like the high-wire artist who walked between World Trade Center (also in the 70s), Philippe Petit [docu: man on wire]….

  4. SORRY FOR THE CAPS I AM HALF BLIND…
    WOW, AS I WATCHED YOU SKI DOWN I GOT VERY SCARED FOR YOU, THEN YOU STARTED TO FALL I CRIED, THEN YOU WAVED I WAS VERY HAPPY ,,, YOU ARE ALIVE… GOD BLESS US EACH AND EVERYONE…AWESOME VIDEO…

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