In 2006, a British climber made his final push on the northeast ridge of Mt. Everest. At 8,230m he attempts to reach the summit. The next day over 40 climbers pass a body crouched motionless, he is severely frostbitten and is slowly dying. With no one able to help sadly he becomes another victim. Since the first successful climb to the summit, 216 people have died on the mountain. 150 bodies have never been recovered.