Neal Beidleman

Neal Beidleman is a mountaineer and climbing guide, known for surviving the 1996 Mount Everest disaster.[1] He conducted numerous public talks on his experiences in that disaster, especially in regards to decision-making and team mangment.[2] Beildeman's stories were also featured on the U.S. television news show Nightline.[3] Beidleman made a return trip to Mount Everest in 2011.[4]

Neal Beidleman was working as a guide with his co-worker and friend Scott Fischer in the spring of 1996 on Mount Everest.[5] The disaster involved the death of Fischer and several other climbers that season.[6]

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