This is a video created by Luke Bream from the UK. I was very flattered that he felt my project was cool enough that he wanted to create a short piece for it. Luke runs a site called CrazyJourneys.com, it has got loads of info on people doing some pretty wild stuff. Thanks Luke!
This is camp 2 on Everest's north ridge. Our tent was pitched at 7,800 meters. The tents in camp 2 are scattered from 7,500 m to 7,900 m along a broad ridge of broken rock. This camp is notoriously windy and is a great place to test a tent. The tent we used was this Black Diamond Guiding Light. It is a 4 person shelter that weighs only 5 pounds. On the night we stayed at this camp the winds were in excess of 70 mph and we were afraid the tent would be shredded. It held strong and I went on to use this tent at the high camps on Broad Peak in 2008 and on K2 in 2009. Changtze 7,500m is the mountain close-by and Cho-Oyu 8,200m is in the background.