Sandra Zeisberg is one of the few women daring enough to become an industrial climber. After spending close to a decade working as a nurse, she's looking forward to the challenges of her newfound profession.
The boom in alpine tourism has left Mount Everest covered in debris. Nepali authorities are taking action this climbing season, requiring each climber to bring back their trash. But how can the new rule be enforced?
In Germany, you don't have to head to the Alps to go climbing. You can also visit coal and steel plants in the country's industrial Ruhr region. DW reporter Christopher Ricking put on his harness and tried it out.
The Nepalese government plans to build the first road leading to the Everest region. While this would boost the tourism industry, experts are concerned that the country’s natural heritage could suffer.
You don't really know Berlin if you haven't seen it with birds' eyes. Buckle your seatbelt for an aerial tour of the German capital with DW's Tam Eastley. Urban climbers and World War II remains await.
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