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Video: Large Avalanche Observed from Everest Base Camp

No one was injured in this avalanche. In 2015, however, an earthquake-triggered avalanche killed 24 sherpas and climbers in the area. Luckily, this avalanche didn't have a comparably tragic outcome, though the cloud of snow which swept through the camp is certainly spooky.

RELATED: Footage of 2015 Avalanche Hitting Everest Base Camp

The avalanche appears to start on the southern flank of Pumori, a 7,161m peak located just north of Base Camp.

Are you sure that’s Pumori it’s coming down from?  Looked more like from northwest ridge of Nuptse, to me.  You can see the Khumbu icefall at the left edge of the video, in places.  I could be wrong though…

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