The grandson of Sherpa Tensing will be opening one of the world's highest internet cafes in March.
According to Ananova, Tsering Gyaltsen Sherpa, 32, will be opening the cafe at the Khumbu glacier on Mount Everest to allow climbers to access the web.
At a height of 5,300 metres, the cafe will use a wireless transmitter which can be hired at £660 a time by expeditions passing through the site.
Any profits will go towards equipment for the Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee, which clears the mountain of the tons of rubbish that climbers leave behind.
The cafe will also be used by the few people who live in the area.
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