Everest avalanche: 'A huge emotional rollercoaster' - British climber
Climbers have been returning from base camp at Mount Everest after sherpa guides cancelled all climbing this year.
The expeditions were abandoned after a deadly avalanche hit the world's tallest peak on 18 April - killing 16 Nepalese guides.
British climber and expedition leader Tim Mosedale has just come back from base camp and was leaving for Kathmandu.
He said it has been a "huge emotional rollercoaster" since the tragedy.
"There seems to be some sort of political motive going on amongst the sherpa community and the government," he told the BBC's Yogita Limaye.
28 Apr 2014