Until now, the real stories have not been told of Tenzing Norgay and the Sherpa people. Until now the credit for success on the mountains has not been given where the credit is due. The Sherpa don't climb for fortune and fame as so many other people do today. They Climb because it is their way of life. It is their lively hood and their duty to their families. Everest belongs to the Sherpa. It is their mountain, their heritage and their way of life. This is the first feature documentary film to tell the real story of Tenzing Norgay and the history of the Sherpa people. His childhood, family and epic climb with Sir Edmund Hillary to the Summit of Mount Everest in 1953. This is the real story of the Sherpa and their relationship to the Mountain called Everest.