Getting Ran up Everest: Kenton Cool video interview exclusive

Kenton Cool was, along with Ian Parnell, the climber who safely guided vertigo-sufferer Ranulph Fiennes up the north wall of the Eiger in March. He's summitted Everest five times, and his next big project is to take Sir Ran to the roof of the world. Here he talks exclusively to video editor Simon Ingram about what it might take for a mortal to get up there, his charitable work on behalf of porters in Nepal and the personal climbing ambitions he has left to fulfil - including Trango Towers next year (if he can get it past his girlfriend).