At least seven climbers died when a violent snowstorm destroyed their camp on a Himalayan peak in western Nepal, BBC reports.
A five-member South Korean expedition team and four Nepali guides were at the base camp of Mount Gurja when the storm struck, police said on Saturday.
The crew of a rescue helicopter confirmed seeing seven bodies in the ruins of the camp, but was unable to stay due to bad weather conditions.
Two climbers are yet to be found but are also feared dead.
"The recovery mission is in progress," police spokesman Sailesh Thapa told the BBC. "The incident happened due to a snowstorm. One helicopter tried to land but couldn't due to bad weather."