Nepal is one of the least developed countries in Asia. In 1993, Dawson Stelfox was the first Irish man to climb Mount Everest, and leader of the successful team. Sir Edmund Hillary was the expedition's Patron. Following in his footsteps, the Irish team used surplus money they had raised for the expedition to fund the education of some of their Nepalese team members. One in particular, Dhana Bahadur Rai, qualified as a teacher and with the help of INET - the Irish Nepalese Educational Trust, a new school, designed by Dawson Stelfox, was built in his village. The film suggests climbers and trekkers visiting Nepal can help the friendly and hard working mountain people, without whose support no climbing expedition or trekking trip would be possible. The film's music was composed and played by Dhana's brother, Pabidhan Khaling Rai, a well known musician in Nepal.