The bodies of seven climbers who went missing in the Himalayas within India last month have been recovered, officials said.
A search team from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police retrieved the bodies on Sunday at an altitude of 5,800 meters (about 19,000 feet) to the base camp, according to Vijay Jogdande, an administrator of northern India's Uttarakhand state. It will take two to three days to return them to base camp.
The bodies have not yet been identified, but Jogdande told ABC News that a woman and an Indian man were among them.
The search for the missing eighth climber continues, Jogdande added.