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When it comes to mountain climbing, designing a successful summit is both a work of art and a labor of love. No one knows this better than Conrad Anker, who handpicked these books to accompany him on his 2007 Everest summit in pursuit of what George Mallory and his partner Andrew Irvine might have experienced on their last climb.

In 1921, the British Reconnaissance Expedition, Led by Colonel Charles Howard-Bury, ascended the northern and eastern slopes of Mount Everest, the world's "third pole." Spearheading this fateful adventure was George Mallory, the famous mountaineer whose body was discovered on Everest in 1999. Their mission: to discover if an ascent to the peak were possible from Tibet, the Western world's only access at the time. This is the chronicle of the obstacles they surmounted, as well as early mountaineering techniques that paved the way for the 1922 expedition.

With a special foreword by Conrad Anker, the mountaineer who discovered Mallory's body in 1999, this book was an on-site text for the filming of The Wildest dream, in theaters in 2010

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  • Publisher:Bibliolife and Conrad Anker
  • File: 5.6 Mb
  • Release: 03.08.2010
  • Pages 363
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