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Everest Expeditions free pdf In three books, Everest the Hard Way (1976), Everest South-West Face (1973) and Everest the Unclimbed Ridge (written with Charles Clarke in1983), Chris Bonington demonstrated how, in the years after John Hunt's expedition made the first ascent of Everest, climbers chose different routes to reach the same pinnacle. Bonington himself has taken part in nineteen Himalayan expeditions. Here, for the first time, these classic, first-hand accounts are brought together in one omnibus volume, with photographs drawn from his own archive of photographs and those of other climbers.

About Sir Chris Bonington

Chris Bonington has taken part in 19 Himalayan expeditions and combined a career as a mountaineer with the writing of fifteen books, four of which were about Everest - Everest South West Face, Everest The Hard Way, Everest The Unclimbed Ridge and The Everest Years. Sir Chris was knighted in 1992 for services to mountaineering. He is heading the RGS/Alpine Club's Everest Celebrations Committee.

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Author : Sir Chris Bonington
Publisher : Weidenfeld
Data Published : 22 May 2003
ISBN : 029782936X
EAN : 9780297829362
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 496 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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