The Everest years: a climber's life

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Viking, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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The author recounts his successful climb of Mount Everest, the three previous Everest expeditions he accompanied, and his fellow mountaineers and climbing partners

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The Everest years: a climber's life

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Reaching the summit of Mt. Everest is, for most climbers, the ultimate goal. Bonington, one of the world's best-known mountaineers and perhaps the most prolific, made it in 1985 at age 50 on his ... Read full review

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Contents

Authors Note
Beginnings
The Irresistible Challenge 17
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Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Chris Bonington is the acclaimed author of 15 books, including "Annapurna South Face, Everest the Hard Way, " and "Tibet's Secret Mountain". He has led and been on 19 Himalayan expeditions. He lives in England and lectures extensively on leadership throughout the world.

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