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❮PDF / Epub❯ ☂ In Some Lost Place The First Ascent of Nanga Parbat’s Mazeno Ridge ✎ Author Sandy Allan – 19th-century.co In the summer of 2012 a team of six climbers set out to attempt the first ascent of one of the great unclimbed lines of the Himalaya the giant Mazeno Ridge on Nanga Parbat the world's ninth highest moIn the summer of 2012 a team of six climbers set out to attempt the first ascent of one of the great unclimbed lines of the Himalaya the giant Mazeno Ridge on Nanga Parbat the world's ninth highest mountain At 10 kilometers in length the Mazeno is the longest route to the summit of an 8000 meter peak Ten expeditions had tried and failed to climb this enormous ridge  Eleven days later two of the team Sandy Allan and Rick Allen both in their late 50s reached t.

He summit They had run out of food and water and began hallucinating wildly from the effects of altitude and exhaustion Heavy snow conditions meant they would need another three days to descend the far side of the killer mountain I began to wonder whether what we were doing was humanly possible We had climbed the Mazeno and reached the summit but we both knew we had wasted too much energy In among the conflicting emotions the exhaustion and the elation we kne.

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