- Author:Sir Chris Bonington
- Publisher:Arrow Books Ltd; New edition edition (October 24, 1977)
- Pages:352 pages
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Sir Chris Boningto. When Chris Bonington and his team set out in August 1975 to climb the South West face of Everest they were attempting the ultimate challenge of mountaineering - to conquer the steepest and highest face in the world.
When Chris Bonington and his team set out in August 1975 to climb the South West face of Everest they were attempting the ultimate challenge of mountaineering - to conquer the steepest and highest face in the world. Two months later, overcoming daunting physical conditions and massive psychological pressures, the lead climbers scaled 1000 sheer feet of the previously unconquered Rock Band to reach the summit - the hard way.
Everest the Hard Way book. You can read from the members perspective about his leadership and also Bonnington view about the climbers.
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Sir Christian John Storey Bonington, CVO, CBE, DL (born 6 August 1934) is a British mountaineer. Bonington's father, who left the family when Christian was nine months old, was a founding member of L Detachment, Special Air Service.
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Everest, the hard way. by. Chris Bonington.
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