Annapurna: The Epic Account of a Himalayan Conquest and Its Harrowing Aftermath
ISBN 13: 9781558215498
Publisher: Lyons Pr
Publication Date: 1997
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By 1950, no mountain higher than 8,000 meters had ever been climbed. Maurice Herzog and other members of the French Alpine Club had resolved to try. Their goal was a 26,493-foot Himalayan peak, a mountain shrouded in mystery, called Annapurna. "Annapurna" is the unforgettable account of this dramatic and heroic climb, and of its harrowing aftermath. Although Herzog and his comrade Louis Lachenal reached the mountain's summit, their descent was a nightmare of frostbite, snow blindness, and near death. With grit and courage manifest on every page, Herzog's narrative -- a much-loved classic of mountaineering literature -- is one of the great mountain-adventure stories of all time.
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