Letters From Everest: A First-Hand Account from the Epic First Ascent

Letters From Everest: A First-Hand Account from the Epic First Ascent

George Lowe Huw Lewis-Jones / May 31, 2020

Letters From Everest A First Hand Account from the Epic First Ascent The conquest of Everest in the summer of was one of the twentieth century s greatest triumphs of exploration George Lowe was one of the lead climbers forging the route up Everest s Lhotse Face w

  • Title: Letters From Everest: A First-Hand Account from the Epic First Ascent
  • Author: George Lowe Huw Lewis-Jones
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  • Page: 455
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The conquest of Everest in the summer of 1953 was one of the twentieth century s greatest triumphs of exploration George Lowe was one of the lead climbers, forging the route up Everest s Lhotse Face without oxygen This book features letters from the Lowe collection that describe the day by day moments of this historic expedition.

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    1. A jolly good read.Excellent letters (and well edited,too, without too much foreword and blah blah) from the 1953 successful Everest attempt. As important as the climb is and was, the consequences should not be forgotten, either. George Lowes letters about the media frenzy and the political capital made out of the climb show that some things just dont change. George is sad but honest about this, just as he is honest about his trying to get higher up the mountain. But what shines through is the me [...]


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