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One Mountain Thousand Summits
K2 is the World's second-highest mountain and regarded to be one of the most difficult to climb, due to topography, weather, technical difficulty and time that climbers are exposed to real danger in the face of the giant mountain.
One of the deadliest single mountaineering accident happen in August 2008 of the slopes of K2, but the true story went untold, due to confusing and faulty memory recalls by the surviving climbers.
The truth of what occurred lies with four Sherpa-guides who were largely ignored by the mainstream media. Freddie Wilkinson presents his insider's account that was based on the knowledge of the surviving Sherpas.
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The Untold Story of Tragedy and True Heroism on K2
Paperback, 6" x 9" 340 pages, B&W pictures, 2011
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