I'm reading Into Thin Air (Anchor Books) by Jon Krakauer, an account of a 1996 Everest expedition which was a disaster. It's gripping stuff, puts you off mountaineering for life. It's taught me not to make a business out of mountaineering! It's more crowded than the M25 up there ...
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