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|Statement||[by] Edwin Muller, jr.|
|LC Classifications||G510 .M95|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 217 p.|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||30008883|
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Every day of his life he's stared up at the Citadel, the one remaining unclimbed peak in the Alps. Fifteen years ago three men tried that climb. One, the hotel cook who is Rudi's boss, came back crippled. Two were carried down dead: Guide Josef Matt, Rudi's father, and his client, a great English mountaineer/5. An Englishman, based on the author, has been wandering Europe and now sits on a crag in the high Alps to review what he has seen . Joe Simpson and Simon Yates were young, fearless and a little too careless when they attempted to climb a 21, peak in the Andes. They were tired of their climbs in the Alps with all the traffic and thought a secluded climb in a beautiful setting would be a welcome change. They were enjoying their seclusion on the mountain until disaster struck/5. Gaston Rébuffat (–) France, Annapurna expedition, first to climb all six great north faces of the Alps, Alpine guide and author Ernst Reiss (born ) Swiss, first ascent of Lhotse .
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