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The Hardest Climb
Dr Alistair Sutcliffe On the 1st February 2010 Alistair Sutcliffe suffered a massive brain haemorrhage - the doctors told his wife to say her last goodbyes as he wouldn't survive the night. He did. In this remarkable story the author recounts how he became the first man to summit the highest mountain on each of the seven continents at the first attempt and describes in detail his hardest climb; the one that started on the 2nd February, the morning after his brain haemorrhage.
No of Pages: 149
Page Size: 160 x 225
Published Date: May 2011
Illustrations: Colour plates
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