Famed mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington reflects on a life spent living on the edge. From his seminal ascent of the north wall of the Eigur in 1962 to the south face of Annapurna and Everest expeditions that saw him lose friends and fellow climbers to the mountain, Bonington's love for climbing always eclipsed the perilous risks that come with the territory. As he looks back on his storied career, Sir Chris explains where this passion comes from, and tells us about the time he was convinced that his number was up. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/30/20 • 22 min
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