Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal – A Guide to Reach the Top of the World
New to eBooks. How many copies would you like to buy? Add to Cart Add to Cart. Add to Wishlist Add to Wishlist. The remarkable story of how a double amputee from New Zealand made it to the top of Mt Everest - and back down again. On 15 May double amputee Mark Inglis fulfilled a childhood ambition: to stand on the summit of the highest mountain in the world. Legs on Everest follows his preparation for the Everest attempt and shows that getting there is only half the journey - you have to get back down again alive! Told in Mark's distinctive voice that makes you feel like you are there with him.
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The Manic Mountain
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