Harder Than Everest

Harder Than Everest
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Neal

Just watching this movie exhausted me. I've done some climbing in my life but never attempted any high altitude mountaineering. This is one of the best mountaineering movies I've ever seen. Gritty, realistic. Really shows the sport from the climbers perspective. Time for a nap!

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