/ NEWS: Manaslu Tragedy - Two Perspectives

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UKC News - on 05 Oct 2012
Manaslu climbers lined up - montage, 3 kbLast month there was a terrible tragedy on Manaslu which we reported here.


We have received two perspectives on this tragedy; first is an account from Greg Hill, who was on the mountain at the time; the entry from his blog makes sobering reading. The second piece is from Alison Culshaw and is...

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Al Evans on 05 Oct 2012
In reply to UKC News: Thanks for that, it strikes me that Greg Hill would be a good man to have on any mountain with you.
alan_davies - on 05 Oct 2012
In reply to Al Evans: seconded...
GrahamD - on 05 Oct 2012
In reply to Al Evans:

I'm sure many of those that died would have been as well.
cbeard - on 05 Oct 2012
In reply to UKC News: This to me highlights the importance of minimising exposure to objective hazards. What a terrible loss. Well done to Greg Hill for helping the casualties.

bennys89 - on 05 Oct 2012
In reply to UKC News: Very sad news, tragic loss.

It looks as though his body has now been recovered.

http://www.ledauphine.com/france-monde/2012/10/04/le-corps-du-francais-remy-lecluse-retrouve

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Babika - on 09 Oct 2012
In reply to UKC News:
Amazing writing. Thanks for publishing.
These perspectives are thought provoking on every level.


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