Alan Hinkes on Annapurnasource Berghaus Expedition news Mar/2002
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Hinkes is likely to follow the original 1950 French route from the north and says "My plan is to minimize the risk by climbing lightweight. I do not have a death wish and I climb to live, not to die. The summit is optional – returning is mandatory".
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