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K2: Taming 'the savage mountain'

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K2, which is considered to be the most savage and dangerous of all the Himalayan peaks, is the subject of a series of lectures at the Royal Geographical Society - with all the climbers who have scaled the mountain invited to take part. Climbers Nazir Sabir and Doug Scott, who in 1975 became the first Englishman to climb K2, recount their memories.


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