Alpinist 37

70 Fifty-Fifty: Tales from a Climber's Life

Posted on: January 11, 2012


Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Kazakh mountaineer Denis Urubko has climbed numerous 7000- and 8000-meter peaks without oxygen, in pure alpine style and by new routes. His quest for the meaning of alpinism has been just as intense.

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