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It’s a preposterous plan Still if you do get up it it’ll be the hardest thing that’s been done in the Himalayas Thus spoke Chris Bonington when Peter Boardman and Joe Tasker presented him with their plan to tackle the unscaled West Wall of Changabang the Shining Mountain in 1976  Bonington’s was one of thepositive responses; most felt the climb impossibly hard especially for a two man lightweight expedition This was after all perhaps the most fearsome and technically challenging granite wall in the Garhwal Himalaya and an ascent particularly one in a lightweight style would besignificant than anything done on the Everest at the time The idea had been Joe Tasker’s He had photographed the sheer shining white granite sweep of Changabang’s west wall on a previous expedition and asked Pete to return with him the following year Tasker contributes a second voice throughout Boardman’s story which starts with acclimatization sleeping in a Salford frozen food store and progresses through three nights of hell marooned in hammocks during a storm to moments of exultation at the variety and intricacy of the superb if punishingly difficult climbing  It is a story of how climbing a mountain can become an all consuming goal of the tensions inevitable in 40 days of isolation on a two man expedition as well as a record of the moment of joy upon reaching the summit ridge against all odds First published in 1978 The Shining Mountain is Peter Boardman’s first book It is a very personal and honest story that is also amusing lucidly descriptive very exciting and never anything but immensely listenable It was awarded the John Llewelyn Rhys Prize for literature in 1979 winning wide acclaim His second book Sacred Summits was published shortly after his death in 1982 One of the best mountaineering books I've read and I've read a few Articulates the reason t

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The Shining MountainIt’s a preposterous plan Still if you do get up it it’ll be the hardest thing that’s been done in the Himalayas Thus spoke Chris Bonington when Peter Boardman and Joe Tasker presented him with their plan to tackle the unscaled West Wall of Changabang the Shining Mountain in 1976  Bonington’s was one of thepositive responses; most felt the climb impossibly hard especially for a two man lightweight expedition This was after all perhaps the most fearsome and technically challenging granite wall in the Garhwal Himalaya and an ascent particularly one in a lightweight style would besignificant than anything done on the Everest at the time The idea had been Joe Tasker’s He had photographed the sheer shining white granite sweep of Changabang’s west wall on a previous expedition and asked Pete to return with him the following year Tasker contributes a second voice throughout Boardman’s story which starts with acclimatization sleeping in a Salford frozen food store and progresses through three nights of hell marooned in hammocks during a storm to moments of exultation at the variety and intricacy of the superb if punishingly difficult climbing  It is a story of how climbing a mountain can become an all consuming goal of the tensions inevitable in 40 days of isolation on a two man expedition as well as a record of the moment of joy upon reaching the summit ridge against all odds First published in 1978 The Shining Mountain is Peter Boardman’s first book It is a very personal and honest story that is also amusing lucidly descriptive very exciting and never anything but immensely listenable It was awarded the John Llewelyn Rhys Prize for literature in 1979 winning wide acclaim His second book Sacred Summits was published shortly after his death in 1982 This book in its original format is a 5 stat book However this reprint lacks the photograph