Alan Hinkes DVD

Documentary film featuring legendary mountaineer Alan Hinkes OBE; the first and only Briton to have climbed all fourteen 8000m peaks.


Alan Hinkes DVD Video


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Alan Hinkes DVD Description

  • Brand : Striding Edge
  • Season : Not Applicable
  • Code : COR TD094
  • Packaged Weight : 0.08KG
  • From award-winning and critically acclaimed filmmaker Terry Abraham ('Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike' and 'Life of a Mountain: Blencathra') comes this epic documentary featuring legendary mountaineer Alan Hinkes OBE; the first and only Briton to have climbed all fourteen 8000m peaks.
    Hinkes has climbed more big mountains than any other Brit. His enthusiasm for the British hills would eventually lead him to pioneering new routes on some of the world's most dangerous mountains and achieving his remarkable record of summiting the world's highest tops.
    Featuring stunning world-class landscapes from the Lake District, Yorkshire and the Himalaya along with unseen archive footage of life in the 'death zone', this documentary will interest any enthusiast of British mountaineering heritage.
    Running time: 106 minutes.

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