Book Description

1991 First UK edition. Hardback 4to pp.308 with 24 pages of colour photos and 24 of b&w photos, plus maps. Grey paper boards with gilt lettering to spine. Very good in dustwrapper with slight wear to top of spine.. The Endless Knot is a harrowing account of the 1986 K2 disaster. Kurt Diemberger’s account of the final days of success, accident, storm and escape during which five climbers died, including his partner Julie Tullis and the great British mountaineer Al Rouse. Kurt Diemberger is one of only two climbers to have made first ascents of two 8000-metre peaks, Broad Peak and Dhaulagiri.
Dealer Notes
Stock Ref: 259
Author Diemberger, Kurt. Translated from the German by Audrey Salkeld.
Date 1991
Binding Paper boards in dustwrapper
Publisher London : Grafton Books
Condition Very good

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