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This list of climbers and mountaineers is a list of people notable for the activities of mountaineering, rock climbing (including bouldering) and ice climbing. A Vitaly Abalakov (19061992) Russia, climbed Lenin Peak (1934) and Khan Tengri (1936)Yevgeniy Abalakov (19071948) Russia, climbed Communism Peak (1933)Premlata Agarwal (born 1963) India, first Indian woman to complete all Seven SummitsH. P. S. Ahluwalia (fl. 1986 respectively) France, Gasherbrum II (1982), Nanga Parbat (1984, first female ascent), both killed on K2Charles Barrington (18341901) UK, first ascent Eiger (1858)Richard Bass (born 1929) US, businessman and amateur mountaineer, first to complete Seven Summits (1985)Robert Hicks Bates (19112007) US, first ascent Mount Lucania (1937), on US attempts on K2 (1938 and 1953)Mark Beaufoy (17641827) UK, fourth ascent Mont Blanc (1787)Fred Beckey (Friedrich Wolfgang Beckey) (1923-2017) Germany/US, many first ascents in US and CanadaBentley Beetham (18861963) UK, on 1924 Everest expedition, pioneer of Borrowdale (Lake District) rock climbingGeorge Irving Bell (19262000) US, physicist, biologist and mountaineer, first ascent Masherbrum (1960), rescued on K2 (1953)Gertrude Bell (18681926) UK, many ascents in Alps and further afieldMaciej Berbeka (19542013) first winter ascents of eight-thousanders: Manaslu, Cho Oyu, Broad PeakJosune Bereziartu (born 1972) Basque (Spain), rock climber, first female climber in grade 9a/5. 14dPatrick Berhault (19572004) France, many ascents in the Alps. Didier Berthod Switzerland, featured in First AscentAdam Bielecki (born 1983) first winter ascents of eight-thousanders: Gasherbrum I and Broad PeakJohn Biggar (born 1964) Scottish mountaineer who has made various first ascents in the AndesIsabella Bird (18311904) UK, traveller, writer and natural historianBarry Blanchard (born 1959) Canada, mountain guide, first ascents in the Saint Elias range of AlaskaSmoke Blanchard (19151989) US, developed Buttermilk bouldering areaKarl Blodig (18591956) Austria, mountaineer, optician and journalist, first to climb all 4, 000 metres peaks in the AlpsArlene Blum (born 1945) US, first US female attempt on Everest, led first all-woman ascent of AnnapurnaPeter Boardman (19501982) UK, Everest 1975, Changabang West Wall 1976, Kanchenjunga 1979, died on Everest with Joe TaskerEmmanuel Boileau de Castelnau (18571923) France, first ascent La Meije with father and son Pierre Gaspard (1877)Jean-Marc Boivin (19511990) France, exponent of extreme ascents and descentsWalter Bonatti (19302011) Italy, mountaineer and writer, solo new routes on Aiguille du Dru and MatterhornSir Chris Bonington (born 1934) UK, first ascent Central Pillar of Freney (1961), Annapurna II (1960), Nuptse (1961), Central Tower of Paine (19623), ascent of Everest (1985)Thomas George Bonney (18331923) UK, geologist and mountaineer, president of Alpine ClubJack Borgenicht (1911-2005), USA, garment manufacturer, philanthropist, oldest person to climb Mount Rainier at age 81Alastair Borthwick (19132003) Scotland, climber and author of Always a Little FurtherChristine Boskoff (19672006) US, 6 8, 000m summits, including Everest twice, died on Genyen PeakAnatoli Boukreev (19581997) Russia, climbed seven 8, 000 m peaks without supplemental oxygen, died on Annapurna 1997Loulou Boulaz (19081991) Switzerland, several first ascents and first female ascents in the AlpsTom Bourdillon (19241956) UK, Cho Oyu (1952), British Everest expeditions (1951, 1952 and 1953), South Summit of Everest (1953), died on the JgihornStipe Boi (born 1951) FPR Yugoslavia, completed Seven Summits, second European to climb Everest twiceLydia Bradey (born 1961) New Zealand, first woman to climb Mt Everest without oxygen 1988Samuel Brawand (18982001) Switzerland, politician and mountain guide, first ascent of Mittellegigrat (northeast ridge of Eiger) (1921)David Breashears (born 1956) US, Everest twice, directed IMAX film EverestMeta Brevoort (18251876) US, alpinist of Victorian period, aunt of W. A. B. CoolidgeRussell Brice (born 1952) New Zealand, record for fastest single solo ascent without oxygen of Cho Oyu and Ama DablamJim Bridwell (19442018) US, rock climber, first one-day ascent of Nose of El Capitan in 1975David Brower (19122000) US, Executive Director of Sierra Club and Yosemite climberJoe Brown (1930-2020) UK, rock climber, first ascent Aiguille de Blaitire west face, Kanchenjunga (1955), Mustagh TowerKatie Brown (born 1981) US, won 1995 X Games and climbing Junior World CupGeoffrey Bruce (18961972) UK, in 1922 reached 8, 300 metres (27, 300 ft) on Everest (then a world record) on his first mountain climb. Hermann Buhl (19241957) Austria, first ascent Nanga Parbat (1953) and Broad Peak (1957), died on ChogolisaAlexander Burgener (18451910) Switzerland, first ascent Matterhorn Zmuttgrat, Grands Charmoz, Aiguille du Grpon, Lenzspitze, Grand DruJean Buridan (c. 13001358) France, climbed Mont Ventoux for the view, before Petrarch C Tommy Caldwell (born 1978) US, rock climber, free climbed the Dawn Wall on El CapitanUna Cameron (19041987) UK, ascents in Alps, Caucasus and AfricaLouis Ramond de Carbonnires (17551827) France, scientist and Pyrenean pioneerKim Carrigan (born 1958) Australia, leading technical rock climber of the 1980sCarlos Carsolio (born 1962) Mexico, 14 8, 000m summits (19851996)Riccardo Cassin (19092009) Italy, first ascent Piz Badile north-east face (1937), Grandes Jorasses Walker Spur (1938), Mount McKinley Cassin Ridge (1961)Cristina Castagna (19772009) Italy, first Italian female ascent MakaluAlison Chadwick-Onyszkiewicz (19421978) Britain, first ascent Gasherbrum IIILudwik Chaubiski (18601933) Poland, first ascent Miguszowiecki Szczyt WielkiArmand Charlet (19001975) France, many first ascents in Mont Blanc massifIsabella Charlet-Straton (18381918) UK, first ascents in Alps, first winter ascent Mont Blanc (1876)Maxime Chaya (born 1961) Lebanon, Everest (2006), Seven Summits and Three Poles ChallengeChhurim (born 1984) Nepal, first woman to reach Everest summit twice in a weekRenata Chlumska (born 1973) Sweden, first Swedish female ascent Everest (1999)Yvon Chouinard (born 1938) US, pioneer of Yosemite climbing, founder of Chouinard Equipment and PatagoniaLeszek Cichy (born 1951) Poland, first winter ascent EverestJohn Clarke (19452003) Canada, explorer and wilderness educator, over 600 first ascents in Coast Range of British ColumbiaVern Clevenger (born 1955) US, first ascent Cholatse (1982), numerous first routes ascents in Sierra NevadaIan Clough (19391970) UK, first ascent Am Buachaille (1968), first UK ascent Eiger north face (1962), died on AnnapurnaNorman Clyde (18861972) US, pioneer of California's Sierra NevadaJohann Coaz (18221918) Switzerland, first ascent of Piz BerninaJ. Norman Collie (18591942) UK, first ascent Ben Nevis Tower Ridge, Nanga Parbat expedition (1895)Emilio Comici (19011940) Italy, first ascent Cima Grande di Lavaredo north face (1933) with Angelo and Giuseppe Dimai, died in accident in Val GardenaAchille Compagnoni (born 1914) Italy, first ascent K2 (1954) with Lino LacedelliKyra Condie (born 1996) US, member of the 2020 US Olympic climbing teamHerb and Jan Conn (Herb: 19212012) US, early pioneers of climbing in areas like Carderock in Maryland, Seneca Rocks in West Virginia, and Black Hills of South DakotaWilliam Martin Conway (18561937) UK, surveyor and explorer (Karakoram, Spitsbergen, Andes & Alps)Kenton Cool (born 1973) UK, ten-time Everest summiterW. A. B. Coolidge (18501926) US, 1, 700 expeditions in Alps, Alpine historianJanne Corax (born 1967) Sweden, adventurer and climberHenri Cordier (18561877) France, first ascents Aiguille du Plat de la Selle, Les Droites (east summit) (1876) died in accident on Le PlaretPatrick Cordier (19471996) France, first ascent French Direct on Norway's Troll Wall (1967), solo ascent The Nose, Yosemite (1973), first ascents in Mont Blanc massifJean Couzy (19231958) France, first ascent Makalu with Terray on the 1955 French Makalu expeditionLucy Creamer (born 1971) British champion climberPeter Croft (born 1958) Canada, many hard first ascents in the Sierra NevadaAleister Crowley (18751947) UK, occultist, writer, and rock climber, led early expeditions on K2 and KanchenjungaMichel Croz (18301865) France, numerous first ascents, died on descent after first ascent of MatterhornJohn Cunningham (19271980) Scotland, pioneered new techniques of ice climbingBronisaw Czech (19081944) Poland, a mountain rescue pioneer in the Tatra MountainsAnna Czerwiska (born 1949) Poland, oldest female ascent Everest (at the time, age 50), first Polish female Seven SummitsAndrzej Czok (19481986), Poland first winter ascent of Dhaulagiri and first ascent of Mount Everest through South Pillar D Kalpana Dash (born 1966) India, first from Odisha, India to climb Mount Everest (2008)Sophia Danenberg (born 1972) US, first African American and first black woman to summit Mount EverestSteph Davis (born 1973) US, second female one-day free climb El CapitanJohnny Dawes (born 1964) UK, rock climber, introduced two new grades in British grading systemJos Antonio Delgado (19652006) Venezuela, five 8, 000m summits (19942006), died on Nanga ParbatClinton Thomas Dent (18501912) UK, Caucasus, Alps, first ascent Lenzspitze (1870), Aiguille du Dru (1878)Ardito Desio (18972001) Italy, geologist and mountaineer, leader of K2 first-ascent expeditionbonatt (1954)Catherine Destivelle (born 1960) France, first woman to solo the Eiger North Face in winterKurt Diemberger (born 1932) Austria, first ascent Broad Peak (1957) and Dhaulagiri (1960), climbed K2 (1986 K2 disaster)Sasha DiGiulian (born 1992) US, first woman to free climb Magic Mushroom, EigerJan Dugosz mountaineerJim Donini (1943) US, first ascent of Torre Egger, noted mountaineerHans Christian Doseth (19581984) Norway, climbed Great Trango Tower east face (1984), died during descentLord Francis Douglas (18471865) Scotland, died on descent after first ascent of MatterhornLonnie Dupre (born 1961) US, Solo climb of Denali in winterHans Dlfer (18921915) Germany, rock climber killed in World War IHayatullah Khan Durrani (born 1962) Pakistan, mountaineer and rock climberGnther Dyhrenfurth (18861975) Germany/Switzerland, Himalayan explorer, led German expeditions to Kanchenjunga (1930, 1931) E James Eccles (18381915) UK, first ascents in Mont Blanc massifOscar Eckenstein (18591921) UK, alpinist, rock climber and bouldererPatrick Edlinger (19602012) France, award-winning rock climber, featured in several rock climbing moviesAngela Eiter (born 1986), Austria, first woman in history to climb a 9b (5. , first European to climb Mount Washington (New Hampshire) (1642)George Ingle Finch (18881970) Australia, reached 8, 300 m on 1922 Everest expedition, Dent d'Hrens north faceScott Fischer (19551996) US, Lhotse 1990, K2 1992, Everest 1994, died in 1996 Mount Everest disasterHans Florine (born 1964) US, speed climber, ascent The Nose El Capitan (2012) in 2:36:45James David Forbes (18091868) UK, first British ascent JungfrauCharlie Fowler (19542006) US, free solo rock climber and high-altitude mountaineerMick Fowler (born 1956) UK, explorer and mountaineer, winner of Piolet D'Or (2003)Douglas Freshfield (18451934) UK, Alps, Scotland, Himalayas, PyreneesTom Frost US, rock climber, first ascents of big walls in Yosemite ValleyFritiof Fryxell (1900-1986) US, geologist and park ranger, first ascents in the Teton RangeWang Fuzhou (19352015) China, first ascent Everest north face, first ascent Shishapangma G Patrick Gabarrou (born 1951) France, first ascents in Mont Blanc massifWill Gadd (born 1967) Canada, various hard mixed routes including the first M12Ryszard GajewskiLene Gammelgaard Denmark, author of Climbing High, first female Scandinavian ascent of EverestJoo Garcia (born 1967) Portugal, first Portuguese to climb Everest and tenth to climb all 8, 000m summits (19932010)Rolando Garibotti (born 1971) Argentina/US, Fitz Roy, Cerro Torre traversePierre Gaspard (18341915) France, first ascent La Meije with his son and Emmanuel Boileau de CastelnauChanda Gayen (19792014) India, first woman from West Bengal to climb Everest, killed on Kanchenjunga western sideLakpa Gelu (born 1967) Nepal, 12 Everest ascentsLester Germer (18961971) US, physicist, World War I fighter pilot and rock climberConrad Gessner (15161565) Switzerland, naturalist and early mountaineer in the AlpsAzim Gheychisaz (born 1981) Iranian mountain climber who climebed all 14 Eight-thousandersJohn Gill (born 1937) US, father of modern bouldering, introduced chalk and modern dynamics in the 1950sStefan Glowacz (born 1965) Germany, professional rock climberAlessandro Gogna (born 1946) Italy, mountaineer, adventurer and mountain guide fromDan Goodwin (born 1955) US, rock/building climber, climbed World Trade Center, Sears Tower, John Hancock Center and CN TowerDave Graham (born 1981) US, rock climber and bouldererTormod Granheim (born 1974) Norway, climber and extreme skier, first ski descent Everest north face (2006)Chlo Graftiaux (19872010) Belgium, rock and sport climber and mountaineerWilliam Spotswood Green (18471919) New Zealand, SelkirksPaul Grohmann (18381908) Austria, numerous first ascents in the 19th centuryMichael Groom (born 1959) Australia, ascents of Lhotse, Kangchenjunga, K2 and Everest without bottled oxygenBear Grylls (born 1974) in 1998, at age 23, was the youngest Briton to summit Mount EverestWolfgang Gllich (19601992) Germany, rock climber and boulderer, first 5. 14d - Action Directe (1991)Paul Gssfeldt (18401920) Germany, first ascent Peuterey ridge and Piz Scerscen, first European attempt on Aconcagua (1883)Veikka Gustafsson (born 1968) Finland, all 8, 000m summits (19932009) H Peter Habeler (born 1942) Austria, first ascent without supplementary oxygen Everest (1978) with Reinhold MessnerDouglas Robert Hadow (18461865) UK, died on first ascent Matterhorn (1865)Dave Hahn - US, 11 Everest ascents, 26 Vinson Massif ascents, 19 Denali ascentsArtur Hajzer (19622013) Poland, first winter ascent of Annapurna with Jerzy Kukuczka (1987)Lincoln Hall (19562012) Australia, rescued at 8, 700m on descent from Everest (2006)Rob Hall (19601996) New Zealand, Seven Summits in seven months, died in 1996 Mount Everest disasterPeter Harding (19242007) UK, prominent climber of the 1940sWarren J. Harding (19242002) first ascent El CapitanAlison Hargreaves (19631995) UK, first female unassisted Everest (1995), died on descent from K2 summitJohn Harlin (19341966) US, direct route pioneer, killed on Eiger north faceHeinrich Harrer (19122006) Austria, first ascent Eiger north face (1938) and Carstensz Pyramid (1962), author of Seven Years in TibetGinette Harrison (19581999) UK, Seven Summits, first female ascent Kangchenjunga (1998), killed on DhaulagiriDougal Haston (19401977) Scotland, first ascent Annapurna south face (1970), killed in avalanche near LeysinElizabeth Hawkins-Whitshed (18601934) UK, pioneer of mountaineering, mountain photographer, authorMargo Hayes (born 1998), US, first woman to climb 5. 15a (La Rambla, Spain)Andreas Heckmair (19062005) Germany, first ascent Eiger north face (1938)Zygmunt Andrzej HeinrichGary Hemming (19341969) US, first ascent south face Aiguille du FouSiegfried Herford (18911916) UK, first ascent Scafell Central Buttress (1914)Derek Hersey (19561993) UK, many free solo routes in the USMaurice Herzog (19192012) France, led 1950 French Annapurna expedition (first 8, 000m peak climbed)Tom Higgins (born 1944) US, first and first free ascents in US, also in France outside ChamonixLynn Hill (born 1961) US, first free ascent The Nose on El Capitan, Yosemite (1993)Sandy Hill (born 1955) US, Seven SummitsEdmund Hillary (19192008) New Zealand, first ascent Everest (1953) with Tenzing NorgayAlan Hinkes OBE (born 1954) UK, first Briton to climb all 8, 000m summits (claim is disputed)Andreas Hinterstoisser (19141936) Germany, attempted Eiger north face in 1936 with Toni Kurz, both died during the retreatYuji Hirayama (born 1969) Japan, World Champion 1998, 2000Marty Hoey (19511982) US, died on EverestCharles F. Hoffmann (18381913) US, surveyor and mountaineer, several first ascents in Sierra NevadaJim Holloway (born 1954) US, perhaps first to achieve V11+ levelsAlex Honnold (born 1985) US, free solo of Half Dome northwest face (2008), Moonlight Buttress in Zion National Park (2008), and Freerider on El Capitan (2017)Tom Hornbein (born 1930) US, first ascent Everest west ridge (1963)Steve House (born 1970) US, solo ascent K7 (2004), first ascent Nanga Parbat Rupal face (2005)Charles Houston (born 1913) US, first ascent Mount Foraker (1934), attempts on K2 in 1938, 1953Alexander and Thomas Huber (born 1968 and 1966 respectively) Germany, free ascents Yosemite, speed record El CapitanCharles Hudson (18281865) UK, first ascent Monte Rosa (1855), Matterhorn (1865), died on descent of MatterhornToma Humar (19692009) Slovenia, Piolet d'Or (1996) for new route Ama Dablam, solo Dhaulagiri south wallAlexander von Humboldt (17691859) Germany, ChimborazoJohn Hunt (19101998) UK, leader, 1953 Everest expedition I Marcel Ichac (19061994) France, filmed first French expedition in Himalaya Karakoram (1936) and 1950 French Annapurna expeditionDimitar Ilievski (19531989) Macedonia, first Macedonian to climb Everest, died on the way backUlrich Inderbinen (19002004) Switzerland, guide, 371 Matterhorn ascents, the last at 90 years oldAlberto Iurrategi (born 1968) Basque, Spain, youngest person to climb all eight-thousanders (33 years old) (4th without supplemental oxygen)Andrew Irvine (19021924) UK, died on Everest with George Mallory (1924)R. L. G. Irving (18771969) UK, Alpine pedagogue and author J John Jackson (19212005) UK, first ascent of Jackson's RouteMargaret Jackson (18431906) UK, pioneer female mountaineer in the AlpsNicolas Jaeger (19461980) France, first French ascent of Mount EverestTim Jarvis (born 1966) Australia/UK, re-created Shackleton's South Georgia traverseZbigniew JaworowskiNarendra Dhar Jayal a. k. a. 'Nandu' Jayal (died 1958) India, first Director of Himalayan Institute of MountaineeringGanesh Jena (born 1972) India, first male from Odisha, India to climb Mount EverestJimmy Jewell (19531987) UK, prolific rock-climbing soloistKonstanty Jodko-NarkiewiczAlex Johnson (born 1989) US, five-time United States national champion and two-time Bouldering World Cup gold medalistRaghav Joneja (born 1997) India, youngest Indian to climb Mount EverestKevin Jorgeson (born 1984) US, first free climb of the Dawn Wall of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, US K Meherban Karim(1979-2008) Pakistani, Gasherbrum II (2003), Nanga Parbat (2005), K2 (2008) (all three without supplementary oxygen) died on K-2 during descent. Conrad Kain (18831934) Austria/Canada, over 50 first ascents in the Canadian Rockies, amongst which was Mount RobsonGerlinde Kaltenbrunner (born 1970) Austria, first woman to climb all 14 eight-thousanders without supplemental oxygenBob Kamps (19312005) US, pioneer of golden age of Yosemite climbing and 5. 10 and 5. 11 routes in AmericaHarish Kapadia (born 1945) India, Himalayan veteranMieczysaw KarowiczFritz Kasparek (19101954) Austria, first ascent of Eiger north facePeter Kaufmann (18581924) Switzerland, guide in Alps and Canadian RockiesRon Kauk (born 1957) US, rock climber, many first ascents in Yosemite, stunt work for Hollywood climbing moviesRobert Kayen (born 1959) US, rock climber, professor, scientist, first solo ascent of West Buttress of El CapitanDora Keen (18711963) US, 8 ascents of first-class peaks in the Alps, member of Royal Geographical Society, 1914Pat Kelly (died 1922) UK, rock climber and founder of Pinnacle ClubE. S. Kennedy (18171898) UK, first ascent Monte Disgrazia, Mont Blanc du TaculMikhail Khergiani (1932-1969), Svan mountaineer of Soviet Georgia, known as the Tiger of the RocksClarence King (18421901) US, geologist and climber, first director of USGS, first ascent Mount TyndallAndy Kirkpatrick (born 1971) UK, rock and ice climber, motivational speakerColin Kirkus (19101942) UK, rock climber and alpinistZygmunt KlemensiewiczChristian Klucker (18531928) Switzerland, guide, prolific first ascentionist in Bernina Range and BregagliaM. S. Kohli (born 1931) India, leader of the Indian Everest expedition (1965)Layton Kor (born 1938) US, rock climber and mountaineer, author of Beyond the VerticalDai Koyamada (born 1976) Japan, sport climber and bouldererJon Krakauer (born 1954) US, author and mountaineer, summited Everest (1996), wrote Eiger Dreams, Into The Wild and Into Thin AirHans Kraus (19051995) Austria, pioneering rock climber and one of fathers of sports medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitationGran Kropp (19662002) Sweden, rode bike from Sweden, soloed Everest without oxygen and rode home (1996)Moriz von Kuffner (18541939) Austria, a number of first ascents, including Eiger Northeast Face and Kuffner Ridge Mount MauditJulius Kugy (18581944) Austria-Slovenia, considered the father of modern mountaineering in the Julian AlpsJerzy Kukuczka (19481989) Poland, second man to climb all 8, 000m peaks (9 new route), ascent in the winter four eight-thousanders, the only man in the world to ascent in one winter two eight-thousandersWadysaw KulczyskiColonel Narendra Kumar (born 1933) India, Siachen Glacier and Himalayan veteranJaan Knnap (born 1948) Estonia, mountaineer and photographerJanusz KurczabWojciech Kurtyka (born 1947) Poland, pioneer of alpine style in high mountainsToni Kurz (19131936) Germany, attempted Eiger north face in 1936, died during the retreat L Constantin Lctuu (born 1961) RomaniaLino Lacedelli (born 1925) Italy, first ascent K2 (1954) with Achille CompagnoniLouis Lachenal (19211955) France, first ascent of Annapurna 1950, with Maurice Herzog, died skiing in ChamonixJean-Christophe Lafaille (19652006) France, 11 eight-thousanders without supplementary oxygen, died on MakaluDavid Lama (19902019) Austria, climber and alpinist, notable for first free ascent of Cerro TorreRaymond Lambert (19141997) Switzerland, reached 8611m, highest altitude at that time, with 1952 Swiss Everest expeditionSamantha Larson (born 1988) US, youngest person to complete Seven Summits, at 18 in 2007Philip Ling (fl. 2006) Australia, notable for one of the highest rescues, of two injured Sherpas on Mt. Pumori (7167m), NepalPete Livesey (19431998) UK, influential rock climber in the 1970sJohn Long (born 1953) US, rock climber and writer, author of How to Rock Climb seriesErhard Loretan (19592011) Switzerland, 14 8, 000m-plus summits (19821995)Alex Lowe (19581999) US, climbed Great Trango Tower, Rakekniven in Antarctica and Sail Peak on Baffin Island, died on ShishapangmaGeorge Lowe (19242013) New Zealand, last surviving member of 1953 British Mount Everest ExpeditionJeff Lowe (1950-2018) US, made over 1000 first ascents in the US and Canadian Rockies, Alps and HimalayasFritz Luchsinger (19211983) Switzerland, first ascent of Lhotse, in 1956 M Meherban Karim(1979-2008) Pakistan, Gasherbrum II (2003), Nanga Parbat (2005), K2 (2008)(All Three without supplementary oxygen) died on K-2 while descending.
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