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Published on Apr 10, 2013
After more than 20 years of shutting down the world's hardest alpinists the Mazeno Ridge of Nanga Parbat (8125m) has developed a reputation as 'the last great problem in the Himalayas.' Sandy Allan and Rick Allen found the solution when they completed the route in an 18-day push where their partners bailed, they ran out of food and fuel, their sat phone died and they barely made it back to Base Camp. Full-on, old-school, on-the-edge hardman alpinism. Respect.