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The Complete Everest Collection (10 Discs)

Released on 17 June 2013

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Experience Everest Like Never Before. Everest: Beyond The Limit Follow the gruelling efforts of a team of climbers as they attempt to fulfil their dreams by reaching the summit of Mount Everest. Through the use of the latest high-altitude video technology to document the expedition, viewers will see and hear from Russell, Max, Mark, Mogens, Brett, Terry and Tim every step of the way as they deal with their own physical and mental struggles. Everest: Beyond The Limit 2 Everest has killed more than 200 people yet nothing will stop amateur climbers risking their lives to conquer it. Discovery Channel returns to Everest for another climbing season with legendary expedition leader Russell Brice and a new team of daring men and women. After The Climb Host Phil Keoghan has a fireside chat with five climbers from Everest: Beyond the Limit 2 and several renowned Everest veterans to discuss their personal duel with the tallest mountain on Earth. Everest is a place where the smallest mistake can be fatal. Life, death, the tragic past, the hopeful future, dreams and nightmares; that's what survivors of Mt. Everest talk about After the Climb. British Heroes These two remarkable programmes follow two remarkable climbers as they set out to conquer Everest. First, David Tait wants to be the first person to make a double traverse of the Everest, while Rod Baber, an experienced mountaineer who has climbed all of the tallest peaks in Europe, sets out for his biggest challenge yet - the summit of Everest.
certificateExempt from Classification
duration13 hours