The Wildest Dream:
Conquest of Everest

  • Photo: Climber crouched near skeleton on Everest

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  • Photo: Men climbing mountain in replica 1920s gear

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  • Photo: Portrait of George Mallory in profile

    Who Was George Mallory?

    In 1924, climbing Mount Everest was like going to the moon. George Mallory led his fateful expedition to the top of the world with little more than tweeds and hobnail boots.

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A thrilling—in every

meaning of the word—assault on Mount Everest that replicates George Mallory's ill-fated 1924 climb...

—Kirk Honeycutt,
The Hollywood Reporter

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