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Ueli Steck

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Most recently, mountaineer Ueli Steck set a new speed record through the Eiger north face, climbed all 82 four-thousand-meter peaks in the Alps within 62 days and conquered the Annapurna south face in 28 hours single-handedly. But the dramatic events of the past few years have changed him: The conflict on Mount Everest and the avalanche disaster on Shisha Pangma have shaken his perception and at the same time caused him to rethink. After a period of retreat, he rediscovered the joy of climbing. In this book, the exceptional alpinist not only describes his spectacular latest successes, but also describes how he experienced and dealt with the drastic incidents - and thus provides honest insights into his world of thought.

"His reflective and thoroughly self-critical, but also introverted and always calculating nature is also reflected in this book.", Outdoor Guide (CH), April 10, 2017

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Page number 240 (print edition)
Publication date 17.10.2016
language German
EAN 9783492973793
publishing company Piper
File size 26120 KB
Sales rank 59105
Immediately available via download
Immediately available via download
You can give this eBook away i
format ePUB i
copy protection Yes i
Family sharing Yes i
Text-to-speech No i
Page number 240 (print edition)
Publication date 17.10.2016
language German
EAN 9783492973793
publishing company Piper
File size 26120 KB
Sales rank 59105

description

Most recently, mountaineer Ueli Steck set a new speed record through the Eiger north face, climbed all 82 four-thousand-meter peaks in the Alps within 62 days and conquered the Annapurna south face in 28 hours single-handedly. But the dramatic events of the past few years have changed him: The conflict on Mount Everest and the avalanche disaster on Shisha Pangma have shaken his perception and at the same time caused him to rethink. After a period of retreat, he rediscovered the joy of climbing. In this book, the exceptional alpinist not only describes his spectacular recent successes, but also describes how he experienced and dealt with the drastic incidents - and thus provides honest insights into his world of thought.

"His reflective and thoroughly self-critical, but also introverted and always calculating nature is also reflected in this book.", Outdoor Guide (CH), April 10, 2017


by a customer on May 8th, 2017
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Ueli Steck fell to his death on April 30th in the Everest area. He always took a lot of risk on his tours and knew it; He broke records, but the most important thing in his heart was not the records, but the experience on the mountain, but also the risk. After overcoming the fear of a freer life ... Ueli Steck fell to his death on April 30th in the Everest area. He always took a lot of risk on his tours and knew it; He broke records, but the most important thing in his heart was not the records, but the experience on the mountain, but also the risk. After overcoming the fear of living a freer life, a more fear-free one. He conveys this and much more in his book. He died doing what he loved. I think that should stay, besides the thoughts of his relatives ... A sentence that I heard in a documentary will not be forgotten for a long time: "I don't want to die, I want to retire and tell young people how great Climbing is ... "