Greg Child

Greg Child

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Last summer, the headless corpse of Reinhold Messner's brother Günther emerged out of the snowmelt on Pakistan's Nanga Parbat. After 35 years of nasty arguments and accusations, would the discovery finally reveal who was to blame for his death and solve one of mountaineering's greatest mysteries?

Greg Child
Jan 1, 2006

In the red-rock high ground of South Africa, climbing still comes down to black and white. Greg Child goes on belay to explore the crags, boulder gardens, and post-Apartheid complications of the world's next climbing mecca.

Greg Child
Jun 1, 2004

It's climbing season again on Everest. And as hundreds of summit hopefuls converge at Base Camp, the great debate persists: Has the Big E become the Big Easy? Alpinists Greg Child and Dave Hahn take sides.

Greg Child and Dave Hahn
May 1, 2004

Three years after a notorious kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan, new evidence and big changes emerge from Central Asia

Greg Child
Jun 1, 2003

Thirty years after losing his brother on a Himalayan peak, Reinhold Messner battles ugly accusations that he abandoned him at the top.

Greg Child
Jan 11, 2003

Greg Child
Oct 1, 2000

Is the past doomed to be repeated?

Greg Child
May 1, 1997