Dec 24, 2007

Jun 4, 2007

Eric Hansen
Jan 4, 2006

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

Nov 21, 2005

“Schoening leaned into his ax and braced himself for the impact. The rope thinned, then drew taut as a steel wire. For the next five minutes, he kept six men from falling of the face of the mountain.”

Kevin Fedarko
Nov 1, 2003