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1951 & 1954
"On April 9 the expedition left Khandbari with 130 coolies to explore the valleys situated on the far side of the Arun river, in
Mt Karmet (25,447') west Karmet glacier from 20,000'. Taken when E P. Hillary and G. Lowe were reconnoitring the approaches to M
"Climbing up to the base camp at 15,500 ft, the expedition moves up the pass to the Barun. High above on both sides are tremendo
"Jim McFarlane, a member of the N.Z.H.E. was involved in an accident in a crevasse at the head of the Barun Glacier. This pictur
"Some of the climbers who are going on the expedition, photographed in London recently. They are from left to right front row, W
"G. Harrow surveys Baruntse (23,560'). The Summit of Baruntse was reached by the N.Z.H.E. on May 30 after a very difficult passa
"The expedition established its base camp at a height of 15,500' in Barun Valley and pitched their tents on a mossy ridge beside
"Sir Edmund Hillary standing outside a shelter created on the rock face, during the climb up to the final camp"
"One part of the journey to India which caused the expedition some worry was this precipitous path which wound round the cliff a
"A Fine Peak, 19,600 ft high, climbed by Evans + Harrow as seen from the Survey Camp of the Iswa Exploration party."
"Peak 22,080 ft one of the mountains which dominates the head of the Barun Glacier, which was climbed by Lowe & Hardy. Camp III
"A view taken above Camp IV by a member of the N.Z.H.E. looking across Makau and Barun Glacier at Baruntse"
"The sight of Everest appearing + dissapearing through the clouds was a serious distraction from the essential business of putti
"Hard going on the journey back, Members of the Himalayan Expedition carrying Sir Edmund Hillary on a stretcher over rough bould
The massive four mile long summit ridge of Chamlang from a survey point on Schoyang Col during exploratory sortie up the Iswa"
Sir Edmund Hillary Studies the mighty Himalayan Peaks from the rock strewn Barum Valley after reaching base camp at a height of
"Carrying out their plans to cross into the Barun by a 14,000 ft pass over the ridge between the Iswa and the Barun, the heavily
Hocken Snapshop (3rd Jun 2014).
1951 & 1954
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