Cutting-edge climbers have turned away from Everest and the 8,000-meter trophy peaks in search of virgin terrain. It’s not the height of a peak; it’s the sheer difficulty. It’s jokingly referred to as “Disaster Style” — the world’s best alpine climbers are figuring out how to do more with less. A lot less.
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Mountaineering: Height Doesn’t Matter | National Geographic