Thursday, 19 October 2017 08:58

Film review: Alan Hinkes – by Terry Abraham

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To give it's full title Alan Hinkes – the First Briton to Climb the World’s Highest Mountains, is the latest production from multi-award winning film maker Terry Abraham.
In 1986 a mass expedition of experienced alpinists ended in tragedy after their attempted climb of K2 left 13 dead in what is now known as K2’s “black summer”.
There is a Kickstarter campaign which is approaching its end and we at My Outdoors are fully in support of. And with the buzz in the outdoor community at the moment there are many that feel the same way, however, it hasn’t quite met its target yet.
With just 2 months to go before its long awaited premiere we've been fortunate enough to get our hands on a full copy of the final two hour edit of Terry Abraham's latest Lakeland masterpiece, Life of a Mountain: Blencathra.
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