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Cover of Graham's new book
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Graham Hoyland testing Mallory replica clothing on the North side of Mount Everest
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Graham Hoyland on the North side of Everest during one of his many expeditions to search for Irvine's camera
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The "Curlew" - Graham's Seven Summits - Seven Seas boat
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Interview with Graham Hoyland, author of the new book “Last Hours on Everest - The gripping story of Mallory and Irvine's fatal ascent”

Posted: Jul 01, 2013 11:10 am EDT

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(By Pete Poston) Graham Hoyland requires no introduction; a well-known producer for the BBC, sailor, explorer, and mountaineer, who climbed Everest from the South side in 1993. Currently Hoyland is working to complete his latest project, known as Seven Seas-Seven Summits, where he hopes to be the first person to climb the seven highest peaks on each continent, while simultaneously sailing all the Seven Seas.When only 11 years old, Hoyland’s life was forever changed when he met his Great Uncle Howard Somervell, who told...

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