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INTERVIEW: Nick Bullock on Tea & Tribulations in Tibet

'He failed to make me a cup of tea in the morning, ever!'As reported earlier this week, British climbers Nick Bullock and Paul Ramsden made the first ascent of a 1600m, ED+ route up the North Buttress of Nyainqêntanglha's South East Face (7046m) in Tibet, China over seven days. Although both accomplished and highly respected mountaineers, this was the first time that the pair had climbed together.
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