Theirs was an enormous and ambitious project, so much so that, although attempted several times … They were enjoying their seclusion on the mountain until disaster struck. Then, all the … Joe Simpson and Simon Yates were already seasoned mountaineers when they made a daring first ascent of a 21,000 ft peak in South America. Joe Simpson I met Simon 12 years ago in Chamonix in the French Alps. Suddenly, the unthinkable happened. Joe Simpson and Simon Yates's journey up the Siula Grande, a 21,000-foot (6,401-meter) mountain in the Peruvian Andes, began without incident; however, their trip soon changed when snowstorms moved in. Joe Simpson and Simon Yates were young, fearless and a little too careless when they attempted to climb a 21,000 peak in the Andes. The year was 1985, and the two alpinists were there to climb its difficult and dangerous West Face. In 1985, Simpson, then 25, together with his 21-year-old climbing partner Simon Yates, set off to climb the west face of Siula Grande, a 6,344m-high rock face in the Peruvian Andes. They were tired of their climbs in the Alps with all the traffic and thought a secluded climb in a beautiful setting would be a welcome change. They couldn't continue To navigate the mountain's crevasses, the men decided to rope themselves together. good morning or night at whatever time you are watching this video.

Re: I do not believe Joe Simpson by etai101 » Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:33 pm i think you should sound your facts and intern get respective viewers to show what they think instead of just invoking a long drawn out thread, no one wants to make a big deal about a big deal. In 1985, Joe Simpson and Simon Yates achieved by it's West Face the Top of Siula Grande in Cordillera Huayhuash near Peruvian Andes. Simon Yates (born 1963) is an English mountaineer.In 1985, he climbed the west face of Siula Grande in the Huayhuash mountain range in the Peruvian Andes with Joe Simpson.On the descent, an accident resulted in Simpson falling over a cliff while roped to Yates, who was forced to cut the rope to avoid both climbers falling. Joe Simpson suffers a serious fall and breaks his leg … we all in the climbing community use the honor code how do you know messner did all that he did? The crucial pain and the hard conditions of the dangerous descent, delayed them enough time to be caught by a violent Storm. ..."Οι Βρετανοί, Joe Simpson και Simon Yates, ήταν οι πρώτοι ορειβάτες που δοκίμασαν να κατακτήσουν την κορυφή αναρριχώμενοι τη δυτική πλευρά της Siula Grande στις περουβιανές Άνδεις το 1985. When they tried to descend it using the same route, Simpson broke his left leg after a short fall down an ice cliff. In 1985, Simpson, then 25, together with his 21-year-old climbing partner Simon Yates, set off to climb the west face of Siula Grande, a 6,344m-high rock face in the Peruvian Andes. Simpson fell, injuring his leg. A bunch of us were out there climbing. chaw We're talking,quite clearly, about what really happened to the British mountaineers Joe Simpson and Simon Yates on Siula Grande, the remote and fascinating 6536m high mountain in the Peruvian Andes.