Bonington


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Bonington

1. Sir Chris(tian John Storey). born 1934, British mountaineer and writer; led 1970 Annapurna I and 1975 Everest expeditions; reached Everest summit in 1985
2. Richard Parkes. 1801--28, British painter of landscapes and historical scenes
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Lochaber rescue team's acting leader Roger Wild said: "Sir Chris Bonington and six or seven other climbers were around the casualty when we arrived.
ON A HIGH Berghaus non-executive chairman Sir Chris Bonington and climber Leo Houlding scale their new London store yesterday.
Sir Chris Bonington, who is chairman of Berghaus, said: "This is a first for me.
The Theatre by the Lake will also feature a series of talks on outdoor adventures by speakers such as Julia Bradbury and Sir Chris Bonington.
Mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington, president of the Outdoor Industries Association, is urging the public to head outdoors to make the most of the arrival of British Summertime and the extra hours of daylight.
Chris Bonington provides welcome advice on the correct number for an expedition (four, so you can play bridge when the weather's bad), while Robin Hanbury-Tenison encounters bandits on the edge of the Hindu Kush and later derivers a bouquet to an unknown beauty by hot-air balloon.
Mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington, 68: 'There is a special attraction in an unclimbed peak, the knowledge that no one before has enjoyed that particular 360 degree view from the summit.
The bid to reach the summit of the icy mountain - its name means White Sky God - is being led by legendary mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington.
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