The First Full Ski Descent of Lhotse presented by The North Face

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First Ski Descent of the Lhotse Couloir - September 30, 2018

It’s not always what we achieve that defines us, rather it is why we achieve such things that creates clarity in our existence.

In 2018, Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison completed the first ski descent of the 27,940-foot Lhotse, the fourth-highest mountain in the world. This is their story.

Ski Gear

Skis: Blizzard Zero G 95 / Green

Ski Boots: Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boots

 

 


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