103-One Man’s Climb-Interview with Adrian Hayes

Show Notes

In this episode we go beyond the realms of this hiking podcast and talk with British adventurer and author Adrian Hayes about his latest book ‘One Man’s Climb’, which details his account of his first unsuccessful attempt in 2013 to summit K2, the world’s second highest mountain, also known as the ‘Mountaineers Mountain’, or the ‘Savage Mountain’ and his subsequent successful attempt in 2014.

You may never aspire to summiting K2 but Adrian has some key takeaways that are applicable to anyone who is thinking of putting themselves outside their comfort zone to achieve there goals.

Find out more about Adrian Hayes

To find out more about Adrian go to the following links

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Book Review

To read our review of Adrian’s Book One Man’s Climb go here

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