For many of us, there are few things more thrilling than embarking on an adventure. Whether it’s white-water rafting or climbing some dangerous terrain, these outings can be incredibly rewarding. With that in mind, a group of climbers looked to scale Nanda Devi in May 2019, the second-highest peak in India.

The team was headed by a man named Martin Moran, who operated his own climbing business back in Scotland. Prior to the Nanda Devi trek he was already very familiar with the area, as his company had led various other excursions up the Himalayas. On this occasion though, Moran was joined by seven other people.

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