In the fall of 2014, an elite group of climbers attempted to be the first to measure the height of Hkakabo Razi, said to be Southeast Asia’s highest peak. Photographer Cory Richards talks about their grueling trek through jungle and up mountains and shares lessons from the expedition, which didn't end as they'd hopedClick here to read more: http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/09/08/exploration-isnt-dead-cory-richards-on-photographing-the-ultimate-adventure/
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