Le Lhotse

The ascent of Lhotse Shar (8,400 meters) by its southwest ridge in 1987 by the French Groupe Militaire de Haute Montagne (GMHM). This was the first 8000m climbed by the GMHM. Alain Estève, who became one of the best French paragliding specialists, set the altitude record for this discipline by flying from an altitude of 7,300 meters in a two-seater paraglider.





Le Lhotse

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