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Nick Williams – will speak about his most influential life events: two traumatic mountain rescues more than 20 years ago in the former USSR.
He described the first incident in his award-nominated book, Jagged Red Line.
This lecture is held in conjunction with the SMC and JMCS 07:30pm start
The venue is the Royal Overseas League, 100 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3AB.