10 Million People Watched The Dru Rescue. The Media Circus That Followed Created Heroes And Villains.
In 1966 competing teams raced up the Petit Dru in the Alps above Chamonix, France, to save climbers stranded on the wall.
Peter Habeler and Reinhold Messner took alpine tactics to the Himalaya, blowing minds and redefining the sport itself. Over forty years later, they speak about the first oxygenless ascent of Everest, and the rift that broke up the greatest climbing partnership of all time.