The youngest woman to scale both sides of Everest: Mollie Hughes, Series 1 Episode 3
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Imagine if your oxygen tank ran out while descending Mount Everest? Mollie Hughes chats to Rob Pope about her experiences of climbing the world's tallest mountain - on both occasions - which led her to become the youngest woman to scale both sides at the age of just 26. She explains how how her Sherpa, Lhakpa, saved her life at the notorious Hillary Step before returning for her second experience of the ‘Death Zone’ in 2017. Doesn't sound like a lot of fun? Mollie details her rationale for why, she believes, people should continue to climb it. Listen to more episodes and discover more about How to Be Superhuman at
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