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VIDEO: Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison Live Q&A On Lhotse Ski Descent

By now, you’re probably familiar with Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison’s historic first descent of the Lhotse Couloir back in 2018. The two ski mountaineers teamed up with former TGR cinematographers Dutch Simpson and Nick Kalisz to climb and ski one of the gnarliest lines on the planet, not just because of the skiing, but because the top lies just shy of 28,000 feet.

RELATED: Check Out More Adventure Stories from Vol. 1 of the TGR Journal

In this live Q&A from The North Face, listen to what Hilaree and Jim have to share about their groundbreaking expedition, including choosing their team, equipment (TNF’s then-unreleased Futurelight), and what kept them going while deep in the pain cave.

Oh, and if you haven’t seen Simpson and Kalisz’s film about the whole ordeal, check it out below.

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