RGS Lecture: Paul Pritchard, 25 June 2014


Paul Pritchard, one of the world’s great rock climbers, speaks on a “Mountaineer’s Odyssey”. Mr. Pritchard pioneered many of the world’s most famous rock climbs but, as he approached the peak of his career, was severely injured but, through an extraordinary odyssey, started climbing again. In this inspiring talk, he features several of his famous climbs and reflects on the lessons from his climbing plus the mountains. He shows two short films, “To The Rainbow” about how he re-started rock climbing and “The Journey”, about cycling over the Himalayas a specially built recumbent trike to allow for his disabilities. This award winning film has shown at over 20 film festivals world-wide.

KPMG Conference Rooms, 8/F Prince’s Building, Central

Drinks Reception 6.30 pm; Lecture 7.30 pm

Members HKD150, Guests HKD200


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Adrian Stearn

Hi Do we need to book to attend this lecture or do we just come along on the night? Thanks Adrian

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not sure – just copied details from their FB page as i thought climbers would like to know about this. don’t normally need to register for their events though.