Alan Charles HINKES

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1954-04-26
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Recreations regularly seen in Yorkshire or the Lake District, tramping the fells and moors, clinging to a rock face or in winter climbing a frozen waterfall
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Style Alan Hinkes, OBE
Career mountaineer and writer; first Briton and thirteenth person to climb the world's highest mountains, the fourteen peaks over 8000m: Shisha Pangma 1987, Manaslu 1989, Cho Oyu 1990, Broad Peak 1991, K2 1995, Everest 1996, Gasherbrum I 1996, Gasherbrum II 1996, Lhotse 1997, Nanga Parbat 1998, Makalu 1999, Annapurna 2002, Dhaulagiri 2004, Kangchenjunga 2005; int mountain guide Int Fedn of Mountain Guides Assocs (UIAGM), writer inspirational/motivational speaker, columnist Trail magazine, produced 11 documentaries for ITV; currently works with Br Mountaineering Cncl; environmental and organic supporter, charity work with Water Aid (Pres's Award for outstanding vol contribution to Water Aid), Cystic Fibrosis Tst, Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme, Outward Bound, Mountain Rescue and Diabetes UK, ambass YHA; Olympic torch bearer 2012; Yorkshireman of the Year 2005-06, Yorkshireman of the Year Dalesman Award 2011; Hon Dr Univ of York, Hon Dr Univ of Teesside; hon citizen Northallerton N Yorks, hon fell Univ of Sunderland
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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