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  • Dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle est apparue l'idée de record d'altitude en alpinisme, qui recouvre deux notions distinctes : soit le plus haut sommet gravi, soit la plus haute altitude atteinte. La course à ces deux records a battu son plein dans la première moitié du XXe siècle, pour prendre fin le 29 mai 1953 avec l'ascension du plus haut sommet du globe, l'Everest, par Edmund Hillary et Tensing Norgay.
  • In the history of mountaineering, the world altitude record referred to the highest point on the Earth's surface which had been reached, regardless of whether that point was an actual summit. The world summit record referred to the highest mountain to have been successfully climbed. The terms are most commonly used in relation to the history of mountaineering in the Himalaya and Karakoram ranges, though modern evidence suggests that it was not until the 20th century that mountaineers in the Himalaya exceeded the heights which had been reached in the Andes. The altitude and summit records rose steadily during the early 20th century until 1953, when the ascent of Mount Everest made the concept obsolete.
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  • Dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle est apparue l'idée de record d'altitude en alpinisme, qui recouvre deux notions distinctes : soit le plus haut sommet gravi, soit la plus haute altitude atteinte. La course à ces deux records a battu son plein dans la première moitié du XXe siècle, pour prendre fin le 29 mai 1953 avec l'ascension du plus haut sommet du globe, l'Everest, par Edmund Hillary et Tensing Norgay.
  • In the history of mountaineering, the world altitude record referred to the highest point on the Earth's surface which had been reached, regardless of whether that point was an actual summit. The world summit record referred to the highest mountain to have been successfully climbed.
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  • Record d'altitude en alpinisme
  • World altitude record (mountaineering)
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