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31.03.2011

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© Ken Crocket

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Doug Lang

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Doug Lang on Ben Nevis brandishing a bent warthog ice screw that held him on a fall on Comb Gully Buttress. Doug had a mountaineering career spanning six decades and was one of Scotland’s foremost mountaineers.

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Doug Lang sul Ben Nevis., Ken Crocket
Doug Lang, Doug Lang on Ben Nevis brandishing a bent warthog ice screw that held him on a fall on Comb Gully Buttress. Doug had a mountaineering career spanning six decades and was one of Scotland’s foremost mountaineers. - © Ken Crocket

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Goodbye Doug Lang
31.03.2011 by Simon Richardson

Goodbye Doug Lang

Scottish climber Doug Lang died in avalanche in Corrie Fee on 18/03/2011 aged 69. Simon Richardson remembers the man who played a leading role in the Scottish mountainering for over 50 years.

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