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Journey of a Lifetime

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Photographer Chris Brown is the latest winner of the BBC/Royal Geographical Society's annual competition for travellers who want to fulfil their dream journey to the back of beyond. This spring, Chris joined the nomadic Rupshu tribe of Ladakh in their long, annual trek at high altitude. But as the country endured its worst winter in more than 30 years, his journey became ever more difficult, ultimately threatening his very survival. Producer Simon Elmes

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Producer: Simon Elmes

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