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H2 Sampler Pack features three climbers in the region of Nepal. Jesse, James, and Archer usually travel the world in search of mountains to climb. This time, they are aiming for Mt. Everest and they want to ascend the mountain in record time. Jesse comes from a family of hikers. James is a professional guide and usually climbs in Washington. Archer is the newest of the bunch and his inexperience proves to be an added danger for the trio. This thrilling series shows the audience what it is like to risk one's life to attain success.

H2 Sampler Pack is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (4 episodes). The series first aired on January 21, 2012.

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1 Season, 4 Episodes
January 21, 2012
Documentary & Biography
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