National Geographic : 1937 Sep
NANDA DEVI, THE REMOTE This great peak in the Garhwal Himalayas is the highest ever climbed by man. Rising some 25,661 feet in the clouds, near the border between India and Western Tibet, Nanda Devi has been called "the least accessible moun tain in the world." Its conquest, in the face of incredible difficulties and hardships, was accomplished only after the most careful preparations. Every step was planned. Nothing was left to chance. The man who is striving to reach greater heights in the enjoyment of life will anticipate difficul- ties and guard against them, if he is wise. He will have the foresight to plan every step. He will eliminate, as far as possible, the risks that block his way. He will, in short, make full use of all the vari ous forms of insurance, to protect himself, his family, his home, his car, and everything he owns. Moral: Insure in The Travelers. Life, accident, automobile, burglary, all forms of insurance. The Travelers Insurance Company, The Travelers In demnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut.