Blog by Daily Mountain

A joint Swedish-Pakistani expedition has set out to tackle 7,027m Mt. Spantik, a peak in the Spantik-Sosbun subrange of the Karakoram. Mt. Spantik, also known as Golden Peak, was first climbed in 1955 by a German expedition led by Karl Kramer. Recently, the mountain has become popular with commercial expeditions due to a r...
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Expeditions can challenge anyone. However, no matter how challenging, a physically difficult goal is beneficial for people with cerebral palsy. Working on controlling, strengthening, and loosening muscles helps with learning patterns, which can increase coordination. Many people with disabilities participate in a variety of...
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Here we are with part three of movies about climbing, mountains, mountain adventures, extreme sports and natural extreme situations. Choose a movie you havent seen and enjoy it. Dont forget to share your opinion with us. 1. Seven Years in Tibet (1997) True story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became ...
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The Supreme Court vacated the government’s decision to bar double amputee and visually impaired persons from climbing mountains, including Mt Everest, the world’s highest peak. Issuing a final verdict on a writ petition filed by Madhav Prasad Chamlagain, a constitutional bench of five justices led by Chief Justice Deepak R...
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Its Friday and time for a good movie! Right? So what have we got here - part four of movies about climbing, mountains, mountain adventures, extreme sports and natural extreme situations. We hope youll like all of them. Lets start! 1. Poorna (2017) An Adivasi 13-year-old from Telangana becomes the youngest girl in history ...
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A plaque honouring the Limerick climber Ger McDonnell, who died on K2 a decade ago, has been erected at the mountain’s base camp. The memorial was placed by a Donegal man who hopes to become the second Irish man to reach the summit: Jason Black. The Irish Red Cross ambassador has just reached K2 base camp in Pakistan ahea...
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Blog by Sergey Kofanov

Police pull guy into window who was climbing Trump Tower
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Blog by Charles Nimmo

‘Unusual causes of low blood-oxygen levels, and coping strategies, learnt from conducting simulated altitude training.’   INTRODUCTION. Those who engage in mountain pursuits do it for a variety of reasons, some wish to push the limits of human performance by climbing a 7000m peak without bottled oxygen, and others have...
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Blog by Sergey Kofanov

Bright impressions are always expected from your trip to the mountains. While in the mountains, people are looking for themself, someone is expecting to meet interesting people, someone is in search of adventure, and others just want to immerse themself into mountain silence and clean air. But there is also another aspect. ...
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Blog by Pema Dorjee sherpa

first came in to world focus when Tenzing norgay sherpa of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary of Newzealand conquered Mt. Everest in 1953. ever since, there have been countless expeditions heading off to the Himalayas. With eight of worlds highest peaks within Nepals boundaries, There is tremendous interest in the Nepal Himalaya....
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