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Rose Torphy, mother of three and great-grandmother of 10, became the Grand Canyon National Park’s oldest Junior Ranger during her January visit to Grand Canyon National Park.  Photo Courtesy of Cheryl L Torphy Stoneburner Torphy first visited the park in 1985 and fell for the beautiful vistas and unique natural fe...
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A former special forces soldier will be attempting to summit the 14 highest mountains on Earth in just seven months. Nirmal Purja, known as Nims, plans to defeat at least seven speed world records on mountains over 8,000m high. “I am doing this because I believe I can, I am the one in this world who can do it,” he tol...
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The incident happened in the Number 5 Gully area, following an earlier warning that the avalanche risk was high. Three climbers have died and two have been injured after an avalanche on the UKs tallest mountain, Ben Nevis. A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: "Police were informed that the avalanche had occurred in...
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This article first appeared on http://explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. Before the 1865 survey that led to rechristening the world’s tallest peak, the peoples of the Indian subcontinent spoke of it as a goddess, a giant that watched over the world. Known as Chomolungma (Goddess Mother of the World) in T...
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The video follows the journey of 34-year-old Matt, who moved from the city to Cederberg to pursue his passion for climbing. The mini-documentary was shot by Luke Bell and Hloni Coleman. Luke told SAPeople: “The video speaks for itself. It was shot 100% on an iPhone for the Moment 2019 Film Festival.”  The insp...
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Aquaman star Jason Momoa stands on the Dolby Theatre stage in LA, holding that famous red envelope. “And the Oscar goes to …” At stake is the 2019 Academy Award for Best Documentary. Among the nominees is Free Solo, a dizzyingly compelling film about Las Vegas climber Alex Honnold’s ropeless ascent of the 3,000-foot El C...
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This article first appeared on http://explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. After an emotional week leading the searching operations on Nanga Parbat, Alex Txikon is back to what he calls “home” — not the green hills and ragged cliffs of his home Basque Country, but the frozen rocks and glaciers of K2. He and h...
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Former U.S. Marine Kirstie Ennis won hearts when she was hugged by Prince Harry at the end of a 1,000-mile walk around Britain.  Now, inspired by the prince and with steely determination and self-motivation, Ennis is aiming to be the first woman with a leg amputated above the knee to climb Mount Everest. Follo...
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It wasnt their first choice of peaks to climb this winter — but Canadian mountaineer Pascale Marceau and her American climbing partner Lonnie Dupre arent complaining. On Monday, they completed the first-ever winter ascent of Yukons Mount Wood, Canadas sixth-highest peak. And Marceau says shes the first woman to climb ...
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As the expedition operators and the world climbers are now busy with the final packing and supplying of climbing logistic to the Mt Everest region, an eight-member team of icefall doctors have started fixing a climbing route up to the Camp II from the base camp in the world’s highest peak. Chairman Ang Dorjee Sherpa of S...
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This article first appeared on http://explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. While winter in the Karakorum ended, with the retreat of Alex Txikon and his team to Base Camp on K2, spring in the Himalaya has officially begun.  Typically, the first sign of spring is not a robin or the equinox itself, but the pu...
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For most a skiing holiday might involve a few runs down a gentle slope. But for this self-defined lover of mountains nothing but a vertical cliff edge would do.   Kilian Jornet, 31, was the first person to ski down Europes largest vertical scarp - Troll Wall in the Rauma Valley, Norway. Almost a straight drop to th...
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Blog by Karna Rana

Manaslu Tsum Valley trip is recently open Tea house trek in the high Himalaya.  This is combination of teahouse and Home stay trip. Trekker who would like to hike in the Himalaya for more than three weeks and love nature, mountain scenery and wildlife excursion, this is perfect. Trekking Manaslu Trek could do just Camping o...
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Blog by Syafiq Shun

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE     MUHAMMAD SYAFIQ BIN SULAIMAN     I’m graduated from Masterskill University Collage of Health with holder of Diploma in Healthcare. Now I’m working with IA international Assistance Sdn Bhd as Supervisor Provider Relation, I’m also a founder of Gunung Hub Enterprise and Independent Pewai Hike...
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Blog by Natasha Poletaeva

¿Cuanto dinero ganan los guias de montaña, cuantos niveles de guias existe, cómo distinguir uno de otro y en qué todos ellos son similares a un whisky? 1. Pseudo-guías de montaña Una de las categorias menos pagadas de asi llamados “guias” en alpinismo y actividades outdoor son los porteadores y conductors a los que co...
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Blog by RideThePlanet Project

За годы съемок фильмов команда RideThePlanet побывала во многих регионах Кавказа – от известных и многолюдных курортов до труднодоступных диких ущелий. Но оказаться в Абхазии, буквально в десятке километров по прямой от самого популярного курорта страны, Сочи, нам до сих пор не удавалось. Хотя, наверное, каждый, кто поднима...
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Blog by Yury Koshelenko

                                     Отложенное восхождение… Фанги 6538…Мой друг Анатолий Мошников говорил когда то: «Мысленно я уже пролез этот маршрут, стоит ли теперь это делать на физическом плане?». Я сейчас уже не скажу к какой горе это относилось, но фразу я запомнил, и маршрут на Фанги пролазил множество раз в св...
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Обладатель международных альпинистских наград, мастер спорта по альпинизму и горный гид Сергей Кофанов вернулся в Москву после трех лет жизни в Австралии для того, чтобы представить российской аудитории свой новый проект, который связан с горами также, как и вся его жизнь. MountainPlanet.com — это бесплатная энциклопедия...
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Freeride in Russia  — more than just freeride. Generally Russian ski resorts come short in the comparison with the other countries, but skitour and heliski possibilities there a good deal more; and in completely untouched playground. Because of the difference between Rouble/Euro/Dollar exchange, the cost of such trips is...
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Blog by Natasha Poletaeva

Правда ли, что не стоит мыться перед восхождением на Эверест? Как ходят в туалет в Базовом лагере? Заводят ли там романы? Все, что вы хотели узнать о Базовом лагере Эвереста, но стеснялись спросить. Даже если вы – опытный альпинист, вы не можете знать всего о восхождении на Эверест заранее. Читайте о том, о чем вам н...
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As far as mankind exists, such a lot it aspired for records. Faster, higher, stronger! This tendency did not pass an alpinism too. In his days Sir Edmund Hillary, the first ascender to Everest Mountain, spoked against climbing for the sake of records, but today his words are not so often recalled. The pursuit of sensation i...
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Blog by Kishan Gurung

                                                                                          Nepal is land locked country between india and china, it is very small and poor country but very rich in natural beauty. .Nepal is country of mount Everest, birth place of lord Buddha, 60 ethnic group, 92 spoken language, 3000 temples,...
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Line “the roof is on fire” is good for the rock song, but will not bring any good in rock outdoors. Check 10 obvious novice’s mistakes for the first trekking in the wild. 1. Don’t Cook the Meals Inside the Tent If you think that the stories about burning down the tent are the tales, that experienced trekkers tells to ...
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Blog by Shivam Group Holiday

Nepal!  a land of pilgrims and mountains, rich in art and culture and falls under the world heritage site. Yes, this is Nepal and we are Nepali. Nepal is a small country full of natural beauties. Here are many beautiful places which one can’t miss when the visit. Every year internal and external tourist visit Nepal and enjo...
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A first of its kind opportunity to join the Kailash yatra with Dr. Abhinav Aggarwal – author of ‘Face to face with Shiva – scientific perspective of a spiritual experience.’ The book is a direct narration of his audience with Lord Shiva, and an ongoing dialog. This book answers some of the most intriguing questions that hum...
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Freeride in Russland ist mehr als Freeride. Skitouren sind in diesem Land im Vergleich von ausländischen weniger entwickelt. Aber es gibt mehr Möglichkeiten sich mit den Freeride und Heliski zu beschäftigen, besonders in unberührte Ecken von wunderbaren Gebiergen. Im Unterschied mit Heliboarding in Europa sind die Kosten...
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Instead of Doctor House advises we decided to ask ‘Doctor Peak’ — how the mountains can help you to cure the depression and midlife crisis. He was strict but fair: take one part of trekking, one part of hot sun and two parts of incredible azure sky. Shake, don’t stir. Take these medication during one week or more (depending...
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Blog by Chitralian Zubair

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