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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER An explorer has become the first Briton to climb the world’s remotest mountain – one so isolated only ten people have ever seen it.  He became only the third person to reach its 6,630ft summit, and the first to have completed the expedition by reaching the mountain by land without the use of a...
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This article first appeared on http://www.planetmountain.com. The original can be read here. After 4 days and 40 hours of climbing, the two Italian mountain guides François Cazzanelli and Francesco Ratti completed the first winter enchainment of the Furggen chain, Matterhorn, Grandes Murailles chain and Petites Murailles...
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This article first appeared on http://www.runnersworld.com. The original can be read here. by ANDREW DAWSON Kilian Jornet is always up to something: Breaking the records for the fastest ascent and descent on Mount Everest, winning some of the biggest ultramarathons in the world—including the 2017 Hardrock Endurance Ru...
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This article first appeared on http://www.icelandreview.com. The original can be read here. by Ragnar Tómas  Icelandic mountaineer John Snorri Sigurjónsson is currently hoping to become the first person in history to ascend K2 during winter. “One understands why no one has been able to summit the mountain in wintertim...
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This article first appeared on http://economictimes.indiatimes.com. The original can be read here. Kaamya Karthikeyan, a class seven student of Navy Children School (NCS) in Mumbai, became the youngest girl in the world to summit Mt Aconcagua, the highest peak in South America.    Credit: Facebook (KaamyaKarthikeyan...
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This article first appeared on http://www.thecourier.co.uk. The original can be read here. by Daniel Boal Lee Chapman was riding his motorbike near Oldmeldrum in Aberdeenshire in April 2016 when the collision happened.    The 34-year-old was “losing a lot of blood” when the Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance ...
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This article first appeared on http://explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. by Angela Benavides Denis Urubko just couldn’t wait for the wide weather window expected to open by Feb 22. He is going up now, even if he has to endure gale-force winds on his solo rush to Camp 7. In a brief text to his partner, Pi...
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This article first appeared on http://www.iol.co.za. The original can be read here. by SAM SPILLER South Africa’s first all-women team to climb Mount Everest will soon be making their way to Nepal, fully dressed and prepared for the challenge that faces them.  Lisa Gering, Alda Waddell and Tumi Mphahlele in their...
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The famous Polish-Russian mountain climber Denis Urubko has decided to end his high-altitude mountain climbing career.  Jelena Laletina, from the website russianclimb.com writes that Urubko’s wife Maria was the first one to be informed of the decision via SMS. The 46-year-old mountaineer, considered to be among t...
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This article first appeared on http://explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. by Angela Benavides After two days without a signal, Jost Kobusch is back on grid, gaining metre after metre up the West Shoulder. If his indicated position is correct, he is to the left of the original West Ridge route. In a brief ...
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This article first appeared on http://www.bbc.com. The original can be read here. Rescuers said four people helped from Ben Nevis were lucky to be alive.     LOCHABER MRT They said the tourists who were caught in blizzard conditions had "no ice axes, no crampons and as far as we are aware, no maps". Three of th...
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This article first appeared on http://thehimalayantimes.com. The original can be read here. by RAJAN POKHREL A four-member team of Sherpa climbers from Makalu, Sankhuwasabha left for Mt Everest region to attempt to climb the world’s highest peak in just over five days in the winter climbing season.  Halung Dorchi...
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This article first appeared on http://www.planetmountain.com. The original can be read here. On 9 February 2020 Julien Herry and Yannick Boissenot made what is likely to be the first ski and snowboard descent of the Boeuf - Sara couloir on Aiguille du Peigne in the Mont Blanc massif. Herry reports.  Finding ne...
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This article first appeared on http://nypost.com. The original can be read here.  by Eric Spitznagel On the same day he thought he’d die, Rick Crandall experienced his most life-affirming moment. It was Sept. 12, 2007, and the 64-year-old tech exec was climbing Mount Yale, a Colorado mountain summit with ju...
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This article first appeared on http://sputniknews.com. The original can be read here.  The Nepalese Defense Ministry has invited the Russian military to climb the worlds highest summit, Mount Everest, later this year as part of an international team including China, India and the United States, Nepalese ambassador to Rus...
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This article first appeared on http://thehimalayantimes.com. The original can be read here. With the start of main climbing season, an eight-member team of icefall doctors today left for the Mt Everest base camp from Namche Bazaar to fix a climbing route up to Camp II in the world’s highest peak.   Climbers getting ...
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This article first appeared on http://metro.co.uk. The original can be read here. by Jeff Parsons Climbing the tallest mountain in the world is not something any of us are likely to accomplish in our lifetime.  Everest VR is a new series developed specifically for the Oculus Rift (Jonathan Griffith) Despite ...
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This article first appeared on http://www.planetmountain.com. The original can be read here. by Stefano Ghisolfi Stefano Ghisolfi, one of the best sport climbers in the world, appeals to the climbing community to not underestimate the Coronavirus crisis and to stay at home as much as possible.  Sara Grippo. On 2 ...
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This article first appeared on http://www.museomarmoladagrandeguerra.com. The original can be read here. In the deepness of Marmolada’s glacier lay what is called the “Ice City”, a thick web of tunnels – overall 12 km, together with barracks, kitchens, chapels, sanatoriums, stores, dug by Austro Hungarian soldiers.  ...
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This article first appeared on http://english.khabarhub.com. The original can be read here. Two Turkish climbers stuck on Mount Everest due to altitude sickness have been rescued.  Altitude sickness strands 2 Turkish climbers on Everest as permits revoked. Photo: Khabarhub (Representative Image) “We reached our...
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This article first appeared on http://thehimalayantimes.com. The original can be read here. by RAJAN POKHREL China is all set to allow its nationals to attempt to climb the world’s highest peak from Tibet side in the spring season, according to sources.    Chinese mountaineers preparing for Everest Expedition. Co...
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This article first appeared on http://explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. by Angela Benavides Nepal Mountaineering Association’s President Santa Bir Lama has urged the country’s government to turn the present crisis into an opportunity by using this spring to clean up Everest and solve the waste problem, ...
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This article first appeared on http://www.dailymail.co.uk. The original can be read here. by TIM STICKINGS FOR MAILONLINE Switzerland is lighting up the Matterhorn in a beautiful Alpine display to send a message of hope and warn people to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic.   The 14,600ft mountain...
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This article first appeared on http://explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. by lawrence millman Editor’s note: This personal list by author Lawrence Millman diplomatically omits Millman’s own masterpiece, Last Places, which many would include in this company.  — The Ascent of Rum Doodle, by E.W. ...
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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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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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