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Thirty-one mountaineers have ascended K2, the world’s second highest and most dangerous peak. The team includes mountaineers from China, Japan, Pakistan, Ireland, Mexico, Switzerland and Nepal among other countries. Mingma Gyabu Sherpa, Chhiji Norbu Sherpa, Dawa Gyaljen Sherpa, Lhakpa Temba Sherpa, Krishna Thapa Magar...
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This achievement adds to his collection of world records and he has another challenge in mind.  Because climbing the highest peaks on seven continents just wasnt enough for Colin OBrady, he had to go and climb to the highest points in all 50 states, didnt he?  Yes, he did, and OBrady finished at the top of Mount Hood ...
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It has been revealed that two mountaineers were taken to the world’s highest mountain for an expedition by producing a ‘fake climbing permit’ in the last spring season. According to the Department of Tourism (DoT), renowned Australian climber Ian James Hibbert, 67, and Chinese mountaineer Xu Zhong Zhou, 62, had never obt...
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Two Sherpa climbers successfully scaled Mt Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe. According to Mingma David Sherpa, he along with Chhang Dawa Sherpa of Seven Summit Treks, stood atop the 5,642-metre peak. “We reached the summit point at around 6:40 am and we are now on the way back to base camp,” Sherpa said. ...
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With nearly 200 foreign climbers along with their support staff preparing to scale the world’s eighth highest peak, at least six climbers including four rope-fixing Sherpas successfully stood atop Mt Manaslu (8,163 m) this afternoon becoming the first team to climb the mountain in the autumn season. Tashi Lakpa Sherpa, D...
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This article first appeared on Explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. Herbert Hellmuth of Germany and Sergey Baranov of Russia will try to become the first expedition to completely ski Dhaulagiri — at 8,167m, the seventh tallest mountain in the world. In 2009, Czech David Fojtik skied most but not all of Dha...
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YOU SHOULD WATCH THIS!!! On 26 September 1988 French mountaineer and paraglider pilot Jean-Marc Boivin made the first paraglider descent of Mount Everest. He had climbed the mountain via the south-east ridge. Here’s this historic video:    Boivin died from injuries incurred after BASE jumping off Angel Falls in...
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More than 60 climbers successfully climbed the world’s eighth highest peak in western Nepal on Friday morning, according to expedition organisers. The world climbers, including Kami Rita Sherpa who set world record scaling Mt Everest 22 times, scaled Mt Manaslu, Mingma Sherpa Managing Director at Seven Summit Treks, said...
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Chinese mountaineer Luo Jing reached the top of the 8027m Shishapangma on Saturday, finishing the last of the 14 eight-thousanders and becoming Chinas first female climber for the accomplishment. "I am a single mother and I want to influence other females, mothers particularly. I want to make them believe that they can d...
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This article first appeared on Explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. Four veteran Austrian alpinists have made the first ascent of an unnamed peak in the Indian Himalaya. Hansjörg Auer, Max Berger, Much Mayr and Guido Unterwurzacher took three days to reach the 6,050-metre summit. Hansjörg Auer told ExWeb: ...
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Eleonora Delnevo - the Italian paraclimber paralysed from the waist down after a mountaineering accident in 2015 - has climbed the Zodiac route on El Capitan in Yosemite together with Mauro Gibellini, Diego Pezzoli and Antonio Pozzi.  Eleonora Delnevo climbing the Zodiac route on El Capitan. Photo credit: Diego Pezzoli...
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Romanian mountaineers Romeo Popa, Zsolt Torok and Teofil Vlad have established a new route up the Southeast Face of Pumori 7161m, Himalaya. Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/teofil.vlad After having acclimatised by climbing Lobuche and spending two nights at 5900m, the trio established Advanced Base Camp at t...
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After coming up short two times with Conrad Anker (the second due to the former The North Face team captain suffering a heart attack en route!), the Austrian climber David Lama has made the first ascent of Lunag Ri, a 6,895-meter peak straddling the border between Nepal and Tibet. And he did solo.   Photo credit: MA...
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Six climbers along with five Sherpa guides of Madison Mountaineering Nupla Khang Expedition Team 2018 have made first ascent of Mt Nupla Khang earlier yesterday. According to Managing Director of Himalayan Guides Nepal, Iswari Paudel, the expedition team led by Garrett Madison of the United States of America summitted th...
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40-year-old Swiss alpinist Roger Schaeli has completed a new route up the North Face of the Eiger. Schaeli established Airplane Mode ground-up in the summers 2017 and 2018, with Dimitri Vogt, Bernd Rathmayr and Mayan Smith-Gobat. Schaeli told planetmountain.com "the route climbs a line to the right of Deep Blue Sea along...
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A short film by Paolo Sartori documenting the repeat of Odyssee on the North Face of the Eiger by Barbara Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher in August 2018.  Photo credit:  Jacopo Larcher, Barbara Zangerl Last August after four days of climbing Barbara Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher managed to repeat Odyssee, the difficult ro...
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The expedition operators in Nepal might have been so shocked that they dropped their pencils. In the “New Regulations for Foreign Expeditions 2019” in Tibet (available to me) it says under point 6: “In order to ensure the healthy and orderly development of mountaineering and minimize the occurrence of mountaineering acci...
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This article first appeared on Explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. Winter K2 has been attempted four times by Polish and Russian climbers. None of them has reached beyond 7,600m of its 8,611m. A Russian/Kazakh/Kyrgyz combo is currently struggling to raise the money to have a go at this last great Himalayan p...
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Bengali mountaineer Satyarup Siddhanta became the youngest mountaineer in the world to complete both the Seven Summits and the Seven Volcanic Summits. Satyarup achieved this feat at the age of 35 years 262 days when he scaled Mt. Sidley (4285m) in Antarctica on 16th January, 2019. He has surpassed Australian mountaineer Dan...
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This article first appeared on Explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. Options decrease for winter teams with every day that passes and every fresh load of snow that deposits on the steep slopes. Manaslu climbers Simone Moro and Pemba Gelje should be back to Kathmandu by now. Only the two teams on K2 are going a...
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A pair of Brazilian climbers are currently missing on Fitz Roy in Patagonia and another, a Czech, perished while descending. Two Brazilian mountaineers attempting to summit Mount Fitz Roy on the Chilean-Argentinian border are currently missing.The Brazilians were slated to return from the 11,000-foot peak on January 20, ...
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This 90-year-old is still at his peak. Enzo Appiano first scaled the “frightening” Alps surrounding his native Turin, Italy, in 1948 — and he has no intention of stopping until the day he dies. “The mountain is the main purpose of my life,” the plaid-clad nonagenarian tells The Post. Perhaps that’s why he’s inspiri...
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This article first appeared on Explorersweb.com. The original can be read here. The Russian/Kazakh/Kyrgyz team – aka the Eastern team — returned to K2 Base Camp after fixing ropes up to the Black Pyramid, at approximately 7,000m. This super-steep section of mixed terrain is among the most relevant difficulties on the Abr...
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National Geographic, the oldest and most prestigious travel magazine in the world, has honoured Andrzej Bargiel, Adam Bielecki and Denis Urubko with the 2019 Adventurers of the Year title. The Polish mountaineers, who shared the award with Americans Maureen Beck and Heather Anderson, made headlines for two very different...
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Nepal Mount Everest base camp trek blog Nepal area provide you travel tips for khumbu valley eploration  
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Blog by Eliaza (ELLY) Mmbaga

Tanzania tourism industry is providing Mountain climbing in Mt Kilimanjaro and Meru, Wildlife safaris on the famous one Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, Lake Manyara and others, Beach tours Zanzibar, Dar es salaam, Bagamoyo, Mafia. Hitorical Bagamoyo, Kilwa and many more, culture, we have more than 125 tribes which speaks ...
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Blog by Francesc Claramunt

Right in the heart of Catalonia, well connected with Barcelona, stands the Montserrat massif; a unique mountain that rises sharply to 1,236 meters from the top of St. Jeroni and many other iconic peaks, including Cavall Bernat or Montgròs. The Montserrat Mountain Guides offers the possibility to discover this fantastic mou...
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With this trip we want to present what calls himself, not without reason, the country in the Pyrenees, Andorra. Just 2 hours. drive from Barcelona, ​it ​has an almost endless range possibilities to practice ski touring and snowshoe hikes, with almost guaranteed snow cover in the mountains from Christmas until the end of Ap...
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