Monthly Archives: December 2013

Antarctica 2013: The South Pole Beckons

It is Christmas Eve across the globe today and while most of prepare to spend time with friends and family, the teams in the Antarctic continue to press on towards their goals. For some, the South Pole is now in … Continue reading

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Pacific Ocean Row: Fedor Konyukhov Returning To Chile

It has been a rough week for some of the adventurers we’ve been following lately. Yesterday we learned that the Dark Ice Project has been cancelled, only to find out later that Pacific rower Fedor Konyukhov is returning to land … Continue reading

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Video: Nanga Parbat In Winter

With the winter climbing season about to begin, it seems this year most of the focus will be on Nanga Parbat, the 8126 meter (26,660 ft) mountain located in Pakistan. Nanga remains one of just two 8000-meter peaks yet to … Continue reading

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Video: Julia Roberts On The Importance Of Clean Cookstoves

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that I have a strong respect and admiration for the work that is being done by my friends at the Himalayan Stove Project. For the past few years, they have … Continue reading

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Video: Everest Paragliders Get Mainstream Press On ‘Nightline’

In the spring of 2011, Sanobabu Sunuwar and Lakpa Tshiri Sherpa captured the imagination of the climbing community with their astounding feat of climbing Everest and then paragliding off the summit. Their flight lasted 42 minutes and covered 15 miles, … Continue reading

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Video: Ueli Steck Talks Solo Annapurna Summit

For my money, Ueli Steck’s solo summit of Annapurna earlier this fall is the most audacious climb of the year. The 28-hour round trip journey could probably only be completed by a handful of mountaineers at best. In the video … Continue reading

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Antarctica 2013: South Pole In Sight For Allied Challenge Team

It has been a busy week at the bottom of the world. The South Pole skiers have been putting in a lot of time and effort on their way to the finish line, and for most of them that point … Continue reading

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Climbers Prep For Winter Nanga Parbat Attempts

At 8126 meters (26,660 ft) in height, Nanga Parbat is the 9th tallest mountain in the world. It also happens to be one of only two 8000 meter peaks that have yet to be climbed in winter, the other being … Continue reading

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