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Greatr new photo from our friends at Alpine Ascents International on Cho Oyu: 
This is from Ben Jones at Camp 1 as we left this morning. It was windy, snowy, and gusty all day but we made it to Camp 2 no problem! We are now at 23,500ft and getting into our sleeping bags for the long night. We are hoping for lighter winds tomorrow!

Greatr new photo from our friends at Alpine Ascents International on Cho Oyu:
"This is from Ben Jones at Camp 1 as we left this morning. It was windy, snowy, and gusty all day but we made it to Camp 2 no problem! We are now at 23,500ft and getting into our sleeping bags for the long night. We are hoping for lighter winds tomorrow!"
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2 days ago

Alpine Guides (Aoraki) Ltd guide Tai Naka setting instructional ice anchors, Tasman Glacier, NZ.

Alpine Guides (Aoraki) Ltd guide Tai Naka setting instructional ice anchors, Tasman Glacier, NZ. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Great photo from Mountain Professionals of Stephan Mertesdorf Mountain Polar Bear and ropemates arriving at Camp 2 on (8,051m / 26,414 ft) Broad Peak, Baltisan, Pakistan.

Great photo from Mountain Professionals of Stephan Mertesdorf Mountain Polar Bear and ropemates arriving at Camp 2 on (8,051m / 26,414 ft) Broad Peak, Baltisan, Pakistan. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Our friends and partners at Mountain Professionals Everest and Lhotse Expeditions are confirmed for Spring 2017. 
We are looking forward to a return to the Khumbu Valley this year! This photo is from a Puja Ceremony at Everest Base Camp in 2015  with Tshering Sherpa, Tone Gravir, Leif Harald Bergseth, Kat Follows and Maria Johansson.
- Ryan Waters

Our friends and partners at Mountain Professionals' Everest and Lhotse Expeditions are confirmed for Spring 2017.
"We are looking forward to a return to the Khumbu Valley this year! This photo is from a Puja Ceremony at Everest Base Camp in 2015 with Tshering Sherpa, Tone Gravir, Leif Harald Bergseth, Kat Follows and Maria Johansson."
- Ryan Waters
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2 weeks ago

Working up the SW Face on (5,947m /19,511 ft) Alpamayo (Peru) with our friends and partners at Adventure Consultants .  More: http://bit.ly/2cBeL9J

Working up the SW Face on (5,947m /19,511 ft) Alpamayo (Peru) with our friends and partners at Adventure Consultants . More: bit.ly/2cBeL9J ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Room with a view.  Camp 2 on Ama Dablam with our partners at Satori Adventures and Expeditions.

Room with a view. Camp 2 on Ama Dablam with our partners at Satori Adventures and Expeditions. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Our friend and Mountain Gurus  http://bit.ly/1smhox9  owner Dennis Broadwell  got this great shot from high on Mount Rainier.  Autumn is in the air......

Our friend and Mountain Gurus bit.ly/1smhox9 owner Dennis Broadwell got this great shot from high on Mount Rainier. Autumn is in the air...... ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Now through the end of the summer season, Mountain Trip will be featuring new LOWER pricing for the Telluride Via Ferrata.  Put a little adrenaline into your week and come join them on this iconic route before summer slips away: http://mountaintrip.com/colorado/via-ferrata/

Now through the end of the summer season, Mountain Trip will be featuring new LOWER pricing for the Telluride Via Ferrata. Put a little adrenaline into your week and come join them on this iconic route before summer slips away: mountaintrip.com/colorado/via-ferrata/ ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Mark Allen descending to the Saas Valley, Pennine Alps in Switzerland, in the shadow of the Mischabel Group. 

The Täschhorn, Dom, Lenzspitze and Nadelhorn taunt further exploration being the section guarded by no mechanical advantages. I recently was told Mischabel was an old Saas word for pitchfork a remnant of older german dialect to describe the quartet of rock peaks cutting the sky seen from the valley floor. Wonderful to be in the same frame of mind as the original Saas observers. Their very words even today prevail as the highest constant._ - Mark Allen

Mark Allen descending to the Saas Valley, Pennine Alps in Switzerland, in the shadow of the Mischabel Group.

"The Täschhorn, Dom, Lenzspitze and Nadelhorn taunt further exploration being the section guarded by no mechanical advantages. I recently was told Mischabel was an old Saas word for "pitchfork" a remnant of older german dialect to describe the quartet of rock peaks cutting the sky seen from the valley floor. Wonderful to be in the same frame of mind as the original Saas observers. Their very words even today prevail as the highest constant._ - Mark Allen
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1 month ago

Dispatch from our friends at Mountain Professionals today on Kilimanjaro:

Heading for the top - August 11, 2016 
Ok we are set to go, tonight we leave from high camp here at Barafu and will leave about 1 a.m. To start climbing for the summit. Everyone is excited and ready to go!! We had a nice short hike today from the Karanga and have had plenty of time here chilling out for preparation and had a summit meeting just before getting in bed to try and get a few hours sleep before an early wake up in the dark.

The weather is quite nice now, low wind and fairly decent temperature so if that holds out we should be looking good. The wind is the big coldness factor on Kili, so when it is calm it is awesome to climb, fingers crossed!

 Off to sleep now so we will update as soon as possible with news !

Dispatch from our friends at Mountain Professionals today on Kilimanjaro:

Heading for the top - August 11, 2016
Ok we are set to go, tonight we leave from high camp here at Barafu and will leave about 1 a.m. To start climbing for the summit. Everyone is excited and ready to go!! We had a nice short hike today from the Karanga and have had plenty of time here chilling out for preparation and had a summit meeting just before getting in bed to try and get a few hours sleep before an early wake up in the dark.

The weather is quite nice now, low wind and fairly decent temperature so if that holds out we should be looking good. The wind is the big coldness factor on Kili, so when it is calm it is awesome to climb, fingers crossed!

Off to sleep now so we will update as soon as possible with news !
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2 months ago

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