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This is a founding member @jacifeinstein hiking down Mt Whitney last weekend. Our first time mountaineering and we can’t wait to go back. We started with day hikes and car camping, now we backpack at altitude with snow and ice - every goal starts somewhere. I hope we can join you for part of your journey. .
Posted at: 2019-05-20 20:51:10
Sometimes love happens in the mountains❤️
And not rarely. I myself know such stories: they were from different cities, met in an alpinist camp, fell in love, and in a couple of months - they are moving together... and soon here comes a new happy family! And if not for the mountains, could they have meet?
Do you know such stories? Or maybe this is your story? 😉
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The first of many boxes from our @rei anniversary sale purchases arrived today. With less than a year to go till #pct2020 I’m super excited for the rest to come and to try out our #iceaxe and #microspikes on #sanjacinto next weekend!
One year ago sasha & me climbed up to the top of Mont Blanc ( 4.810m amsl ) & we rode down it’s northface on a snowboard 🏄🏼♂️❄️ 🤙🏼that was a pretty exhausting experience: I remember when sasha woke me up at like at 1.am at the #refugedesgrandsmulets ( at 3.050m amsl ), where we spent our first night, from there the idea was to summit #montblanc in one go, another 1.800m of altitude in front of us... eventho we couldn’t sleep, I didn’t want to leave bed to be honest 😅 but then I did & we had soo much fun & got rewarded with incredible views 💫 #topofeurope#adventouring avec @slasherhamm#adventure#mordor
1/4 of the way there folks, the climb doesn’t end at the summit. It ends at the parking lot. Climbing to Muir was a hell of a slog, ~5,000ft of elevation gain over about 5 miles. I’m at 10,000 feet of elevation now and the shortness of breath is real. We will leave in the predawn hours for our summit bid, with a 50/50 chance of success. Lots of fresh snow means lots of potential for avalanches. Unfortunately due to gear issues my dad had to return to basecamp but I’m going to push through the pain and climb for both of us. Rise and grind. And grind. And grind.
There’s aren’t too many things better in this world than adventuring in the Arctic with an incredible crew of inspiring and talented people. The last six days have been spent with a mix of storytellers, athletes, leaders, creatives, sailors, and genuinely great people.
It’s wild to think of how impactful an experience to a remote environment can be, but when that experience is matched with individuals revolutionizing their passions, that time becomes invaluable.
I look forward to every moment and opportunity to listen and share the experiences of those who empower others.
Shot on expedition in Svalbard, Norway with @IceAxeExpeditions@TahoeTodd ❄️ 🇳🇴 #IceAxeSki
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OCR-Series Race 6 - Amsterdam 🇳🇱 Etwas verspätet jetzt der Post zum vergangenen Wochenende.. Schon zum Start lief es mehr als suboptimal, durch Stau an der Registration gerade noch rechtzeitig zum Start gekommen, so dass ich mich nicht vernünftig warm machen konnte.
Während des Rennens dann zunächst ganz gut Tempo machen können und lange Zeit auf Augenhöhe mit meinem Teamkollegen Stefan, der mich dann aber ab ca. der Hälfte der Strecke abhängen konnte, als ich an einem eig. sicheren Boulderhindernis hängen geblieben bin und einiges an Zeit und wertvoller Kraft verschenkt habe.
Am Ende konnte ich in 02:46:40 innerhalb des 03:00:00 TC finishen, nachdem die letzten 200m mit dem #movingpegboard (am letzten Loch gefailed 🙈), der #iceaxe und der #salmonladder nochmal zum echten Penalty Boulevard wurden.
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Met nog 2 ocr-series te gaan, heb ik afgelopen weekend in Amsterdam mijn 4e ocrseries gelopen. Goed weer, lekkere hoogte meters, leuke nieuwe obstakels, geen penalty’s (ook niet bij Throw the Hammer). Lekker gelopen, helaas met 3 atleten afslag gemist waardoor we 1km extra hebben gelopen. Uitslag 17e, dik tevreden mee. Op naar Frankfurt volgende week.
Posted at: 2019-05-16 05:26:58
4 PEAKS ABOVE 8,000 METRES — EVEREST, MAKALU, KANCHENJUNGA, LHOTSE — SCALED ON SINGLE DAY
For the first time in the country’s mountaineering history, four mountains above 8,000 metres were scaled in a single day. A team of Sherpas pushed through some tough conditions to make it happen.
Mount Everest (8,848 m), Mount Makalu (8,485 m), Mount Lhotse (8,516 m) and Mount Kanchenjunga (8,586 m) were scaled successfully by teams of experienced mountaineering guides, opening climbing routes to the aforementioned peaks this afternoon.
Gyanendra Shrestha, a liaison officer at the Everest base camp, told The Himalayan Times that at least eight Nepali climbers successfully fixed the climbing ropes from the South Col to the summit point, becoming the season’s first team to scale Mt Everest at around 1:45 pm. The team had reached the balcony area on Monday by fixing ropes from the South Col, he added.
According to Iswari Paudel, managing director at Himalayan Guides, highly experienced rope-fixing high-altitude climbers who stood atop Mt Everest include Siddhi Bahadur Tamang from Dolakha, Pasdawa Sherpa from Sankhuwasabha, Dorji Gyaljen Sherpa and Pasang Dawa Sherpa from Solukhumbu, and Ang Phurba Sherpa, Dawa Nurbu Sherpa, Ming Dorchi Sherpa and Sangbu Bhote from Sankhuwasabha.
The Tamang-led rope fixing team struggled for hours to reach the summit by placing ropes above the South Col, Shrestha added.
Later, Mt Kanchenjunga was scaled by a team of Lakpa Sherpa, Dawa Phinjo Sherpa, Phurba Sherpa, Ang Dorchi Sherpa, Furwa Dorchi Sherpa and Mingmar Sherpa.
A team of Kili Pemba Sherpa, Pemba Chole Sherpa, Ang Jangbu Sherpa, Dendi Sherpa and Tamtang Sherpa scaled Mt Lhotse, while a team of Sanu Sherpa, Neema Sherpa, Chhangba Sherpa, Mu Dorchi Sherpa and Lakpa Thinduk Sherpa scaled Mt Makalu.
The Expedition Operators Association of Nepal has assigned Himalayan Guides to fix the route above Camp II this season, while a team of icefall doctors assigned by the Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee opened the climbing route from the base camp to Camp II.
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