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Yesterday 19:32
aspiring mountaineer PPS: I personally have not done the wfr course because it doesn't quite work for me. But my friend is an instructor at NOLS and we talk about stuff that is taught in their courses especially the wfr. It would be criminal on my behalf to withhold that...
20 Sep 2016 07:51
Deadliest Mountains Seriously? Everest has been climbed by pregnant women, blind, lame, maimed people. Little kids. Octogenarians. And countless novices with no mountaineeeing experience whatsoever, from thousands of cities in India and around the world in a ridiculous...
20 Sep 2016 07:37
High altitude trekking Its really a question of how prepared and how confident one is. Some people will do a relatively easy trip in a group, others will climb something seriously technical all alone. So it's really a question of how equipped you believe you are. If youre good,...
20 Sep 2016 06:16
7000m under 50k? Ravi, I have been doing solo climbs and commercial expeditions with paying clients for a while now. All sorts of stuff, be it mountaineering, Alpine ascents, ski mountaineering, back country skiing etc. You can join an agency for even less than 50k....
By- achole
28 Jul 2016 14:25
Nepal- Makalu - East west col trekking Hi, I am Planning this trek to Makalu base camp and onward to the Everest region via the Two 6000 meter cols. it is a trek /Mountaineering adventure and a semi- Expedition. If any one interested to join can contact here or my mail.id....
14 Jul 2016 17:15
Mt Vinson At a height if 4897 m, Mt Vinson is the 8th most prominent mountain in the world. Mount Vinson is the coldest of the Seven Summits. The Vinson Massif has a polar climate with low snowfall but high winds and severely low temperatures. The area has generally...
 

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