Posts Tagged: himalaya

346 DIAS

Tudo tem um fim, mesmo uma viagem sem data pra acabar. Foram quase 12 meses arrastando por 3 continentes 40 kg de equipamento, escalando em algumas das cordilheiras mais incríveis do mundo, surfando em algumas das ondas mais famosas, comendo das comidas mais exóticas, e conhecendo sempre muita, mas muita gente incrível. Mas viajar cansa,… Read more »

CLIMBING TIDBITS – MARCH 2015

Interesting, relevant and fun news from the climbing world.   TOM BALLARD. ALPS. WINTER. NORTH FACES. BY THE WAY, SIX OF THEM. ALONE.   His Awesomeness of a climber, Tom Ballard decided to go play around in this winter in the Alps. People say is hard enough climbing in winter anywhere, let alone in the… Read more »

A HIMALAYAN DEBUT – CLIMBING ISLAND PEAK AND AMA DABLAM

Main character in this post, this too may be the actual most beautiful mountain in the world. Ladies and gentleman, I present you: Ama Dablam. Give it a good hug. It wants it.   AS USUAL, AN INTRODUCTION   It all started in Peru. The partner I had in july, Craig, was already heavy into… Read more »

YO!

Hello climbers of the world! I am finished with my climbing in Nepal but I won’t be able to access my Google accounts on my computer until I get to Spain in about a month. That means I can’t post my trip report until then (I’m posting this from my phone). But in case you’re… Read more »

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ON EVEREST 2014

I didn´t write anything on the Everest season because my opinion is very well rounded on it and I don´t feel a need to share it, but I just HAD to post this excerpt from this interview:   “Do you think any teams will climb the South Col route without Sherpa support this season? No,… Read more »

K2 – SIREN OF THE HIMALAYAS

I’m not an 8000er freak, probably because I’ll never have the money to ever get there, but the Karakorum range fascinates me and I have much respect for the independent climbers that explore that region. On the other hand, I can’t stand certain groups of people that can’t see past the marketing on Everest to… Read more »