Kilimanjaro: Journey to the Roof of Africa

Kilimanjaro: Journey to the Roof of Africa

    The roof of Africa, the highest freestanding mountain in the world and most importantly for me, a member of the Seven Summits. Enough has been written about Mount Kilimanjaro that there is not a whole lot more for me to add. Ever since the first ascent in 1889, it has become a popular addition

Cycling Vietnam: From Saigon to Hanoi in 25 days

*This is a post I wrote for  another blog over at deadat30.com. I used this ride as fitness training for my first summit, Mt Kilimanjaro. Was quite an adventure so I thought a few of you may be interested in having a read.   “So what are you guys getting up to while you’re in

7 Summits Project Website is Live!

Welcome to the 7 Summits Project! My names Cody and I intend to scale the 7 Summits (the highest peak on each continent) whilst raising $250,000 for Save the Children. That funding is to be directed towards children’s educational opportunities in Nepal, Asia’s most impoverished country. There is plenty of info about the project throughout

India’s Singalila Trek

This is just a short post to give my opinion and a little insight into the Singalila national park that I recently trekked. If you are considering it or just curious and want a little more information, I recommend this post: http://indiahikes.in/trek-sandakphu/  Served me well. (Don’t pay attention to trek times though. They must be

Annapurna Basecamp 2014

We were on the way to Nayapul, the starting point of the Annapurna Trek when we heard reports of trouble on the Annapurna circuit.  Supposedly there were 2 fatalities and a number of others missing. The guide told us a mule had been sent down from the Thorong Pass with a note attached. The note