I’ve nicked a video from Teton Gravity that may just be the best video showcasing the of the majestic aura of the Himalayan region I’ve seen yet. “The aerial cinema experts at Teton Gravity Research release the first ultra HD footage of the Himalayas shot from above 20,000 ft. with the GSS C520 system, the most advanced
Namibia: Brandberg (2573 meters, 8442 feet) The name Brandberg is Afrikaans, Dutch and German for Fire Mountain, which comes from its glowing color which is sometimes seen in the setting sun. Nauru: Nauru High Point (65 meters, 213 feet) Probably most renowned these days for housing illegal immigrants attempting to reach Australian shores via
Do you have a goal of reaching the highest peak in the Southern and Western Hemispheres? Hopefully the Mt Aconcagua Guide can help you out with some useful information and resources to help you achieve it! Check out a great video I found showing what an Aconcagua expedition entails..
A comprehensive guide on climbing Mt Denali is now up: Mt Denali Guide The mountain, previously referred to as Mt Mckinley, recently had it’s name changed back to it’s original title during a visit to Alaska by President Obama. If you have any interest in climbing “The Great One”, hopefully the above guide can help you
The complete guide to climbing Mt Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest peak is now up. You can check it out here: https://7summitsproject.com/climbing-kosciuszko/ I’ll be updating these guides constantly, so check back in from time to time to catch any new info. The other guides are on their way, so stay tuned!
After an overwhelming response to Part 1 (A-E) of the highest peak in each country, here is the 2nd edition. If this doesn’t pique your sense of adventure I don’t know what will… Fiji: Mount Tomanivi (1324 meters, 4344 feet) An extinct volcano which is also an island in its own right. That is just cool