Cerro Vicuñas, the world’s easiest 6,000m peak? Quite possibly

Cerro Vicuñas, the world’s easiest 6,000m peak? Quite possibly

Last year I returned from the Himalayas and reported that I may have discovered the easiest 6,000m peak in the world to climb. But there is another place in the world where lots of easy 6,000m peaks can potentially be climbed on a day hike from the road.

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Islands in the Snow is now available as a paperback

Islands in the Snow is now available as a paperback

Here’s a timely tip if you’re off trekking in Nepal this autumn and are looking for some books to read on the trail. My travel diary Islands in the Snow is now available for the first time ever in paperback form. I’m sure you will enjoy it immensely.

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My first visit to Kangchenjunga

My first visit to Kangchenjunga

By the time you read this I will be somewhere in the Kangchenjunga region of Nepal, in the far east of the country near its eastern border with India. It’s a region dominated by one huge mountain, 8,586m Kangchenjunga, the third-highest mountain in the world.

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Chimborazo Sea to Summit Challenge: the videos

Chimborazo Sea to Summit Challenge: the videos

It’s that time again, when I show off the latest videos I’ve cobbled together in the garden shed with a pair of scissors, a roll of sellotape, and some sticky-back plastic. These ones cover our Chimborazo Sea to Summit Challenge last autumn, when we climbed Chimborazo, starting from sea level on push bikes.

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