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Avid hikers raise thousands for frontline healthcare workers
Life can be pretty monotonous under lockdown but two amateur climbers from London have found a way to shake up their daily routine and raise money for charity. Charlie Harbord and Harry Richards have challenged each other to climb Mount Everest without leaving their home.
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Sixteen years ago, Egyptian adventurer Omar Samra turned his back on a successful career in finance to pursue his love of the great outdoors.
Three major trails on Mount Fuji have opened to trekkers for the summer climbing season
At the Fujisanhongu Sengentaisha shrine down the mountain, a Shinto ritual was held to mark the opening of one of the trails. People offered spring water from the foot of Mount Fuji while praying for trekkers' safety.
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Before fatal descent, British climber wrote he feared Everest overcrowding could prove deadly
Robin Haynes Fisher wrote on Instagram last week that he had delayed his trek to the Himalayan summit in hopes of smaller crowds.
Deaths of Irish and British climbers bring Mount Everest toll to 10
It came during a season that has been plagued by bad weather and overcrowding on the peak.
Indian army claims to have found Yeti 'footprints', prompting mockery
For centuries mountaineers and researchers have been searching for the Yeti so could his "footprints" been found by the Indian army?
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Discover the Shahdag mountain and the Greater Caucasus range
The Shahdag mountain resort in Azerbaijan is renowned for its amazing rocks, high mountain herds and flocks and the traditional way of life of local villagers. It’s the perfect place to explore the Greater Caucasus range.
Climbing season kicks off at Mount Fuji for Yamanashi trails
People gathered at the summit of Mount Fuji before dawn on Sunday to view the sunrise on the first day of the climbing season.
Legendary El Capitan claims another two climbers
Yosemite's trademark peak proves too much for American pair who fall to their deaths.
Search for Bulgarian mountaineer Boyan Petrov ends without success
The zoologist was separated from his climbing group on April 29 to attempt a solo summit without oxygen.
Mtirala: Georgian nature at its purest
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Search for top Bulgarian mountaineer missing in bid to reach Tibetan summit
18 years ago he survived cancer but developed diabetes while receiving chemotherapy; 3 years ago, he survived a coma after being struck by a car while researching wildlife in the Pirin Mountains of Bulgaria; now he is missing on a Tibetan mountain.
Man's 'suicidal' solo mission to scale mountain is abruptly halted
Russian-Polish mountaineer Denis Urubko planned to attempt the first winter ascent of K2 with a team of climbers, but abandoned base camp on Saturday after arguing with the expedition leader.
'It was not a choice I made myself, it was forced upon me,' French alp
One climber saved, another stranded on Pakistan's "killer mountain"
Solo climbers banned by Nepal from climbing Mount Everest
New laws designed to reduce accidents in the Himalayas mean that solo mountaineers and climbs by some disabled people will be banned
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Ayers Rock closed to climbers from 2019
Australia's world famous Uluru/ Ayers Rock will be closed to climbers from 2019. The ban is set to be enforced from the 26th October 2019 exactly 34 years after the rock was handed back to its original owners.
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