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Cayesh valley

Our acclimatisation thus far hadn’t been perfect, but we were on our way. 35kg packs hung off our back and the valley ahead opened onto some big mountains. The fresh air was a relief from the dusty, dry air in Huaraz. So we breathed deep and enjoyed the 10km flat walk we had to get to our first camp. We

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Timmiarmiut, Greenland

We have been keeping in touch with local climber Matt Bunn who has just finished a successful expedition in the fjords of Greenland. Here is a little excerpt from a recent email: “So I made 3 first ascents. The first was an 800m 17,  quite a few nice pitches. Had an unplanned ‘shivvy’ (or a bivy that was too cold to do

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NZ Mountaineering – Strauchon face of Mt Dilemma

NZ Mountaineering – Strauchon face of Mt Dilemma During December Pete Kuzcera and I spent 17 days in New Zealand, predominantly reading books and drinking tea, but we did manage to get some long alpine rock routes accomplished too! With an optimistic weather forecast, a rusty hire car and a boot full of food we headed straight for Mount Cook

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