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The monsoon has resisted moving on, and a succession of snow, rain and fog still wraps Nepal’s mountains. Nevertheless, climbers are slowly making progress on Manaslu and Dhaulagiri.
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Explorersweb Sep 20
To most people, swimming the English Channel once is impressive; twice is astonishing. On September 17, Sarah Thomas completed the first ever four-way crossing.
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Explorersweb Sep 18
Inspired by Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg, there will be a global climate strike this Friday. We look at how climate change is impacting the mountaineering world.
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Explorersweb Sep 17
Climber and extreme skier Davo Karnicar has died at age 56 in a freak accident.
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Explorersweb Sep 16
In a sudden tactical change, Nirmal Purja has abandoned Manaslu Base Camp and has switched to Cho Oyu, hoping to summit before the mountain closes to foreigners on October 1.
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Explorersweb Sep 15
Here are some of the best links we’ve discovered this week.
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Explorersweb Sep 14
In 2012, National Geographic sent four American climbers off to a remote and untouched mountain range, the Wohlthat Mountains in Queen Maud Land.
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Explorersweb Sep 14
All the latest from Manaslu, Everest and Dhaulagiri as teams prepare for the autumn season.
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Explorersweb Sep 13
On March 21, 2019, Ben Cook and George Cullen set off from London on their journey to Tokyo. ExWeb interviews "The Hairy Handlebars" as they approach their finish line.
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Explorersweb Sep 12
This year the expeditions bound for winter K2 couldn’t be more different in their approach, style and priorities. We preview the challengers.
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Explorersweb Sep 11
For the first time in a decade, post-monsoon Everest — usually all but empty — will attract hard-core climbers with ambitious plans. Angela Benavides chats with Garrett Madison about his autumn plans.
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Explorersweb Sep 9
Antonio de la Rosa has become the first person to paddleboard from California to Hawaii.
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Explorersweb Sep 8
Here are some of the best adventure links we’ve discovered this week.
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Explorersweb Sep 7
In this film, set deep in the jungle of the Nakanai Mountains in Papua New Guinea, a 15-member French spelunking team searches for undiscovered caves and underground rivers.
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Explorersweb Sep 6
After bagging a record number of six no-O2 8,000m summits in exactly one year and two days between summer 2018 and summer 2019, Sergi Mingote is now hoping to tick off the remaining 8,000m peaks.
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Explorersweb Sep 3
For nearly a decade, Everest has stood virtually deserted at this time of the year. This season, though, a revival of sorts has occurred.
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Explorersweb Sep 2
After a 35-day journey into the Labrador wild, Dave Greene and his team safely paddled into their end point of Nain, the northernmost town on the coast.
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Explorersweb Sep 1
How do you ensure your expedition luggage comes in right on the nose? A medical-quality digital scale.
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Explorersweb Aug 31
To nourish your adventure fix, here are some of the best links we’ve discovered this week.
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Explorersweb Aug 30
Amazing new footage has emerged from a shipwreck frozen for more than 170 years in the arctic waters of northern Canada.
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