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Mark Horrell
Indie author & mountaineering blogger | Bit of a mountain history geek | Baldest digital comms professional to climb Everest (probably)
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Mark Horrell Oct 18
Congrats. Let me know if you need an editor ;-)
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Mark Horrell Oct 18
Now here's a thing...
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Mark Horrell Oct 18
7:28, 18 Oct 8:14, 18 Oct 9:35, 18 Oct But who to credit? 😉
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Robert Macfarlane Oct 17
Word of the Day: “bivouac” - a temporary, often improvised shelter or camp-site, esp. used by mountaineers, soldiers & protestors (French “bivac”, a military term from the Thirty Years War). Where have you bivvied? 📷 Kasper Berkowicz, Patagonia
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Mark Horrell Oct 17
Replying to @IanDunt
My MP is Kate Hoey, so I'm fucked.
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Mark Horrell Oct 16
New post: Fuya Fuya, the most exciting mountain in Ecuador
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Mark Horrell Oct 16
Wow - Google Doodle is celebrating Wanda Rutkiewicz this morning. It's the 41st anniversary of her ascent of Everest
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Mark Horrell Oct 12
New post: Quilotoa - the easiest way in to look into a volcanic crater?
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Mark Horrell Oct 9
Limited overs cricketer
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Mark Horrell Oct 6
Replying to @markhorrell
What the North Coast 500 has in common with Everest
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Mark Horrell Oct 6
North Coast 500 boosted Highland economy by £22m, said John Lennon, the report's author, who is an unpaid director at North Coast 500 Are they taking the peace?
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Edita Horrell Oct 4
Early this morning I had an honor to summit Cotopaxi volcano in Ecuador... For , it was the second time to summit...
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Mark Horrell Oct 3
New post: How to recover from a big altitude misjudgement
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Edita Horrell Oct 1
Mark and our guide Pablo this morning on the way to the summit of Tungurahua- views of Cotopaxi, Antisana, and many other volcanoes appeared as the sun was rising..
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Edita Horrell Sep 28
Today we walked around Quilotoa crater lake - part of our continuous acclimatization... I am so glad I got to see this incredible place.. photo ...
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Mark Horrell Sep 27
This is not a good place to tie your shoelace
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Edita Horrell Sep 27
... After two days waking in altitude in the (eastern side of the avenue of the volcanoes in ), we got to turn around as we were getting sick with cold... but we will return soon better prepared. I have never seen anything like this beautiful...
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Mark Horrell Sep 27
Replying to @EditaHorrell
Or one of us was sick with altitude. Luckily the other one was able to carry his kit in her big blue pack. 🤮 💪
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Mark Horrell Sep 24
New post: Two volcano hikes in northern Ecuador
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Mark Horrell Sep 22
John Roskelley's final gift to his son Jess: establishing that he ascended a new route on his last climb
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