In a few days, I’ll be returning to Kathmandu. It will be the 3rd time I’ve led a group on Cho Oyu, 8201m. The 6th highest mountain in the world.
Last time we had a weather window and were lucky with great views from the summit.
You can follow progress on the following links –
Thanks to Thuraya and CygnusTelecom in Dubai for supporting all communications with an XT Pro satphone and IP+
It was snowing when we woke up. The group set off after breakfast from Tingri in Tibet to hike up to a hill above the town at about 5000m.
The weather was changeable and cloudy all day so Everest has not revealed itself yet.
Tomorrow we will hopefully travel on to Basecamp if our bags and gear manage to get across the border and find us.
If you’re in Dubai, come and see the talk at SportsZone on 10th February 2015
I’ve led expeditions to the most dangerous and beautiful mountains in the world.
Taken clients into the Death Zone and returned. I now brings his tales from over 8000m to Dubai.
The evening will show adventures from the Middle East region including Stairway to Heaven and The Musandam Peninsula.
A whistle stop tour of the planet including notable peaks such as Cho Oyu, Broad Peak, Ama Dablam, Khan Tengri and Aconcagua. There will be opportunity to ask questions about the expeditions and trips he is leading for OutdoorArabia.