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Legends of American Mountaineering to be Honored

Our second annual Hall of Mountaineering Excellence gala and award ceremony for the American Mountaineering Museum is coming up fast, …

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Thursday Thought: Taking the Path of Obliquity

We've all heard it before, those famous words of Robert Frost about the path less traveled by making all the …

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Thursday Thought: Ego and Thoughts on the Top

I don't know who said it…Perhaps I did. But, regardless, I try to live by it: Life is too short …

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Thursday Thought: The Oft-Forgotten H. W. “Bill” Tilman

I've long been an admirer of Harold William "Bill" Tilman (1898-1977). I first encountered his name – and his legend …

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Be First…Get Sponsored

You've heard about the great gear by First Ascent from me recently…Now, Eddie Bauer wants to help you get out …

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Everything you need…nothing you don’t: Eddie Bauer returns.

Many of you have probably noticed I've been away from posting for quite some time. Along with lots of work …

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JAKE NORTON ACCEPTS POST AS BRADFORD WASHBURN MUSEUM DIRECTOR

It’s been a busy couple of months… Jake Norton Accepts Post as Bradford Washburn Museum Director Western Hemisphere’s only major …

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We snuck it in…

It was one of the toughest days I've had in the mountains…any mountain, anywhere. Gurla Mandhata is, simply, not an …

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About the Expedition & Gurla Mandhata

Mt. Gurla Mandhata or Naimona’nyiNalakankar Himal, Tibet7,728 meters/25,502 feetAutumn, 2006 While Mount Everest is in many ways still the zenith …

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