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Everest Summit Push

Posted by Rob on Thursday, May 20, 2010, In : Expedition 
The Adventure Peaks team are currently making their push to the Summit of Everest. They moved back up to Advance Base Camp yesterday, 19th May, and are now planning to summit on 23rd May. Get the very latest news on progress on Adventure Peaks' news update.

The team includes:
  • Matt Snook and Pete Sunnocks who are raising funds for Help for Heroes - read their blog Everest for heroes here
  • young Geordie Stewart who recently celebrated his 21st birthday and is on target to be the youngest Brit...

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Everest Update

Posted by Di on Sunday, April 11, 2010, In : Expedition 
Rob texted today from Everest Base Camp. Having travelled and trekked through Tibet they are now at around 5100m and enjoying the comforts of their well-appointed camp, complete with fantastic views of Everest.

All 26 are doing well and are having a well-deserved rest day tomorrow. On Tuesday they will start several days of acclimatisation walks to around 6000m, before heading up to Advanced Base Camp next week. Rob's team will stay with the main Everest party during their acclimatisation.
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Everest North Col and Lhakpa Ri

Posted by Rob on Friday, April 2, 2010, In : Expedition 
Saturday (3rd April) sees me back on the plane again - this time heading for Kathmandu. It's a hard life!

Having stepped down from leading the Everest Summit Expedition, I will be leading a group on what should be a fantastic trip up to the North Col 7032m and then we bag the Tibetan peak Lhakpa Ri 7045m which gives the most amazing views across to Everest. We even get a couple of days in Lhasa at the end of the trip.

We'll be flying out with the main Everest team, travelling overland from Kath...
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Everest via Aconcagua

Posted by Di on Thursday, February 4, 2010, In : Expedition 

Rob Wills, our resident International Mountain Guide and man of mystery, will be leading two major expeditions in 2010.

The first trip to Aconcagua, in Argentina, is already underway.
The team of eleven flew out on January 28th and they're currently walking in to base camp. The team includes ex-British International rugby player Josh Lewsey. You can read an article about Josh's mountaineering plans at The Telegraph. Cerro Aconcagua, at 6962m is the highest peak in the world outside...

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