How are your navigation skills? Studies in the mountains shows that almost everyone has a map and compass in the backpack, but only about half can actually use the tools to take out a course.
If you learn to use a map and compass properly, the winter trip will be much safer and easier.
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Today I have had Oatmeal Pancakes for breakfast, and lately I have started to to make the portion extra large.
Every time I start making Oatmeal Pancakes I make enough for about 3 people so I have some pancakes to spare.
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So many people ask me, how do you train for the mountains? You are walking 10+ hours a day up there, and you live down in Malta next to the sea, how can you get ready?
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Howdy my friends,
Today I would like to share one my favorite recipes with you;
which I am about to eat soon. It is my favorite for a few reasons:
It’s salmon – for me the best kind of fish (Geir is from Norway so probably it’s an inadequate replacement for him as he has taste buds like a chef when it comes to seafood)
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Today I was thinking of bringing you a superb tip for breakfast. It is important to get a good start.
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Proper layering is one of the most fundamental concepts in outdoor activities, and for many outdoor enthusiasts is the importance of layering well known. Learn how you dress in layers, and you will get much more pleasure from being outside.
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Beginnings are always tough.
“I will start from tomorrow”
“I am not ready”
“I will wait for New Year’s eve to make new resolutions”
“This is to early”.
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Over 200 people have died in Mount Everest’s “death zone.” It does not stop new adventurers from wanting to triumph the highest summit in the world.
Continue reading “Mount Everest – Because it’s there”
The Seven Summits are an epic mountaineering adventure of challenge, perseverance, and excitement. Climbing them typically takes several years to complete and is a feat that relatively few have attempted and even fewer succeeded – only several hundred to date. The 7 Summits are a lofty but obtainable goal and the ultimate dream of many mountaineers. Scaling the highest points on each continent is more than accomplishing a checklist of mountains; the Seven Summits is the adventure of a lifetime!
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Challenges ahead…. after months of discussion we finally decided to start up our Team Blog and we are now proud to say we finally have made it. Planning, testing, and training is now ahead of us, 2015 will be the year.
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