About success and failure on the mountain

Thoughts and insights after a (un)successful expedition to the Chandra Bagha 13 peak in India.No, we could not reach the summit of the 6264 m high C.B. 13 on our 11-day expedition and even had to make an early resignation. Not only the sudden snowfall, but above all the symptoms of altitude sickness and a […]

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The Indian Himalayas

November Calendar Sheet No. 11 The Himalayas, the highest mountain range in the world. Snow-capped peaks, raging mountain rivers, deep forests, traditional mountain villages, herds of sheep, moon-like desert landscapes, furrowed glaciers, colourful flower meadows. All this are the Himalayas and so much more. […]

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Interview with mountaineer, backpacker and Indian lover David Funseth from Sweden

Our first adventure with David from Sweden we had last year on our ten-day expedition to the 6001 meter high Deo Tibba. David had previously taken part in a month-long mountaineering course in Uttarkhashi (Indian mountain resort in the state of Utthrakhand) and was now fire and flame to apply his gained knowledge. The expedition […]

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And Action!

… we have been in Manali for a few weeks now, because the Dutch filmmaker Maureen Birney is our guest in Manali and with her we are busy filming our tours around Manali. Whether rock climbing, paragliding, mountain biking, local festivals or fishing – Maureen and her camera are always there! Maureen embarks on many […]

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Deo Tibba Expedition June 2015

A ten-day expedition to the 6001 m Deo Tibba got 8 successful climbers up to the summit! There were ten hard but good days in which we learned not only a lot about mountaineering techniques and the Himalayas, but also a lot about ourselves!  Climbing the mountain is not only physically, but also mentally exhausting: […]

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Short Himalayan Holiday- By motorcycle to Lake Chandratal

February Calendar Sheet No. 2 Admittedly, the mountain village of Manali in the green Kullu valley is a beautiful place, but somehow I had the urgent need to leave for a short while, I was here now  for three months continuously and just wanted to get out for a few days. […]

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A day well spent in an Indian mountain village

I am very fortunate to have friends all over India, all of them with very different lifestyles, different religiouns and from different societies. This allows me to get a great insight of the people of India and to experience how the inhabitants of India live. I was invited to the village Kanol by my former […]

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