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Langua-tai-Barfi and proposed route

February 21, 2014
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Dozens Killed in Tajikistan Battle

February 21, 2014
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Government Attacks Onetime Islamist Stronghold, Targeting a Border Official It Accuses of Smuggling KABUL—Heavy fighting erupted in the Tajikistan city of Khorog after central government forces confronted local commanders, with dozens of people reported dead in some of the worst violence in the former Soviet republic since its civil war ended in 1997. The...

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Turn this horse around

February 21, 2014
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Turn this horse around The milk of reason tells the bride, turn this horse around. This bitter nag, with baleful eye, and open sore and backbone spiked. Take rein, and steer this spurious beast, flay its rangy flanks. Trammel chance control, and now, turn this horse again. It promised stable lush with hay, and...

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2014 New Zealand Expedition to the High Hindu Kush, Pakistan

January 24, 2014
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2014 New Zealand Expedition to the High Hindu Kush, Pakistan

Objectives: Unclimbed South Face of Langua-tai-Barfi ( 7071m) Unclimbed SE Face of Shakawr (7016m) Summary Summary The objective of this expedition is to make the double first ascents of the South Face of Langua-tai-Barfi (7071m) and the South East Face of Shakawr (7116m). Both these routes will be tackled from the Roshgol Glacier (Hindu...

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And another one…

January 18, 2014
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First painting in months…

January 17, 2014
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First painting in months…

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Sitting on the roof, staring at a powerpole!

January 9, 2014
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Sitting on the roof, staring at a powerpole!

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December 23, 2013
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PAT DEAVOLL (Born: 12th June, 1959 – Christchurch) Mountaineer and kayaker Outdoor instructor and Journalist Event & Activity Manager for the NZ Alpine Club MacPac CMC Mountaineer of the Year 1999   Pat Deavoll has been one of New Zealand’s elite alpinists for several decades and is considered one of the leading exploratory mountaineers...

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That God made mountain tops

November 15, 2013
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At midnight, snow is patterned glass. Diamond bathroom window glass. Our crampons spike its surface with command. It stirs ambition as the halo of our torches spot the mountain walls. A fissure here, a jag’d rock there, a crevasse, a cornice, a frozen cataract. At dawn the snow reflects the sky and we stand...

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Climber in a storm

November 15, 2013
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The mountain casts a shadow like a net, it’s reach as vast as an ocean. It hauls in the sombre glaciers, subtle pathways, lapping ridges, valleys of complacency. He climbs the mountain into a sky as clear as a pearl, as blue as the tide, but if he were to look he’d see the...

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The visitor

November 15, 2013
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It came in spring with the stealth of a worm, as insidious as mold, as sly as a ferret, slunk out of the ditch and onto the road, sidled up the drive and in thru’ the door, slipped down the hallway and into the bedroom, inched under the bed, settled into a corner to...

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The Mad-Woman of Kunduz

July 13, 2013
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The mad- woman lived in the trees on the outskirts of the village of Kunduz. No one knew the exact day she’d arrived or how she’d got there but the locals thought she’d turned up sometime in early spring. They didn’t notice her at first for the snow was still low on the mountains...

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Everest 1953. The Epic Story of the First Ascent. Mick Conefrey.

June 21, 2013
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Nowadays, climbing Mt Everest has become almost a rite of passage for those who want packaged adventure and can afford it. Who can forget the images of the hundreds of climbers queuing for the summit that inundated the media last May? But put yourself in the place of Hillary and Tenzing and the other...

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Penang (short story)

June 11, 2013
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Penang By Pat Deavoll (3178 wds) The door is as cracked and marbled as old porcelain. In middle of the dusky green expanse is a brass door knob in the shape of a Chinese dragon and above this a knocker, also brass and at least a foot wide. While Bruce lifts the knocker, two...

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Four Aspects of the Compass: Eastern Promise

April 8, 2013
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THE RAMSAY FACE OF MT WHITCOMBE. Slightly built, reserved and with a disarming smile, Guy McKinnon doesn’t give the appearance of being New Zealand’s most active solo climber. He used to work as a museum host, managing to save money for his expedition climbing by living with his parents. Guy now lives in Aoraki...

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Four Aspects of the Compass: Southern Winter

April 8, 2013
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THE SOUTH FACE OF SABRE PEAK. For nearly two decades the remote south face of Sabre Peak remained free of climbers; none were willing to expend the considerable physical energy needed to reach its base. Making the seven hour trudge up Marian Creek , or coming over the tops via Barrier Peak are both...

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Four Aspects of the Compass: Northern Exposure

April 8, 2013
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THE NORTH BUTTRESS OF MT HOPKINS Paul says he’s not mentally tough enough to match the ‘really top guys,’ but admits that over the years he has notched up a solid reputation for making first ascents in the less obvious corners of the Southern Alps. Not the hardest routes, he says, just a fair...

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Brief how-to-do-it to the Afghan Hindu Kush

April 8, 2013
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Brief how-to-do-it to the Afghan Hindu Kush

This information is collected from my two expeditions to the Afghan Hindu Kush Range; the first in 2011, which resulted in a successful ascent of Koh-e-Baba-Tangi (6530m) and the second in 2012 which resulted in an ascent of Koh-e-Rank (approx 6100m). Both were first ascents of their respective routes and second ascents of the...

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Mt Cook from the canal road

March 5, 2013
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Mt Cook from the canal road

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Highcountry winter

March 5, 2013
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Highcountry winter

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Review of Shelter From the Storm

February 19, 2013
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Shelter From the Storm By Rob Brown, Shaun Barnett and Geoff Spearpiont. Nowhere else in the world has a system of mountain huts as widespread and diverse as New Zealand and this fundamental feature of our backcountry is brilliantly captured in the photography and editorial of “Shelter From the Storm” by Shaun Barnett, Rob...

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Darran Mountains

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Hawkdun Range, Central Otago

January 27, 2013
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Craigeburn Range

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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (updated)

January 2, 2013
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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (updated)

If there’s a place so remote, so lost, that the seeds of curiosity don’t grow, it is the Wakhan Corridor of North East Afghanistan. Abandoned by government and severed from the rest of the world by geography, politics and ignorance, the people of the Wakhan have no desire to know what’s happening outside the...

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South Ridge

January 2, 2013
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In 2011 there was a big national debate in New Zealand on whether to rename the South Ridge of Mt Cook the Hillary Ridge in remembrance of our iconic Sir Ed who’d died the year before. There was a country-wide outpouring of grief at his death, and much discontent when the Queen declined an...

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Review of Joy of the Mountains by John Wilson

January 2, 2013
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On Sunday 19th June 1966 four young men from Christchurch set off to climb the Otira Face of Mt Rolleston, an alpine route considered technically challenging and arduous for the era, and one the climbers approached with caution. When they hadn’t returned by Monday morning the alarm was raised and a search initiated. Because...

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Jetboil Flash Review

January 2, 2013
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I have owned a Jetboil bivvy stove since 2005, used it primarily on expedition climbs at altitude where weight is an important factor, and mainly for melting snow and boiling water for drinks and de-hi/ instant noodle meals. I recently replaced my old one with a new Jetboil Flash and took this climbing in...

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