On the trail of Genghis Khan: An epic journey through the land of the Nomads. Tim Cope.

April 25, 2014
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What is it about Australia that it manages to routinely pull epic adventurers out of the bag, even in this day and age? John Muir, Justin Jones and James Castrission, Eric Philips, and now Tim Cope, have all put their mark, or rather their footprint, on the globe in some unique way, defying the...

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Langua-tai-Barfi and proposed route

February 21, 2014
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Langua-tai-Barfi and proposed route

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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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And another one…

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