Mountaineers Sir Chris Bonington and Doug Scott are inviting Cumbrians to raise money for victims of the Nepal earthquakes. They're asking them to join a fundraising event on 12 June, where climbers will scale the height of Everest on Cumbria's ... ITV.com, 2 weeks ago
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40 years after the first British ascent of Everest, Sir Chris Bonington and Doug Scott team up once again to launch #ClimbForCAN, a campaign to raise funds which will go to the Community Action Nepal (CAN) Earthquake Appeal. Starting June 12th, ...Trek&Mountain REACH YOUR PEAK, 2 weeks ago Sir Chris Bonington calls for more aid for Nepal ITV.com, 1 month ago Sir Chris Bonington: winning a Piolet d'Or and his future climbing plans The British Mountaineering Council, 1 month ago Mountaineering Legend Chris Bonington: Sir'd, But Never Shaken Forbes.com, 1 month ago
Keswick Mountain Rescue team member Chris Harling has described cliffs "disintegrating and spewing boulders" as a result of the aftershock that followed the devastating earthquake in Nepal on Saturday. As the death toll rises, Sir Chris Bonington, ...ITV.com, 1 month ago
An artist featured in the Tate collection says he is excited at the prospect of creating a unique exhibition for the Bonington Gallery with local creatives and fine art students. Simon Callery will work experimentally with an open brief for his ...Noodls, 1 month ago
Eyewitness to horror on the Eiger: I trained my telescope on the notorious 'Murder Wall'...was that a body I could see falling and twisting through the air?
By Peter Gillman For The Mail On Sunday View comments I swung the telescope upwards, following the line of the climbers' ascent. I was viewing a spot close to the White Spider, a steep, narrow icefield, its 'legs' radiating into the black ...Capital Bay, 3 days ago
The 2015 Mt Everest climbing season is now officially cancelled , after the deadly avalanche that swept away the fixed rope system through the icefall on the route. Nineteen lives were lost. The western media seems to have given fifty per cent of ...Daily Kos, 3 weeks ago
Whilst researching his latest book, Pete McDonald struck pure gold in terms of historic climbing footage when he came face to face with the BBC film 'Eye to Eye' comprising some of the great names of the 50s in front of and behind the camera. It ...The British Mountaineering Council, 2 months ago
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