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Irish adventurer conquered temperatures of -25C to reach summit 22,000ft of fearsome mountain
Irish Mirror

Irish adventurer conquered temperatures of -25C to reach summi...

An adventurer who climbed one of the most difficult mountains in the Himalayas for charity has told how he had to use bottles filled with his own pee to keep himself warm at night. John Burke, 37, from Spanish Point, Co Clare , battled ... Irish Mirror, 2 days ago

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Bengalureans take up Himalayan challenge, ride cycle on frozen lake

Two riders pull off cliff-hanger in mountain, adventure movie to hit screen. BENGALURU: It all took one random Facebook interaction for Rajesh P Nayak, home furnishing consultant, to freeze the project in his mind -- to bicycle on the frozen ...
 Times of India1 week ago
WA Today

Scientists fix date for earth-shattering Himalayan birth pangs

The Himalayas blanketed in fresh, fluffy snow. Now we know how old the mountains really are. Photo: Tanya Badenhorst A small chunk of Antarctica has helped scientists determine that the world's highest mountain chain, the Himalayas, started forming ...
 WA Today2 weeks ago Himalayas: Discovery of first ancient Indian Ocean microplate hints at new date of formation of mountain range  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago

Becoming a Mountain: Himalayan Journeys in Search of the Sacred and the Sublime

Several years ago I met up with fellow writer, Ramachandra Guha. When I told him I was going to write a book about climbing a mountain, he insisted that it would be a much better story if I didn't make it to the top. Ignoring his advice, I ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago
CNN Money

Biological secrets of superhuman mountaineers

The Sherpa people are an ethnic group from Nepal who have lived in the high altitudes of the Himalayas for generations. They have long served as guides and porters, whose local expertise has been invaluable for foreigners attempting climbs in the ...
 CNN Money2 weeks ago Scientists discover why Sherpas are superhuman climbers  The Intelligent Optimist2 weeks ago Scientists discover what makes Sherpas superhuman  Frontier Post2 weeks ago The secrets that make Sherpas superhuman  CNN1 week ago

World's largest honey bee, the Himalayan Cliff Bee produces rare honey

Near the peaks of the Himalayan Mountains, a harsh region in which no human settlements are found, lives the world's largest honey bee, the Himalayan Cliff Bee which can grow as large as three centimeters in length. The red honey produced by these ...
 Sott.net2 weeks ago Himalayas Are Home To The World's Largest Bees Which Produce A Potent Variety Of Honey  Indiatimes2 weeks ago Himalayas Are Home To The Worlds Largest Bees Which Produce A Potent Variety Of Honey  Indiatimes2 weeks ago

Landmark film on K2 to be screened in Kolkata

KOLKATA: Mountaineers, photographers and cine buffs in Kolkata will get a treat this Friday. The Himalayan Club, Kolkata Section, in collaboration with the Italian Consulate, will screen a film by renowned mountaineer and photographer Vittorio ...
 Times of India1 month ago
New Indian Express

In Thrall of the Mountains

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Amarnath, the cave temple nestled in the snow-capped Himalayas, has turned photo journalist P V Sujith a fatalist. In a place where the whims of nature rule everything else, even the simple task of shooting pictures on a camera ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Environmental Monitor

Environmental Monitor: Climate Change, Population Increases Predicted To Make Water Scarce In Himalayas Nov. 4, 2015

Scientists predict that water will become more restricted in the Himalayan Mountain basin region due to factors such as climate change, increasing use of agricultural lands and growing populations, according to a release from Baylor University . The ...
 Environmental Monitor3 weeks ago Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers Ignite Fresh Climate Change Concerns Report  Inquisitr1 day ago Science Newsline: Baylor Researchers Project Long-term Effects of Climate Change, Deforestation on Himalayan Mountain Basins  ScienceNewsline1 month ago Climate change putting Nepal at water crisis risk  NetIndia123.com1 month ago

Video: Kilian Jornet's Summits of My Life - Langtang Trailer

(Before It's News) This past spring, mountain runner Kilian Jornet traveled to the Himalaya, where he had hoped to attempt a new speed record on Everest. But, as we all know, those efforts were cut short when a massive earthquake hit Nepal, ...
 Before It's News1 day ago
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