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Geraldine Gittens: Four Days in Tibet
Irish Independent

Geraldine Gittens: Four Days in Tibet

Flying into Tibet, the sight of Mount Everest and Mount Kanchenjunga (the third highest mountain in the world) alerts you to the kind of territory in which youre about to land. Flying into Tibet, the sight of Mount Everest and Mount Kanchenjunga ... Irish Independent, 20 hours ago
Seven Days in Tibet Irish Independent, 11 hours ago
Kathmandu Post

Calls for conservation of Kanchenjunga area

ILAM, OCT 19 - The Kanchenjunga trans-boundary landscape is under threat for want of conservation, according to a study carried out by the Research Centre for Applied Science and Technology of the Tribhuvan University (TU). The area, which ...
 Kathmandu Post2 days ago

Reaching new heights in war and peace

HANS LOBENHOFFER 19162014 Hans Lobenhoffer was the last surviving member of the team of four German mountaineers involved in the 1939 reconnaissance expedition to Nanga Parbat, at 26,658ft the world's ninth highest mountain - an expedition that ...
 Sydney Morning Herald5 days ago

Ocean or Mountain?

The Impact On Senses And Consciousness martin kämpchen WOULDNT it be enjoyable and meaningful to live either in the mountains or near the ocean? India has the Himalayas inviting us to stay, and India has the longest seashore ~ but here I am ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

ITBP man who retrieved Kedarnath chopper crash bodies awarded

NEW DELHI: The ITBP mountaineer who spearheaded the search of rescuers who died in a chopper crash in Kedarnath last year was on Friday awarded the Tenzing Norgay Adventure Award-2013 at Rashtrapati Bhawan. Passang Tenzing Sherpa, a havaldar with ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Another jewel cache found from 1966 AI flight wreckage

ir India's ill-fated aircraft, "Kanchenjunga", which smashed into Mont Blanc in January 1966, has yielded another poignant reminder of the 117 people who lost their lives that winter morning. A French treasure hunter has found a cache of 50 pieces ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago
Deccan chronicle

Bhutan: Sounds of silence

As the Druk Air flight glides into the pure mountain air, the pilot announces, “Passengers sitting on the left side of the flight, look out of the window and you will see the Kanchenjunga peak at a distance. “ A collective gasp of awe is heard as ...
 Deccan chronicle2 months ago

Nepal names peak after chronicler of Himalayan mountaineering

LONDON: For her than five decades, Elizabeth Hawley has been chronicling the highs and lows of Himalayan mountaineering. From confirming the first ascent of Everest by a blind climber to raising doubts about a Korean woman's claim to have bagged a ...
 The Gulf Today2 months ago

Nepal: Focus on Everest

Kevin Pilley flies on Buddha Air for a close encounter with the Goddess of the Sky. Well, almost ... Everest - seen from their air. Photo / Paul Estcourt There was a long queue of unmistakeable Americans with large apertures checking in for ...
 New Zealand Herald5 days ago

Shweta Is Feeling on Top of the World

BANGALORE : Shweta Pandit has learnt the art of taking the right breaks between her projects. The actress who loves trekking has just been to Goechala for an eight-day trek. She went to the Eastern Himalayas from the Sikkim end, where she walked 100 ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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