Becoming X…

Photograph courtesy of Mike Lawn and Becoming X

‘Its not what you know, but who you know’ is a phrase that has long appeared in the English language. Recently I was invited to be involved in a new and exciting charity called ‘Becoming X‘, which hopes to motivate, inspire and help people across the world, all because of someone I know…
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Russia 2012 – The North side of Elbrus

Standing as the tallest mountain in Europe, Mt Elbrus 5,642m (18,510ft) is not a climb to be undertaken lightly. High winds and freezing temperatures make this one of the world most notorious peaks. The west peak was first climbed in 1874 by Florence Crauford Grove. Continue reading “Russia 2012 – The North side of Elbrus”

Reviewing 2012…

Terra-Nova

Where do I start?  So much has happened during the past year, and I don’t want to miss anything.  Good job I’m an avid diary writer…

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Is achieving a 1st really worth it..?

In 2007 I became the first British climber to summit the tallest peaks on the worlds largest islands.  ‘Whoopee doo’ I hear you say.  This is exactly why I ask the question for the achievement of a 1st.  Are they worth it, or just media stunts for people with nothing better to do?

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