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Mount Khuiten - The world's most remote mountain
By:
Tom Richardson,
posted 30th August '13

When you have been a part of KE leading trips to the Greater Ranges for a while (and in my case quite a long while), people will inevitably ask "

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Alwight Geyser! Iceland - A land of Extremes
By:
Jo Payne,
posted 2nd July '13

Never depart home shores, heading for a cooler climate than the UK. This is my cardinal rule when travelling. This is my rule I broke and after a week

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Mont Blanc For Mortals - The Ascent by Dan Aspel
By:
Dan Aspel,
posted 14th May '13

Last June I booked onto KE Adventure’s “Mont Blanc Ascent” trip. This spring myself and the rest of the team at Trail magazine are p

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Mont Blanc: the training by Dan Aspel
By:
Dan Aspel,
posted 10th April '13

“Last June I booked onto KE Adventure’s “Mont Blanc Ascent” trip. This April myself and the rest of the team at Trail magazine

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Mera Peak, Amphu Labtsa and Island Peak, Nepal by Fraser Mackay
By:
KE Adventure Travel,
posted 7th December '12

I decided to go back to Nepal to attempt the following with Paul undertaking his first ever trek in Nepal:- Climb Mera Peak (6,476m) and Island P

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Bolivia Climber - My Perfect Trip?
By:
Sulphonamide,
posted 9th October '12

Not normally given to this sort of malarky, but the Bolivia Climber was such a splendid trip that it deserved comment of some sort (and I couldn't wor

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3 Peaks in 3 Weeks - Himalayas
By:
Anon,
posted 7th May '12

Monday, May 07, 20123P3W Himalayas - CompleteFinishedBad weather has hit Lukla and while the team aimed to wait it out, it wasn’t clearing up. I

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