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Alex Honnold soloing above the clouds on Mount Kinabalu, a prominent mountain on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia (Photo by Jimmy Chin)

Art Alex Honnold soloing above the clouds on Mount Kinabalu, a prominent mountain on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia (Photo by Jimmy Chin) climbing

Mount Everest, Nepal

"biked from Lhasa Tibet to Kathmandu Nepal and along the way we stayed one night at the Rongbuk Monestary which is about from the Tibetan side Everest base camp. Took this shot just as night was drawing near as the top of Everest was lit up by alpenglow.

Ciudad de México- with Popocatepetl 70km to its southeast

Popocatépetl ~ an active volcano and is the second highest peak in Mexico after the Pico de Orizaba, in Mexico City

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Lion So many animals are looking for a loving home. Why not adopt a pet? It will be a good thing x Tarsier Where the Wild Things Are.

Skyline Trail Mt Rainier - Seattle Backpackers Magazine - 5.5 miles round trip, elevation gain 1700 ft.

The most beautiful hike I've ever done: Skyline Trail Mt Rainier - Seattle Backpackers Magazine - miles round trip, elevation gain 1700 ft.

K-2 Karakoram Pakistan...

Expedition: Near Balistan, Pakistan, is the second-highest mountain on Earth after Mount Everest. It is known as the Savage Mountain due to the difficulty of ascent and a very high fatality rate.

Keepin it fit for hiking

Mountaineering Fitness and Training Tips Get fit before your next mountaineering trip with these training tips.

Himalaya, Nepal

Himalayan Gold (Pharilapche m) Nepal, Everest region, view from the Tengboche m) to Pharilapche Peak m) Copyright : Anton Jankovoy

A Guide to Climbing Mount Everest

Climbing Mount Everest: Everything You Need To Know

Will Everest's Climbing Circus Slow Down After Disasters? By Laura Parker, National Geographic

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