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Posted by: lawman  on Wednesday, August 10, 2005 - 11:06 AM

The Pakistani army have mounted a stunning rescue of trapped climber Tomaz Humar today (Wednesday). He was plucked to safety from 5,900m by a Pakistani helicopter in the dramatic rescue.

Click the read more link for the report from Base Camp

Read the rest of the story...

Posted by: lawman  on Tuesday, August 09, 2005 - 11:45 AM

The climber Slovenian climber, Tomaz Humar, is currently trapped at about 5,900m o­n Nanga Parbat in Pakistan.

He was trying to put up a new route solo o­n the mountain but the weather moved in and he was forced to retreat.

The Slovenian government has appealed to the Pakistani government and military to try to get a more powerful helicopter to attempt a rescue, earlier, a weaker powered helicoptor flew to 6100m and took some photo's o­n Humar's location but were unable to drop supplies to him because of high winds.

More can be read o­n the BBC website

There is a possible weather window today (Tuesday) and it is hoped that there will be a suitable helicopter to attempt the rescue.

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Posted by: lawman  on Thursday, August 04, 2005 - 05:52 PM

I've recently been o­n a trip to the Zillertal Alps, Austria where I did a little hiking (2 weeks solid) and a little photography (the same).

Here are a few shots from that trip

Alpine Paths Are Stunning The Grosser Loffler From The Kasseler Hutte The Olperer Hutte & Schlegeis

More can be seen in my gallery here


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Posted by: lawman  on Thursday, July 28, 2005 - 11:32 AM

Paolo has produced another stunning gallery to add to his portfolio. This time from a mountaineering trip to the Similaun Glacier.

IMG_1618-copy.jpg  DSC_5716-copy.jpg  IMG_1644-copy.jpg

Check out his latest gallery by clicking here


Posted by: lawman  on Thursday, June 09, 2005 - 01:22 AM

Dr Rob Milne, has died while trying to climb Everest. He was with the Jagged Globe expedition and was o­nly 1,200 feet from the summit of the mountain.

This was Dr. Milne's last mountain in his challenge to climb the highest mountains o­n all seven continents.

For a full story head to this page o­n the BBC website

For a bio of Dr. Milne click this link

My thoughts go out to Mrs Milne and his family.



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