TIBET 2016 FURTHER, BIGGER, WILDER: NEW POSITIONS AVAILABLE

plans for Tibet have solidified. new areas are being scheduled, permits are being shuffled and the climbing being analyzed. with 6 months to go it’s time to set a course with training, gearing up and getting your head in the game.

this all means new positions have opened up for some objectives – all of them first ascents, minimal footprint and to barely mapped areas.

this time round we have new data, new freedoms, new ideas and a new capacity to get things done – and with all this we are headed to a new area to take on significantly grander objectives. in keeping with our ethic of minimally supported, low impact and clean-style climbing we are heading further onto the plateau and to higher peaks. its a logical next step into wilder territory to put our expanded capacity into action

6000m, unclimbed, unexplored: these are not the peaks we are going to, the real ones are secret and a lot more dramatic

what you need to know:

world class objectives. +5500m unclimbed peaks in areas with considerable interest but almost no action – done in the best style possible

all redtape covered (permits, visa support, intro letters, liaison, fees, security briefings, more permits)

all team supplies included (tents, stoves, fuel, ropes, team hardware,basecamp food, emergency supplies etc)

all transport and travel details included (meals, vehicles, translation and hotels)

solid scheduling. experience and China’s infrastructure mean we can schedule a first ascent into a 2 week timeline that includes sane acclimation and ‘off-days’ and puts us on the mountain in peak condition

lead and supported by real people with extensive Tibet climbing experience, first ascent experience and intimate knowledge of the geography and politics

minimally supported which means no porters, no guides, no staff. after being dropped off we are on our own with a unique degree of freedom hard earned over 20 years

clean style means no bolts, no route fixing, alpine-style, acclimating on site, leaving as little as possible behind

minimalist, alpine-style, unsupported and daring: it wont always be easy but it will be to the coolest places you can imagine

if youve wanted to be part of a true expedition to a world class objective these trips are the real deal. its not signing onto a pre-packaged tour, its joining a team for a common objective. first exped climbers welcome but all members are expected to prepare realistically and act responsibly with the team dynamic.

teams are kept small and with dozens of possible objectives we pick the one that suits best – fast alpine, big wall, variations, multiple routes, training for even bigger things.

inquiries encouraged