The mountaineer Edurne Pasaban, who became the first woman to conquer 14 “eight-thousanders” in 2008, has left for another expedition on 4 April 2011. Her goal: reach the summit without carrying oxygen. This is an expedition report from the first days in Nepal which we have received from Edurne. read more »
The latest target: “The 14+1 Challenge: Everest without O2”
The mountaineer is returning to the Himalayas to climb Everest (an 8,848- metre peak) with her colleagues Asier Izaguirre, Ferran Latorre and Nacho Orviz.
Their adventure, in partnership with GRIFONE/ GORE-TEXº will leave for Nepal on 4 April, can be followed on TELEVISION ESPAÑOLA from 17 April. read more »
Edurne Pasaban, first woman to climb 14 tallest mountains, 8,000 meter peaks, has won 2010 National Geographic Adventurer of the year award. National Geographic asked their audience to vote for the person who best embodies the spirit of adventure for the 2011 People’s Choice Award. read more »
National Geographic Magazine has been awarding its “Adventurer of the Year” title for the past six years. The Magazine casts a wide net to find the “Adventurers of the Year”, each selected for his or her extraordinary achievement in exploration, conservation, and adventure sports. read more »