Adventure Hacks: The 3 Pillars That Can Get You to Everest

Like Clark Kent, many adventurers continue to slave away from 9 to 5 behind desks, clad in suits, motivated for the most part by saving enough money to go on their next adventure. Stuck in the energy-draining urban structure of concrete jungles and traffic jams, the trapped free spirits of the city often seek solace in drenching their social media feeds with photos of the outdoors and the latest updates from some of the world’s most famous adven...


Climber Diaries: Hopes and Fears on Mt Everest

Visionary people have pretty inspiring goals, with some doing things like climbing to Earth’s highest summit – Mount Everest – resting at 8,848 meters above sea level. Since 1953, the year Sir Edmund and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay recorded history’s first ascent to the Everest summit, there are nearly 1,000 annual attempts at climbing to the summit, with an average of 500 people actually making it to the top. While the idea of climbing the worl...