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Jun 1
World’s Fastest Climber?
On April 17, 2011, Swiss climber Ueli Steck soloed the south face of Tibet’s 8,027-meter Shisha Pangma, the 14th highest mountain in the world, in a jaw-dropping ten-and-a-half hours. The news may have taken the adventure world by storm, but Shisha Pangma is, in fact, only one stage of a multi-mountain, six-month odyssey Steck has dubbed “Project: Himalaya.” 
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World’s Fastest Climber?

On April 17, 2011, Swiss climber Ueli Steck soloed the south face of Tibet’s 8,027-meter Shisha Pangma, the 14th highest mountain in the world, in a jaw-dropping ten-and-a-half hours. The news may have taken the adventure world by storm, but Shisha Pangma is, in fact, only one stage of a multi-mountain, six-month odyssey Steck has dubbed “Project: Himalaya.” 

Read more.


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    Ueli Steck
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    Ueli Steck: proving everyone else on Earth is lameasfuck for years now.
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