19 Jun 2016

(Norwegian bellow)

It’s now almost 4 weeks since I got down to Base Camp, from the famous decent from the highest mountain in the world – without seeing from the summit to Camp 4.

Had anybody told me on forehand that I had to do it, I would have said it’s impossible. It’...

31 May 2016

Standing of the summit of Mt. Everest – How was it?

It was Amazing!

 

We had fantastic weather and the view of all the mountains around both on Nepali and Tibetan side was so beautiful.

 

By now I’m sure most of you have heard what happened – I got snow blind on the summit...

10 May 2016

(Norwegain below)

2nd Rotation is done!

 

I can’t believe it, I’ve been 2 times up Everest… up until Camp 3 and slept there for 1 night (higher than the domestic flights fly in Norway) and total of 4 nights in Camp 2, not to forget 2 times round trip trough the Ice Fall....

26 Apr 2016

We have now ended the first part of acclimatizing and I’ve moved into Everest Base Camp. It’ll be my new home for the next weeks.

 

My team so far have been Dawa Tenzing and our kitchen Boy, Ganges, who also have been my porter on the way in to Base Camp.

Here in Base Cam...

21 Apr 2016

After Leaving Dingbuche we walked to Chukung 4730m, not so long walk, but it’s about 300m higher so a good next step. Chukung is only a few lodges, but have an amazing view. Same lodge owner here as the lodge we stayed at in Dingboche, the husband stays here and the wi...

16 Apr 2016

 

Leaving Namche Bazar and walking in the Khumbu valley is very nice. First you walk up a few hundred altitude meters, with a little heavy breathing even after a few days there, then you continue on the same altitude for a while, if the weather is clear you can see Ama...

10 Apr 2016

You can follow the expedition here

Du kan følge med på turen her

 

 

10 Apr 2016

The flight to Lukla went without any big delays and the flight weather was really good. Lukla is by some people considered as one of the most dangerous airports in the world. I have now landed here several times and it don’t feel dangerous. The pilots are very efficien...

13 May 2015

 

On the 25 of April we had just come down from Lobouche East summit when the earthquake stroke.

 

We had reached bottom of the chute (renne in Norwegian) when the earth started moving. At first just a lite, then tremendously. We had to stand with “sea legs” to stand upri...