Monthly Archives: December 2006
First ascent: Tom Patey, Rusty Baillie, Chris Bonnington 1966.Original Route on the East Face (460 feet) (E1 or 5b) This is one of the most famous sea stacks in Britain and it is composed of rather decaying Orcadian sandstone standing on a granite plinth and features five climbs ranging from an acceptable El right up […]
What next…? My buddy Karl, has invited me to Spain where we want to jump together. The plan is that I will learn to skydive by doing an Accelerated Free Fall course. He will join me for the fun as he has over 500 jumps to his name. That is him in the yellow suit […]
7th December 2006 Tom and his brother Ben gave a lecture on their recent Everest Ascent on Thursday 7th December. Tickets SOLD OUT and the event was a roaring success. 750 people were present and £3,477.02 was raised for the Rosemary Foundation Charity.
We have completely sold out of tickets for the lecture at the Royal Geographical Society on 7th December, 2006. Over 700 tickets have been sold. Please do not apply for any more tickets because we don’t have any left! Thank you to all those who are coming. We hope you will enjoy it!
I took this photo on May 18th, 2006 at about 7.45am. It looks directly towards Base Camp on the Tibetan side (to the middle of the photo just beyond the glacial lake) The photo below, taken from Outer Space, is taken looking the other way! We were lucky to have such a clear day.
This photo really blew me away. Mount Everest and Lhotse (4th highest mountain) can clearly be seen in the upper right hand part of the picture with clouds whipping off the top, with Makalu (5th highest mountain) out to the left. The vast Tibetan Plateau can be seen in the foreground and one can even […]