Hi Christoph, many thanks for your comments and very welcome vote. This is my first mountain page and you are the first person to vote!
When were you in Langtang and how often have you been. As you will see from my userprofile my wife is Nepali and I am a regular visitor. Going again in October to climb Pumori. Your own page on Langtang looks good, but I thought you'd climbed it!!
Sorry Christoph but I dont have any photos of Tsergo Ri. On our rest day at Kyanjin we walked up it and practiced short-roping but I didn't take the camera out once! I often do this, forgetting to take out my camera until I'm on the summit of something!
You could try Google!
Very nice pictures and probably much less risky than Mt. St. Elias.
Hi there, thanks for your comments. I've just had a look at your fantastic Lenspitz page and that great photo of the NE face. There hasn't been as much snow on it for a few years now to make it a "doable" climb. I've walked past it twice now on my way to the Nadelhorn and intend to take another look in Mid July. Have you climbed this face?
Wish I could say I have visited this area, but I have only lived in the US and visited Eastern Canada. My only 4000er is Longs Peak. There are a couple of 3000ers that I have done. Mostly I've climbed in places like Kentucky and Maine. Congratulaions on Yala and Imja Tse!
Looks like a great trip. Good page.
Very nice first page. Good information and photos. Looking forward to more from you.
Hi Nelson, many thanks for your comments about my first posting and your very helpful suggestions. I was wondering how people got a signature photo on the page ........ now I know. I've put up one you suggested.
I was waiting for this one! Well done.
Hi Jan, thankyou for your vote. You say you were waiting for this one, as my first mountain posting I think I have been lucky to find a peak not covered on this brilliant website. Have you been to Nepal?
This looks as though it could be the first himalayan peak I have a go at.
Thanks Slipper, I'd be happy to guide you provided we did Naya Kanga as well
Good beginning of your new page!
Hi there, thankyou for your vote. I like your spiritual approach to mountaineering, similar to my own as a Buddhist. You should visit Nepal!
OM MANI PADME HUM
good page and nice photos, thanks
Great photos, loads of info. Nice one!