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ADVENTURES TOGETHER

by PROJECT CORDILLERA

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Marie’s Story: Hiking Los Nevados

It is official.  My midlife crisis has just sky-rocketed to a whole new level.  The travel bug all started with a hiking trip to Kilimanjaro in 2010, and for quite some time after my idea of travelling consisted of a tick box exercise of the latest bucket list of things to do before the grand […]

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Project Cordillera Team Stories from 2016

Following up on our 2016 favourite images post from last week, we thought we’d give you a few personal highlights from our team located around the world and our favourite Project Cordillera moments. Although many of us haven’t met and we all lead very different lives, there’s one thing we will always have in common: our […]

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Our Favourite Images from 2016

It’s hard to believe 2016 has been and gone already. It’s been a strange one, no one can deny that. But, we’ve worked hard this year and it’s paid off; 2016 was another successful year for us at Project Cordillera. With another excellent season under our belt and new potential adventure spots within our sights for […]

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La Esfinge – Big Wall Climbing in Peru

“For Max, its already the 4th time coming back to Huaraz in Peru. The sharp snow covered peaks and the wild and gorgeous landscape of the Cordillera Blanca is worth a lifetime of climbing and mountaineering.” This film follows a team’s attempt at climbing Route del 85′ at the Esfinge Wall, 5325m high in the Peruvian […]

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150 Years of Climbing the Matterhorn

150 years to the day that this iconic mountain was first climbed, the mountaineering community around the world is celebrating! The triumph and tragedy of Edward Whymper and co’s first ascent remains a lesson to us all. Still, to this day, nothing compares to these beautiful giants!!

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Glimpses of Adventure

Glimpses of Adventure.  Check out Project Cordillera’s first foray into film making! Over the next few weeks we’ll be releasing more short films to help get your blood pumping for a big Peruvian adventure this summer.

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Credit where credit is due, the Himalayas are pretty spectacular too

We obviously prefer the Andes (better weather, better conditions, more accessible, less bureaucracy, etc, etc.). However, credit where credit is due, the Himalayas are pretty spectacular too, as this video shows.

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Interview with Spike Reid

Project Cordillera: So Spike, you’re an adventurer and mountaineer, and have worked in the adventure scene for years now – how did you get into it all? Spike Reid: I grew up on the edge of Dartmoor, known as the last great wilderness in southern Britain.  I learnt to navigate there by doing “Letterboxing” with […]

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Sometimes life…

Sometimes life puts an obstacle in your path. Sometimes small, little things that can be easily overcome. Sometimes bigger and sometimes unexpected. Sometimes you can see them coming from miles away and sometimes you inexplicably fall into them. Travelling condenses this down to a barrage of nuisances. Mountaineering then reduces it to an almost binary […]

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I Hate Gravity

Myself and Willy, prior to our ascent of Yanapaqcha’s West Face. There are occasions in ones life when one really doesn’t know what they are doing. Walking into a room and suddenly forgetting why you are there. Waking up in a hotel room and having no idea where you are. Sitting in lectures, sitting in […]

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