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Past week’s headlines

The news came unexpected and heartbreaking: Kyle Dempster and Scott Adamson were lost on Ogre II.

Everest fall season has kicked off and Greenland reported a snowkite/snowboarding crossing first. The Guardian sent Horrell into a meltdown, AdventureJournal pointed to a new CBS Show that “pokes fun at outdoor magazines, Millennials, and the death of print” while SpaceX suffered a spectacular “anomaly” which prompted a story at Pythom highlighting that Elon Musk actually doesn’t want to go to Mars. At least not himself.

Enjoy last week’s major headlines from the big world of adventure.


Greenland Trio at Source of Meltwater River correne

Fall 2016: Interesting Expeditions on Lhotse; Everest, Fully Packed Manaslu & Cho Oyu raheel

Elon Musk: “I didn’t start SpaceX to go to Space myself” tina

A new snow kite Greenland first! camilla

SpaceX Rocket Explodes on Launchpad pythom

Climbers Missing on Baintha Brakk II (6980m); UPDATE raheel

Print, Cut-and-Paste Pythom Text pythom

Expedition Dispatches

Nuevo reto: en busca de las raíces del pueblo Thule Windsled (Spanish)

Igloolik Vagabond

The tent issue. Bodegren Camel Expedition

New Crew Preps for Launch at Baikonur Cosmodrome Space Station

The Transamazonica Route Transamazonica

The Guardian prints another self-righteous opinion piece about Everest by some couch potato Mark Horrell

“Life is hard. But it’s a good one” Borge Ousland Polar Exploration

Expedition 48 Lands With Most Experienced NASA Astronaut Space Station

Top 10 Best Blog Posts of 2016 Solar Impulse

Satori Manaslu team gathering in Kathmandu Satori Expeditions

News from Around the World

Tiger Shark attack on the Wild West Side. Surfnewsnetwork

Òscar Cadiach: “Quiero volver ya al Broad Peak e intentarlo en octubre” Desnivel (Spain)

INTERVIEW: From Skydiving Amputee to Paraclimb Champion in 5 Weeks UKClimbing

INTERVIEW – Ales Cesen and Luka Lindic in the Himalayas UKClimbing

Autunno in Himalaya: ricomincia la stagione alpinistica (Italian)

Meet Skatty – the ears at sea for deaf sailor Paul Thompson Yachting & Boating World

The Top Five Animal Sends Caught on Video Gripped

Avoid the Antipodes: 5 Pretty Darn Good Reasons Not to Climb Australia Climbing

A Fantastical Story of Polar Survival in Which No One Died — And It Wasn’t Shackleton Adventure Journal

Alex Honnold’s Summer Injuries Result of Rope Climbing Accident Gripped

Cerro Torre solo winter attempt, Markus Pucher stops 40 meters below summit Planet Mountain

Òscar Cardiach a caccia del 14esimo 8000 torna al Broad Peak (Italian)

Is Nature the Key to Rehabilitating Prisoners? Outside Mag

Longtime Gripped Photographer and Climber Chris Lepik Passes Gripped

New CBS Show Pokes Fun at Outdoor Magazines, Millennials, and the Death of Print Adventure Journal

Markus Pucher se queda a 40 metros de la primera invernal en solitario al Cerro Torre Desnivel (Spain)

Families Who Adventure Together: Guiding Powers Adventure Kayak Magazine

Autumn Himalayan Climbing Begins Alan Arnette

What Everest Climber Really Meant by ‘Because It’s There’ Adventure Journal

Kayakers Complete Greenland to Scotland Challenge The Adventure Blog

In The Wake Of The Vikings Sidetracked Stories

Search Called Off for Kyle Dempster and Scott Adamson on Ogre II Climbing

Search Called Off for Kyle Dempster and Scott Adamson Alpinist

Search efforts ended for Scott Adamson and Kyle Dempster, missing on Ogre II Planet Mountain

Jamie Andrew, cuádruple amputado, asciende la arista Hornli al Cervino Desnivel (Spain)

Karakorum, scampoli di alpinismo di alto livello (Italian)

Greenland big wall climbing: Apostel Tommelfinger West Face climbed by international team Planet Mountainopen?msgid=luuTOWhnp_cx-BwgJoZWKA2

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