Epic Everest - Update 21 Journey to the Summit
Brad Horn and the entire AC Everest Expedition team have successfully summited Mt Everest in the early hours of this morning! - for Brad, 4.00am, local time in Nepal. Congratulations to Brad and the team and the amazing sherpas who delivered them to the top of the world. Read the journey to the summit as updated by AC dispatches throughout the night. [Read More]
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Epic Everest - Update 20 Heading up! Everest summit plan
Heading up! It's all systems go as Brad and the Everest expedition team now head up the mountain for their 3rd rotation and Everest summit attempt. Read the summit plan here - of course, all subject to weather conditions and everything going well. We wish the team well for safe climbing.
Epic Everest - Update 19 Pre-summit waiting game
Pre-summit waiting game and rest days. With the final acclimatisation rotation complete, it is now a waiting game for the Everest expedition team's summit attempt. After a thunderstorm across Base Camp, Brad has helicoptered to Namche to spend a few days in thicker air resting and enjoying coffee.
Epic Everest - Update 18 Acclimatisation Rotation 2
Brad and the expedition team are back at Everest Base Camp after completing acclimisation rotation 2. What an experience climbing the Lhotse Face and 'touching' Camp 3...
Epic Everest - Update 17 EBC Rest Days & Rotation 2 Prep
EBC rest days & rotation 2 prep. Brad and the expedition team have spent the past 5 days resting at Base Camp and preparing for acclimatisation rotation 2. Rotation 2 is now underway and the summit attempt follows this.
Epic Everest - Update 16 Acclimatisation Rotation 1
Everest acclimatisation rotation 1 is now complete. Brad has just returned to Everest Base Camp after a 6 night rotation between Camp 1 (6100m) for 2 nights and Camp 2 (6500m) for 4 nights. Yesterday he touched the base of the Lhotse Face at 6800m. An incredibly beautiful but harsh environment.
Epic Everest - Update 15 Camp 1
Brad is on his first rotation up the mountain. He is currently spending his second night above the Khumbu icefall at Everest Camp 1 (6,060m).