Last Friday’s Tweetchat with Ed Viesturs was an overwhelming success. A perfect blend of casual conversation and authentic questions, Ed answered everything from mountaineering challenges to favorite foods. Check out the top 10 answers below, or the original on Twitter
First Ascent and Mountainfilm on Tour take the windy city by storm tonight for an evening of great films and mountaineering stories from climbing legends Ed Viesturs and Jim Whittaker.
Ed Viesturs appeared on the Today Show this week to promote his new book K2 Life and Death on the Most Dangerous Mountain. Get the inside scoop from Ed
We’ve got a special treat for those of you following @FirstAscent on Twitter: We’re hosting a live tweetchat with Ed Viesturs on Friday, October 16, from 1 to 2 p.m. PST. Got a question for Ed?
Read an advance excerpt from the new book, K2: Life and Death on the World’s Most Dangerous Mountain (in stores everywhere October 13, 2009), by bestselling authors Ed Viesturs and David Roberts. Ed reveals the astonishing and compelling stories of this magnificent mountain and grants readers remarkable insight into the minds of the talented climbers
Considered by many as the deadliest and riskiest mountain in high altitude climbing, K2 is now the subject of Ed Viesturs‘ latest book due out next month. In this video, Ed talks about his new book
Meet 18 Everest summiteers including legendary climbers Jim and Lou Whittaker and First Ascent team members Ed Viesturs, Dave Hahn, and Peter Whittaker at the 2009 Rainier Mountain Festival.