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Gear Report: Melissa Arnot on Training in Motion
Posted on January 26, 2015

Melissa Arnot talks mountain fitness to coincide with Eddie Bauer’s launch of Motion training apparel.

Rafting the Relentless River of Everest, a Himalayan Trifecta of First Descents
Posted on June 1, 2012

As the Himalayan season winds down, we’re revisiting a different type of foreign mission we sponsored this past fall where an elite rafting crew from Idaho completed a descent of the Dudi Kosi, the silty river that drains Everest. This is their story.

Video Recap: Melissa Arnot Summits Ama Dablam
Posted on November 20, 2009

First Ascent guide Melissa Arnot returned to the Himalayan Mountains in October after her successful summit of Mount Everest last May. During the trip Melissa, along with photographer Cory Richards and friend Chhewang Nima, successfully summited Ama Dablam

First Ascent and Melissa Arnot Top Ama Dablam at 22,348 Feet
Posted on November 2, 2009

Around 9 a.m., in the wind and freezing cold, Cory, Chhewang and I stood on top of Ama Dablam at 22,348 feet. The sun was just cresting the summit and the wind made it feel frigid and inhospitable. Around us, we could see amazing views of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse and many other beautiful Himalayan peaks

Excitement Builds as Arnot Prepares to Summit Ama Dablam
Posted on October 30, 2009

As we set up our base camp, I am filled with the excitement of what lies ahead. I know it will be hard. I have seen two teams leave from Ama Dablam, unable to summit because of adverse snow conditions and weather. Somehow, that excites me more. Cory and I ration out

Lama Geshe Blesses Safety and Success for Arnot’s Journey
Posted on October 26, 2009

October 26, 2009 As we travel through the Khumbu Valley and over our first two mountain passes, each at 17,200 feet, the landscape gets more arid, and we see fewer and fewer people. I enjoy this part of climbing trips, where you leave the common path and start to explore new territory.