Australian Geographic Society Spirit of Adventure 2018 awardee Paul Pritchard is tackling prejudice head on.
Meet me at The Rock, a stone’s throw from Wagga Wagga in the beautiful NSW Riverina.
Andrew Lock is Australia´s most accomplished mountaineer who has climbed all of the world´s fourteen 8000+ metre summits without supplemental oxygen. From Shishapangma in China to Everest, the mother of all mountains, Andrew has managed to survive these risky adventures. In this episode he shares his route to becoming one of our greatest mountaineers and what else he is up to these days.
Here you can find out more about Andrew´s endeavours:
This Episode of Talking Australia is hosted by Liz Ginis and produced by Ben Kanthak (www.beachshackpodcasts.com).
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New Zealand’s South Island is one of the world’s premier adventure destinations. Whether you are an avid hiker, paddler, mountain biker or climber, the South Island will answer your outdoor dreams. And it’s only a short flight from Oz!
Recipients of The North Face/Australian Geographic Adventure Adventure Grant in 2016, Steve Skelton and Ben Dare, headed to Peru in May to tackle the Cordillera Blanca mountains in Peru. It wasn’t all plain sailing…
Under normal circumstances the forest canopy towers far above you, but, in a special number of spots across Australia, you can get up close and personal with life in the treetops.
A relaxing Christmas lunch sparked an idea that won this team winning The North Face/AGA Adventure Grant
The biggest adventure film festival is coming back again to Australia
Despite its relatively modest 3724m peak, Aoraki/Mount Cook isn’t for the faint-hearted. It’s one of the toughest climbs on Earth.
A climb up Mount Fuji prior to the start of the climbing season will ensure you beat the crowds, but it will present some serious challenges, too.