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Hello all you (armchair) Mountaineers, here is your favorite (?) irregular newsletter!
In this issue:
- Last call for Vinson 2005/2006. Almost full, discount available.
- Everest re-measured: she is lower! Or is she?
- 20% discount on posters until tomorrow evening.
- New Aconcagua guidebook now available everywhere, sample pages online
Vinson expeditions , almost full, book now!
- Reserve and Book now: Vinson
2005/2006. We just got word from the logistics operator that the trips
are filling up really fast as there is limited capacity on the planes, so please let us know
immediately if you want to come and pay a deposit to reserve your place. The
first 2 trips are full, available are:
|Mount Vinson 3 (almost full)
|Mount Vinson 4
For the first new person to sign up for V3 or V4 we have a possibility for an additional discount. Contact us at
email@example.com if you are seriously interested.
Every company has to use the same logistics partner, so the
trips are all the same, only the price is different. We already have next years
prices, it will go up to $28,950.
7summits has the lowest
price as always, check it out here: Vinson
Really, be quick if you want to come along!
Everest remeasured: she is lower! Or is she?
While I was on Everest, the Chinese team was re-measuring the mountain and her
summit. Last week the new results were finally published, 7summits.com was the
first mountaineering site to mention it on
The new height according to the Chinese is now 8844.43m
margin of 21cm. However, this is the height of the rock, currently hidden
beneath 3.5m of ice and snow. So in fact the measurement is the same as 30 years
ago as you still have to climb that final 3.5 m to the summit -> 8848m...
Read the full announcement on the forum:
New poster shop on 7summits.com with 20% discount on
everything until tomorrow evening!
Start X-mas shopping early and save. Need a b-day gift, want to motivate someone or did you go on
safari and forgot your 500mm zoom lens? Or Celebrate the Everest summits of your
friends! We made a fresh selection of Art.com's
over 100.000 prints and artworks and have placed them on the
Postershop with categories Everest,
& Alaska, Safari
You can order with (and see how it looks online) or without frames. This makes a
great gift for your climbing and non-climbing friends and family or gives you the chance to hike back on
the memory lane.
Some examples are on the right of this newsletter, click to go to the detailed info or
visit the 7summits.com
Postershop for all the selected art.
Check out the new 7summits.com poster
and Art shop and the posters to the right, buy them framed or unframed until
Oct 17th and take 20% off all posters!
--->> Don't forget to use this special coupon code Oct20
to get the 20% off and order before Oct 18! <<---
Now the shipping costs to Europe and the rest of the world have been reduced
enormously, so no more reasons not to order from outside the US!
Harry Kikstra writes new Aconcagua Guidebook
|I have just finished the first book in the new
Rucksack Pockets summit series.
This first book is about Aconcagua and is a small and practical guide
you can easily take with you to the summit! Only 112grams and printed on
Waterproof paper with 60 photo's and much info on 96 pocket-sized pages.
It is now available through all
I have a limited supply, so if you want an autographed
1st edition version, you can order it by sending $14.95 / €12,95 (including
$4.50 / €3,50 P&P)
by PayPal to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not forget to include your address!
Now there are sample pages and detailed info about
the book online, see them here:
Of course anyone who will book a 7summits.com Aconcagua trip will
receive a complimentary copy, find all dates and prices here:
That's it for now, hope you enjoyed this newsletter, if not, just click the
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new site, remember you can post
on the forum and upload
your pictures and send them as ecards at the images gallery!,