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Ready for a new challange
« on: Apr 12 2004, 04:04 »

Is it possible to Board/ski down the seven summits?  Like mountain board and snowboard.  Iíve mountain boarded and snowboarded down some Cascades in Oregon and the Rockies in Colorado.  This summer I Ďam going to mountain board Mt. Whitney in California.  But I seek more adventure.  This could be the next challenge. Where there is a will there is a way.  I am not experienced in high altitude at all but would risk it all for a chance.             


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Re: Ready for a new challange
« Reply #1 on: May 6 2004, 15:02 »

Hey there,

noticed this was not answered  :P

I contacted Stephen Koch as he was the one being the furthest in boarding the seven summits, I think he has been boarding on all summits and has summited 6 out of 7, this is what he replied to me:
Hi Harry,
I did not summit  Everest and don't plan to return. I was on the North Face this past summer climbing without oxygen during the monsoon to try to snowboard. I ended up snowboarding the Japanese Couloir.

Stephen Koch
P.O. Box 7165 / 510 South Millward Street
Jackson, WY 83001

So I think you have a goal now  8)
"He who climbs upon the highest mountains laughs at all tragedies, real or imaginary." -- Friedrich Nietzsche


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Re: Ready for a new challange
« Reply #2 on: May 21 2004, 05:08 »

hope you arent doing the kosciuszko version!!  :D :D
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