Renowned mountaineer and photographer Soren Kruse Ledet has more than 15 years of Himalayan mountaineering experience guiding for World Expeditions, including entry level and highly technical ascents including dual mountain expeditions to Mera Peak (6460m) and Baruntse (7129m), Lobuche (6119m) and Ama Dablam (6856m)and Cholo (6097m) and Cholatse (6440m). Soren will enthrall you with images and an exciting commentary about how trekkers or entry level mountaineers can take the next steps into the heights of the Himalaya on a mountaineering holiday of a lifetime.
This is a great event to give you insights into what’s involved in climbing in the Himalayas, the gear you’ll need and how best to prepare for your expedition. Soren is a gifted photographer who brings to life the trials and tribulations of mountaineering in a very practical way, while inspiring with the views that climbing at these heights reveals. For many years Soren has worked closely with World Expeditions developing and guiding many of our trips to challenging parts of the world. Soren will also talk about the next expedition he is leading for World Expeditions in Nepal:
Monte San Valentin is the highest peak in Patagonia at 4058m and is located in the middle of the incredible Northern Patagonian Ice Field making it a tremendous climb in one of the world’s most spectacular alpine environments. This expedition, led by Soren, is one for the highly motivated mountaineer who is experienced with cold weather conditions. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to take your mountaineering experience one step further, and experience one of South America’s greatest climbs!
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to learn more about expeditions for the first timer or veteran and join us for a night of highs on the Himalaya & hear Soren speak about the World Expeditions mountaineering program and answer your questions.
This night is a must see for any budding or veteran mountaineer.
Image: Soren Kruse Ledet