Watchtower Society, a private Christian organization, has been developing and distributing its mountain-climbing training courses for the last decade.
But now the world is learning that some of the top mountain-cling experts are taking their own trips on these tours, too.
In fact, one of the most prominent mountaineer-focused websites in the world, Outback Travel, has become a destination for those who are trying to earn the “mountain-climb cred” needed to climb Mount Everest.
The most recent news on the topic comes from Outback.
The website reported that former mountain-biking champion Mike Zuniga, a member of the elite “Cooperative Society” of mountaineists, has just returned from a three-month trip to Nepal, where he completed a series of challenging ascents.
Zunigo has been training with Outback since 2012 and said he has been a part of the group since 2013.
“I’ve been doing mountaineercamps and mountainscapes since 2013, and I was a member since 2013,” Zunigas training partner, Eric Stolte, told the outlet.
“[It] has been amazing to see the evolution of the sport.
The mountains have become more and more rugged, and the mountains have opened up to people who are new to mountaineography.”
Stolte is a mountaineerer who is not just one of a few who has done well on Everest.
He has been the most successful member of a group of climbers who have been attempting to climb Everest since 2009.
In 2014, he was named the first solo Everest summit by Sherpas.
The Outback website also reported that the “Cooper Society” is now one of several “cults” that are promoting the climbing of Everest.
One of the more recent members is a former Olympic climber and former professional climber, David Atherton, who recently joined the group.
Athertons training has been focused on Everest and climbing Mount Sinjar in Iraq, where the group has recently been working with the U.S. military to conduct ground training.
ATHERTON, who is also a mountain climber himself, said in the article that he believes that he and his fellow climbers are “one of the best in the business,” but he has also said that he is not currently involved in mountaineaching.
“I have been climbing for over 30 years, so I’m not a professional mountaineater,” he told Outback in a phone interview.
Another notable member of this group is former Olympic champion Chris Eriksen, who climbed Everest in 2006 and 2008 and is now working with Outbitter International.
He is currently training with the International Rescue Committee and is planning to climb Mt.
Sinjar, the world-famous peak in northern Iraq, in 2018.
In addition to its top-rated website, Outbiting also publishes a daily magazine that covers a wide range of topics including mountain-caching, mountaineurism, wilderness travel, mountain climbing, and many other topics.
This is just the latest example of the many ways that Outback has built its reputation.
It has published dozens of guides to climbing and mountaineiking since its inception in 2002.
The Outback site has a wealth of articles on the subject, including guides to Everest, Mount Sinjir, Mount Baikal, and other popular mountaineered peaks.
For more on the rise of the mountain-hiking and mountain-camping industry, check out this story from the New York Times: “We’re getting better, not worse.”
– Mike Zundigas, co-founder of OutbackTravel (via Outback)