FIND YOUR EVEREST

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FIND YOUR EVEREST

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FIND YOUR EVEREST

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FIND YOUR EVEREST

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Why We Climb

In 2015, a team of 14 set off on our first Everest in the Alps challenge: to ascend 8,848 metres – the height of Everest – on skis, over four days in the Alps. It was the ultimate ski touring challenge and a world first.

Our inspiration and motivation was a brave little boy, Toby, and those like him who are diagnosed with brain tumours. We raised over £3 million for The Brain Tumour Charity, helping to fund a new research facility, The Everest Centre, which is now leading vital work in the area of paediatric low grade brain tumours.

Gearing up for our second ascent in February 2018, the challenge was no less intimidating. This time we had six teams taking part – ordinary people completing an extraordinary challenge for an extraordinary cause. The pace was relentless, and the weather merciless, with temperatures dropping to – 30˚C. Despite it all our team’s raised over £1 million, supporting the valuable research and work of The Brain Tumour Charity.

The 2019 Challenge marked a new step in our journey, inviting people to join the few who have completed this monumental ascent, and face the height of Everest for a cause close to their heart.

Everest in the Alps returns in 2020 with our signature ski touring challenge…

We’re not just raising money. We are also inspiring people to take on the biggest challenge of their lives; to push themselves to the edge, to find their peak through months of physical preparation and huge determination.

As both a challenge and a cause, Everest in the Alps will transform you. Find your Everest.

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They’re off! The teams begin the third ascent of Everest in the Alps

The weather held up, spirits soared and the three Everest in the Alps teams began their gruelling challenge at 6am this morning. The four day challenge will see Teams Sagarmatha, Artemis and BlackLine ski uphill the height of Everest raising vital funds for research into children’s brain tumours. There’s been ...

05/03/2019

An open letter to our supporters…

Just days to go until our teams fly out for Everest in the Alps 2019 and Lorna Robertson Timmis of Team Artemis has written an open letter of thanks to all her supporters that have helped over the last months of hard work and training… Dear Friends and Family, What ...

28/02/2019

Meet Team Artemis

Welcome to the third and last installment in our ‘meet the team’ series. Here we meet Team Artemis (meaning Goddess of the Mountains). Four super fit mum’s from Hampshire that have been training hard for this challenge and are ready to give the men a run for their money! Meet ...

18/02/2019

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