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Everest 2008 Live on GreatOutdoors.com

By GreatOutdoors Staff - April 9th, 2008

Dave Hahn, GreatOutdoors.com Everest correpsondent, reached the summit for the tenth time the morning of May 27, more than any other non-Sherpa climber, and the IMG Expedition team put more than a dozen climbers on top. Check out the latest satellite telephone dispatches, pictures and video from Mount Everest as our climbing correspondent Dave Hahn continues to report in regularly, with photos and video. Follow the action live on GreatOutdoors as the very strange Everest 2008 season draws to a close as the IMG climbers begin to dismantle their camps and prepare for home.

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Ed Viesturs and John Stetson Head for the Arctic

June 5 update: Check out the new and final dispatch below from Ed Viesturs, documenting his journey across the ice with John Stetson, and see the final batch of photos from his recently completed Arctic journey near Baffin Islanld. Viesturs, the first U.S. mountaineer to climb all of the world's 8,000 meter peaks without oxygen, and renowned Arctic explorer and dog musher John Stetson, covered 150 miles on Northern Baffin Island to prepare for an upcoming polar journey. The pair reported in live every day to GreatOutdoors.com. Listen to their latest sat phone dispatches right now, and see the images from their bold adventure!

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The Magic Behind the Film "Steep"

By Andrew McLean

GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean gives us a behind the scenes look at the film Steep. Two years in the making, Steep depicts the highlights of modern big mountain skiing.

The Planet Ice Project: The Greenland Icecap

By James Martin

James Martin, writing exclusively for GreatOutdoors.com as he photographs and researches his book, Planet Ice, reports from Greenland's Icecap

Eiger Obsession

John Harlin's life-long obsession with the mountain that killed his father 40 years ago comes to life in the new IMAX film, The Alps.

The Planet Ice Project: Mt. Everest

By James Martin

James Martin, writing exclusively for GreatOutdoors.com as he photographs and researches his book, Planet Ice, reports from Mount Everest.

Dave Hahn: Incredible Performance on Everest

GreatOutdoors.com's Everest correspondent set a record for US climbers with his ninth ascent, and then helped make a life saving technical rescue from high on the mountain. All this after he climbed Everest twice the previous puts Dave Hahn at the top of the game.

The Planet Ice Project: Kilimanjaro

By James Martin

James Martin, writing exclusively for GreatOutdoors.com as he
photographs and researches his book, Planet Ice, reports from Kilimanjaro.

Everest 2007: Live on GreatOutdoors.com

By Dave Hahn - March 31st, 2007

Follow along daily as correspondent Dave Hahn of the 2007 IMG Everest Expedition treks to Mount Everest and reports on his summit attempt via the South Col route.

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Video: The Alps

MacGillivray Freeman Films comes up with the most exciting mountain IMAX film since Everest.

The Planet Ice Project: Mountains of the Moon

By James Martin

James Martin, writing exclusively for GreatOutdoors.com as he
photographs and researches his book, Planet Ice, reports from the Mountains of the Moon.

On Top of the World

With his successful ascent of Annapurna on May 12, Ed Viesturs becomes the first North American to reach the top of all 14 8,000 meter peaks without supplemental oxygen.

Ed Viesturs' Himalayan Quest

Only 14 peaks reach above 8,000 meters (about 26,000 feet). For fifteen years, since his ascent of Kangchenjunga, they have been the focus of Ed Viesturs climbing efforts.

Viesturs Returns to Annapurna

Ed Viesturs announces his return for a third attempt on Annapurna this spring in his bid to become the first American to climb all fourteen 8,000-meter peaks.

Reflections on Everest

Ed Viesturs takes a moment to share some new photographs and reflect on his most recent ascent of Mount Everest--his sixth.

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