Father-son Everest Trip - Otago Daily Times, Sunday 28 April, 2013
Hall is one of eight people from around the globe making the ascent as part of the Adventure Consultants expedition from Wanaka. His father, Otago Regional Council emergency management co-ordinator Graeme Hall, travelled with him as far as Base Camp and returned to Dunedin this week after seeing his son off on his perilous trek...click above link for full article.
Wanaka-Hawea New Zealand climbers (6 x AC guides) profiled in the Otago Daily Times on 5 Jan 2013, as the highest number of Everest ascents outside of Nepal concentrated in one town, per capita!
Kiwi climber Peter Cammell writes of his experience climbing Everest in 2012 with Adventure Consultants:
Wildernessmag Everest 2012 article by Pete Cammell
Guy Cotter interviewed by the Utah Adventure Journal in February 2012 about his Life of Climbing.
Matt Kitchin from Australia writes in the Herald Sun of his Lobuche East and Cholatse climb with Adventure Consultants in November 2011.
Climb your Own Everest - Sal Abubakar writes about his 10 Alpine Climbing Course with Adventure Consultants in the Paddy Pallin newsletter.
|Paddy Pallin - Climb your Everest by Sal Abubaker|
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10 day Alpine Climbing Course with Adventure Consultants
Damian Hall writes of his experience on a 7 day Mountaineering Course with Adventure Consultants, published in Outer Edge magazine (Australia).
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Damian Hall took a 7 day Mountaineering Course with Adventure Consultants
Media Release: Friday 21 October, 2011.
The North Face announces partnership with world-renowned mountain guiding company Adventure Consultants.
Paul Kersten from Australia wrote the following article about his experience on an Adventure Consultants Alpine Climbing Course in December 2010. The article was published in the Bunbury Mountain Designs Newsletter www.mountaindesigns.com . Read the article at Alpine Climbing Course - A Climber's Perspective
Two recent articles about Adventure Consultants - April 2010:
Branislav Adamec is an Aspirant Mountain Guide from Slovenia and also the Eastern European Manager for Icebreaker, and he joined us on an Aspiring ascent this summer.
Read the article at http://blog.icebreaker.com/?s=Adventure+Consultants&commit=
Alan Arnette was on our Everest teams in 2002 and 2003 and now provides great coverage of Everest expeditions on his website www.alanarnette.com He writes a blog for Outside magazine and his article on social media interviewed Guy Cotter about how AC has been doing dispatches from our expeditions for over 10 years now!
Read the article at http://outside-blog.away.com/blog/2010/03/tweeting-from-everest.html
New Zealand publication, Canterbury Today, profiles Guy Cotter and Adventure Consultants in May 2009 in an article called Life at High Altitude;
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Wellington, NZ based writer Matt Hancock writes about his mountaineering course with AC for the Dominion Post: There was an Englishman, a Scotsman and a German...
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Guy Cotter writes about his years on Everest from 1992 to 2002 - EVEREST REFLECTIONS FROM THE TOP
He has since returned to Everest guiding and led two highly successful Adventure Consultants expeditions to the top in 2006 and 2007.
John Ewing shares a New Zealand adventure with Guy Cotter in his article - IN VIEW OF ASPIRING
Reproduced courtesy of John Ewing and NZ Wilderness Magazine
Gus Roxburgh profiles two Kiwi adventurers - TRADING IN THE SUBLIME
Reproduced courtesy of Gus Roxburgh and UnlimitedNet
Alex Spence meets with Guy Cotter and joins a Mountaineering Instruction Course in New Zealand - TO THE LIMIT
Reproduced courtesy of Alex Spence and North & South magazine
Shaun Barnett writes about an alpine trip in Mt Cook National Park from the Linda to the Hooker Glacier - AROUND AORAKI
Reproduced courtesy of Shaun Barnett and New Zealand Wilderness Magazine
In June 2002 National Business Review magazine rated Adventure Consultant's 'New Zealand's most exciting tourism company'
Read the article 'Tourism Scales New Heights' at NBR, New Zealand (link currently not working)
Alpinist magazine. Mark is the Operations Manager for Adventure Consultants and is now an IFMGA mountain guide.
Sir Edmund Hillary's passing marked the end of an era in New Zealand and international mountaineering. John Henzell wrote about his funeral in Alpinist magazine, complemented by Mark Watson's beautiful photos. Guy Cotter attended the funeral with his father Ed Cotter, who was part of the 1951 NZAC expedition to India, and AC mountain guide Lydia Bradey, the first woman to summit Everest without oxygen.