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Less than 48hrs to go!!!
Posted By Mr. Mohammed Al Thani | April 07, 2013

 

In less than 48hrs, Raed, Masoud, and myself will be heading out to climb the highest mountain in the world Mount Everest! I still don’t know why I am doing this. Must be a bug I caught in 2009 while trekking to Everest Base camp.
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My next journey is just around the corner
Posted By Mr. Mohammed Al Thani | March 29, 2013

The time has come for my next journey, this time it will be to the top of the world Mount Everest 8,850m. In 12 Days I will fly to Katmandu where I will meet our guides and Sherpas. This Journey will be my longest, It might take over 45 days to reach the top.

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Summit Day
Posted By Mr. Mohammed Al Thani | September 12, 2012

Summit day was intense, we had to battle against 100km/hr winds snow blasting on our faces and insane incline levels at high altitude. After hours of climbing and pushing we made it to the top of Europe. Usually we get to look around enjoy the views but not on this mountain. We just took our few pictures of glory of my country’s flag, ROTA and Rahhalah’s and headed straight down to lower altitudes where the winds was less and warmer. Read More >

Mount Elbrus Summit 28th Aug (Audio Cast)
Posted By Mr. Mohammed Al Thani | August 28, 2012

Sheikh Mohammed Al Thani is successful in summit of Mount Elbrus the 5th highest mountain of the 7 Summits. Mount Elbrus is located in the western Caucasus mountain range in Russia, near the border of Georgia. Elbrus at 5,642m is an extreme, high altitude climb. Climbing up to 8 hours per day. Summit day is the most demanding portion of the climb, typically involving 8 hours for the ascent and 7 hours for the descent, that is 15hr straight. Read More >

Mount Elbrus - 27th August 2012 (Audio Cast)
Posted By Mr. Mohammed Al Thani | August 27, 2012

Sheikh Mohammed Al Thani is off for climbing of Mount Elbrus the 5th highest mountain of the 7 Summits. Mount Elbrus is located in the western Caucasus mountain range in Russia, near the border of Georgia. Elbrus at 5,642m is an extreme, high altitude climb. Listen to this audio cast to know the progress so far. Read More >

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