Peter Van Geit sets out on an alpine style "ultra-journey" through Maharashtra, India to climb 200 historical, yet largely unknown forts to everyday travelers.
Peter Van Geit completes his self-supported, alpine style journey through over 120 high altitude mountain passes across the remote Himalaya despite landslides and flash floods.
After the onset of the Northeast monsoon in the lower Himalayas, Peter Van Geit moves on to the high altitude rock desert of Ladakh in the Jammu and Kashmir region.
In an unprecedented Himalayan snowfall, ultra-runner Peter Van Geit breaks out his ice axe to access undocumented passes in the High Himalayas.
In his first contact since embarking on a 2,500 km self-supported journey last month, Peter Van Geit ventures deeper into the most remote corners of the Himalaya.
Peter Van Geit, wilderness explorer, ultra-runner, Founder of the Chennai Trekking Club, shares the field notes from his 1500 km alpine-style run across 40 high altitude passes the Himalaya.