Indian ultramarathon runner Kieren D’Souza sets another groundbreaking record, completing the speed attempt on the 6001m peak in just 19 hours and 38 minutes.
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.
The Everest Runway set a Guinness World Record for the highest altitude fashion show, but focused on raising awareness about climate change, our footprint, and sustainable fashion.
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.
In an alpine-style journey for the ages, Peter Van Geit has just embarked on a 2,500 km self-supported journey across 100+ Himalayan high passes in Himachal, Ladakh, and Uttarakhand.