Here is a brief run down of our plan during the approach section of the sea to summit. This section will get us from the road end to Denali Base camp. Approach time: 7-10 day Starting: Tuesday 25th April Distance: 84km Method of travel: Touring on Ski’s and a split snowboard towing a sled each… Read More
Location- Petersville Road, Peters Creek Distance- 148km Running Time 15hrs 45min Song of the day- Dub me crazy (Bulletproof) Thought of the day- When do you listen to pain and when do you ignore it? Thank you- Mike and Rich, everyone who sent messages of support, God, family and Lynnruss Notes- For some reason, I… Read More
For those who may have missed the posts about this mission, I am currently in Guangzhou, China on route to Tanzania to guide a group of seven adventurers up Mt Kilimanjaro on New Years morning. Adventure travel company World Expeditions and Sea2summit7 have joined together to organise this charity expedition supporting the Mental Health Foundation of NZ. … Read More
It has been just over 4 months since my ankle injury so I thought I better return to action in style! The van is fully loaded with mountaineering, snowboarding, mountain biking and camping gear so we are ready for any situation that may pop up. Scotty (NZ’s Channing Tatum and colleague of mine) and myself… Read More
This week I had the privilege of sharing the Sea2summit7 story with the senior students from Mount Albert Grammar School and Waitatuna Primary School in Waikato. The talks were focused around the amazing legacy Sir Peter Blake has left and how it has inspired my journey. “in order to achieve great things, you must believe… Read More
This was at the BYATA conference in Rotorua last year. A 40 minute talk cut to six minutes.
Breathing is something that you take for granted until it becomes difficult. Functions like breathing, walking and sleeping we do autonomously and it is only when you are struggling to do the first two and yearning for the later that you start to value the simpler perceived functions of our body. How different would your… Read More