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Expedition Galleries

MOUNTAINEERING

Kilimanjaro | 2002

Elbrus | 2002

Mont Blanc | 2002

Aconcagua | 2003

Denali | 2003

French Alps | 2003

Matterhorn | 2003

Meru | 2003

Kilimanjaro | 2003

Kosciusko | 2003

Aspiring | 2003

Cook | 2003

Vinson Massif | 2004

Mt Shinn | 2003

Cho Oyu | 2003

Everest | 2005

Jebel Toubkal | 2007

Mt Fuji | 2007

Kilimanjaro | 2007

Meru | 2007

Chimborazo | 2008

Cotopaxi | 2008

Kilimanjaro | 2008

Meru | 2008

Kilimanjaro | 2009

Meru | 2009

Ararat | 2009

Ol Doinyo Lengai | 2009

Elgon | 2010

Mont Blanc | 2010

Mount Kenya | 2011

Kilimanjaro | 2013

Karisimbi | 2013

Simien Mountains | 2013

Rwenzori Mountains | 2016

Mount Baker | 2018

Mount Rainier, Cascade Mountains | 2018

Mount Hekla| 2018

Mount Hrutsfjallstindar | 2018

Boundary Peak | 2019

Athabasca | 2019

Mount Batur | 2019

Mount Agung | 2020

Pequeno Alpamayo | 2021

Pico Austria | 2021

Mount Kenya | 2022

Acatenango | 2024

Fuego | 2024

Cerro Chirippo | 2024

Tajamulco | 2024

CYCLING

La Leyenda | 2016

TransAndes Challenge | 2016

La Leyenda | 2017

2003 Cook

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Cook | Aoraki (3,754m)

South Island, New Zealand

December 2 – 4, 2003 | Summit Date : December 3, 2003 | via Lindas Glacier

Climbing Team : Paul Aubrey, Tony van Marken

Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. 

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Kilimanjaro (5,895)m

Tanzania: 16 June 2007…view of Mawenzi from summit of Kilimanjaro

 

Vinson Massif

Ellsworth Mountains... Antarctica... moving to high camp...

 

Everest (8,850)m

Himalayas, Nepal: 31 May 2005…climbing towards Geneva Spur...

 

Denali (6,168m)

Mount McKinley Alaska...June 17, 2003...moving up to Camp 2...

 

Simien Mountains Ethiopia

View from summit of Imet Gogo

 

Cho Oyu (8,201m)

Himalayas, Tibet: 21 September 2004… summit day…

 

Everest (8,850)m

Himalayas, Nepal: 16 April 2005…traversing Khumbu Icefall on the way to Camp 1...

 

Kilimanjaro (5,895m)

Tanzania: 2 July 2013…crossing saddle between Mawenzi and Kibo Hut on Rongai Route

 

Cho Oyu (8,201m)

Himalayas, Tibet: 21 September 2004…descending from summit to Camp 2

 

Everest (8,850)m

Himalayas, Nepal: 31 May 2005…climbing Lhotse Face on the way to South Col...

 

Everest (8,850)m

Himalayas, Nepal: 31 May 2005…climbing Lhotse Face on the way to South Col

 

Mount Shinn (4,660m)

Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica: 16 January 2004…summit of Mount Shinn, 3rd highest peak in Antarctica

 

Kilimanjaro (5,895)m

Tanzania: 21 September 2008…view of glaciers of Kilimanjaro early on summit day

 

Everest (8,850)m

Himalayas, Nepal: 2nd June 2005…below south summit…

 

Cho Oyu (8,201m)

Himalayas, Tibet: 21 September 2004…view of Camp 2...

 

Ol Doinyo Lengai (3,188m)

Rift Valley, Tanzania: 1 October 2009…Sean Disney ascending to summit

 

Mount Meru (4,565)m

Tanzania: 11 October 2003…view of Kilimanjaro from Mount Meru

 

Ol Doinyo Lengai (3,188m)

Rift Valley, Tanzania: 1 October 2009…Matthew van Marken traversing crater rim of Africa’s only active volcano

 

Chimborazo (6,268)m

Ecuador: 6 July 2008…view on final ascent of Chimborazo

 

Ol Doinyo Lengai (3,188m)

Rift Valley, Tanzania: 1 October 2009…Sean Disney descending from summit...

 

Aconcagua (6962m)

Andes Mountains, Argentina : February 2003…moving up to Camp 1

 

La Leyenda del Dorado 2016

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Introduction – Tony van Marken

Tony van Marken is a successful businessman and avid adventurer and has established a reputation as an outstanding motivational speaker. He has led or participated in over 30 high-altitude mountaineering expeditions on seven continents and has climbed numerous classic peaks around the world.  He reached the summit of Everest via the South Col route on June 2nd, 2005, to complete his quest to become the first South African to climb the original Seven Summits, the highest mountain on each of the world’s seven continents.

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