13 reports for Asia
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|1-28 Sep 2010||Climbing in the Indian Himalaya
(Satopanth, 7075m / 23212 ft)
|25-26 Apr 2008||Climbing Mt. Kinabalu (4095.2M or 13,444ft)
(The Sandarkan Death March ... Part II)
[Mount Kinabalu, Lows Peak]
|22-23 Nov 2006||Mt. Pulag, 9609 ft., highpoint of Luzon Island, Philippines
(A Class 3 drive, Class 1 hike)
|10-13 Nov 2006||Mt. Apo, 9691 ft., highpoint of the Philippines
(A challenging jungle trek.)
|9-25 Oct 2006||Pokalde Peak (19048 ft)
(Yakking About Nepal, 2006)
[Pokalde Peak, Cho La Pass, Renjo Pass]
|18 May - 28 Jun 2006||Kyajo Ri, Nepal
|3 Mar 2005||Bukit Blowout
(the 'high point' of Singapore)
[Bukit Timah Hill]
|3-22 Oct 2004||Climbing and trekking in the Everest region of Nepal
(Island Peak (6165m/20,550 ft) and Kala Patthar (5550m/18,490ft))
[Island Peak, Kala Patthar]
|30-31 Aug 2002||Mt. Fuji
(From the bottom -- the pilgrim's way)
|20-21 Jul 2002||Seeing the Sun Rise First From the 'Land Of Rising Sun'
(Treking Mt Fuji on 20th July 2002)
|20-21 Jul 2002||Mt. Fuji Hike
|20 Jul 1999||What's All This Mt. Fuji Stuff, Anyhow?
|Robert A Pease|
|3 Feb 1996||I'm a Seoul Man; Mt. Paegun-dae
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