Andrew Brash Update
Unlike the Tibetan side, the journey to base camp in Nepal is largely done on foot.
ìI had lots of time to think today, about what happened in 2006 (I could even see the last bit of the North Ridge for a moment), about the political events that have brought me and others here, and about home and what I am putting people through back there. However, there were some moments today where I did feel truly happy and excited to be here. The mountains here have to be seen in person to be truly appreciated.î Andrew writes in his online expedition dispatch.
The Nepal base camp is 5300m above sea level and only the beginning of the challenges facing Andrew and his team.
We will continue to feature an ongoing update on his climb as part of Breaking Tax and Investment News or you can track his progress by visiting his website http://www.andrewbrash.com/ for live updates from the expedition.
Stay tuned for updates!