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Im Test am Dom (4545m)

Im Test am Dom (4545m)

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Extreme Camping – High Above the Ground

A group of Russian photographers climbed the Great Pyramid hiding from guards for four hours after closing time before beginning the ascent

The illegal climb.

A group of Russian photographers climbed the Great Pyramid hiding from guards for four hours after closing time before beginning the ascent

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Wolken am Lisengrat

Der Altmann mag uns einfach nicht

Wolken am Lisengrat

Spc. Donsemy Y. Remillo, HHD, 59th Signal Battalion, Joint Base  Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, triangulate his shot group during the M16 Zero/Qualification range January 26, 2012. Spc. Remillo endured -19 degree temperatures during qualification.

Spc. Donsemy Y. Remillo, HHD, 59th Signal Battalion, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, triangulate his shot group during the M16 Zero/Qualification range January 26, 2012. Spc. Remillo endured -19 degree temperatures during qualification.

Sgt. Tailor L. Myrick, C Co, 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, construct a snow cave improvised shelter in preparation for bivouac operations as part of Arctic Light Individual Training (ALIT). ALIT training is an annual requirement for all Soldiers assigned to United States Army Alaska (USARAK). Photo provided by Command Sgt. Maj. Carlos M. Medina.

Sgt. Tailor L. Myrick, C Co, 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, construct a snow cave improvised shelter in preparation for bivouac operations as part of Arctic Light Individual Training (ALIT). ALIT training is an annual requirement for all Soldiers assigned to United States Army Alaska (USARAK). Photo provided by Command Sgt. Maj. Carlos M. Medina.

Twilight Biwaksack von Black Diamond im Test

Twilight Biwaksack von Black Diamond im Test

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