These are my conclusions after two trips to Nepal during the spring. I spent time in the capitol city of Kathmandu and the more relaxed, environmental and humanity conscious town of Pokhara. I trekked and climbed in both the Annapurna and Everest regions. I love these mountains and the local culture and recommend Nepal… Read More

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A year after his attempt was stopped by a deadly earthquake in Nepal, Red Fox co-founder Vlad Moroz reached the summit of Mt. Everest on Friday, May 20. Moroz and the Russian team were at advanced base camp (6,400 meters) last year when the earthquake struck. Multiple avalanches shook snow and ice loose from the… Read More

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If it’s April, climbing teams from around the world are heading to base camp below the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest. It’s like that every year. This week, Red Fox co-founder Vlad Moroz left St. Petersburg for the journey to Tibet and base camp, as part of a Russian team that last year was at… Read More

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On April, 10th eleven mountaineers will start their expedition to the top of the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest (8848 m). Professional guides will accompany the group, because most of the participants will climb the highest peak on Earth for the first time. Climbing fans will have a unique opportunity to watch the ascent which… Read More

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During October 2014 the Director of Red Fox, Vladislav Moroz and Sales Manager Vasily Voloshin joined an expedition to Ama Dablam (6856m /22,488′) to celebrate Zamberlan’s 85th year making exceptional boots and shoes. Here is the conclusion of an interview with Vlad and Vasily on the Zamberlan expedition. RedFoxNA: There were difficult weather conditions in… Read More

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On October 20th, 2014 the members of the Zamberlan Expedition summited Ama Dablam in Nepal, via the classic southwest route. The expedition was undertaken to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the Zamberlan Outdoor company, makers of fine mountaineering boots. Ama Dablam has been called the Matterhorn of the Himalaya; it’s sharp profile is undeniably similar,… Read More

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