Nepalese mountaineer and former elite soldier Nimsdai Purja (Beyond Possible) conquered the world’s 14 highest peaks in the space of just six months and recently led the first-ever successful winter ascent of Pakistan’s K2. Royal Marines Sniper, world record-breaker and extreme TV adventurer Aldo Kane (Lessons From The Edge) is known for his ability to navigate and lead through challenging and pressured environments, whether it be abseiling into an erupting volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo or rowing the Atlantic. They share their stories of making the impossible possible with adventurer and conservationist Bex Band (Three Stripes South).

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Beyond Possible Lessons From the Edge: Inspirational Tales of Surviving, Thriving and Extreme Adventure Three Stripes South: The 1000km thru-hike that inspired the Love Her Wild women's adventure movement


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