Running the breath of Nepal is an undertaking too big for most adventurers to even contemplate. Nevertheless, over the years several have tried and succeeded to cross the country from its Eastern to its Western border. These crossings are not easy to compare because their routes differ in length, in cumulative meters climbed and lost, […]

In 1983 two British cousins, Richard and Adrian Crane ran the Himalayas, from before Kanchenjunga to beyond Nanga Parbat in less than 100 days. back then there was no way to cross the border between Western Nepal and India and so they had to decend onto the flat plains of the Terai to make the […]