Ski The Himalayas Season 2, Episode 02

Ben Clark and Jon Miller are on a ski expedition to return to 23,390′ Baruntse, their second attempt.

Ski The Himalayas Season 2, Episode 2 glides the team to the pucker-inspiring Lukla Airport in the Khumbu Valley of the Everest region in Nepal. Miller and Clark share the adventure as the pair view the expedition footage often sharing a story “not for air”. The runway is short, the enthusiasm is high and the trail to Baruntse starts here.

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Ski The Himalayas Season 2 Episode 01

Ben Clark and Jon Miller are on a ski expedition to return to 23,390′ Baruntse, their second attempt.
Ski The Himalayas Season 2, Episode 1, transports the story from Colorado to Nepal. ;Miller and Clark share the adventure as the pair views the expedition footage often sharing a story “not for air”.
The adventure begins here, view the Himalayas and discover what the two Schraplinists have to learn.

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Ski The Himalayas Episode 013

“Episode 14 is…Episode 13 ;-) ” the insiders look at the fourteenth of 14 episodes of raw footage used in the upcoming Ski The Himalayas film.
This is the epsidoe with sweet ski footage.

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Ski The Himalayas Episode 012

“That’s life Live it” is the insiders look at the twelfth of 14 episodes of raw footage used in the upcoming Ski The Himalayas film.
Ben Clark, Josh Butson and Jon Miller are trapped high on 23,390′ Baruntse in the Nepali Himalaya. This episode shows the decisions that have to be made to survive and keep climbing in the high Himalaya.

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Ski The Himalayas Episode 011

It’s all about the dreds” is the insiders look at the eleventh of 14 episodes of raw footage used in the upcoming Ski The Himalayas film.

Ben Clark, Josh Butson and Jon Miller are climbing rock and ice up 23,390′ Baruntse in the Nepali Himalaya. This episode begins at the routes most challenging section and leads into a storm that traps the climbers on a ledge at 21,500′ for days.

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