Team

Pankaj Lagwal

Pankaj Lagwal

Pankaj is into Climbing, trekking, rafting on the elevations of planet earth since 1995. His quest for climbing and trekking took him to the length and breadth of Himalayas, Patagonia icecap (Chile), Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia (USA). He was the lead climber cameraman on first Indo-Bangladeshi expedition in May’ 2009 to Mt.Makalu (8463 M world's 5th highest peak). Climbed many virgin peaks and opened new trails and routes for trekking. He is a Wilderness first aid Responder with master’s in Philosophy so he always has something to talk about. Pankaj is a keen biker as well.


Shashi Tomar Lagwal

Shashi Tomar Lagwal

Shashi is one of the few female Indian guides. Led numerous trekking and rafting expedition on Himalayas and successfully climbed Draupadi ka Danda 5712m in central Himalayas, BC Roy in eastern Himalayas 5415m. Was in the rafting team (four square world challenge). Shashi has led motor biking trip to the world’s highest pass kardungla (5602 m). And only female bungee jump master in India. Recipient of Duke of Edinburgh, with MBA and Tourism management degree under her belt.


Bud Miller

Bud Miller

Bud is a 26 year climber from Northern California. Having left the comfort of the corporate world in 2010, he now specializes full time in technical rock climbing and is currently working towards rock guide certification from the American Mountain Guide Association (AMGA). Currently, Bud is a member of the world renowned vertical rescue specialists, the Yosemite Valley Search and Rescue Team (YOSAR), and divides his time between both climbing on, and pulling people off of, El Capitan and Half Dome.


Justin Bowers

Justin Bowers

25 years of age, South Carolina, United States Justin has been exploring the outdoors since childhood. He grew up in the southeastern United States. Hiking, camping and rock climbing in the mountains of Appalachia. It wasn't enough and in 2007 he decided to challenge himself with more difficult peaks and ranges. He since has climbed in many ranges including the Cascade, Alaskan, Rockies and Andes. It all started with a summit of Mt. Rainier in Washington State, United States. He spent 6 months of 2008-09 in Colorado snowboarding and climbing his way through winter. At the end of October 2010, he returned from 42 days of climbing in the Patagonian region of Chile. The highlights of his journey being a summit on the Northern Patagonia ice cap and surviving a record setting storm. He looks forward to more travel and exploration on many of the worlds mountain ranges as he continues to learn and teach others.


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