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Mountaineering Quotes

We’ve collected the best Mountaineering Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Arunima Sinha, Isabelle Huppert, Edmund Hillary, Samina Baig, Nirmal Purja. Use them as an inspiration.

For me, making films is like being on vacation, it’s a nice walk. But theatre is like mountaineering. You never know whether you‘re going to fall off or make it to the top.
I like to think of Everest as a great mountaineering challenge, and when you’ve got people just streaming up the mountain – well, many of them are just climbing it to get their name in the paper, really.
Mountaineering is one of the most difficult sports – we are away from routine life for days, living in tents, and it requires high degree of physical and mental strength.
Samina Baig
My favorite food is dahl bhat, the only Nepalese food you can eat on all the expeditions. Everyone from the mountaineering community would know this!
Abundant choice doesn’t force us to look for the absolute best of everything. It allows us to find the extremes in those things we really care about, whether that means great coffee, jeans cut wide across the hips, or a spouse who shares your zeal for mountaineering, Zen meditation, and science fiction.
Life’s a bit like mountaineering – never look down.
Extreme high-altitude mountaineering deserves its place among the world‘s most extreme sports.
Mountaineering helps in developing confidence and when I scaled Mt. Everest, I saw many people connecting with me which inspired me to scale all peaks across the globe.
The Sherpas play a very important role in most mountaineering expeditions, and in fact many of them lead along the ridges and up to the summit.
Rob Hall was, without doubt, the most competent guide in mountaineering.
In all my wild mountaineering, I have enjoyed only one avalanche ride; and the start was so sudden, and the end came so soon, I thought but little of the danger that goes with this sort of travel, though one thinks fast at such times.
Mountaineering is over. Alpinism is dead. Maybe its spirit is still alive a little in Britain and America, but it will soon die out.
Well, the best advice I can ever give to anyone, not only in terms of mountaineering but in general life, is not to listen to anyone. Listen to your heart, believe in yourself and always give 100 percent.
I’ve loved mountains since I was a girl, and when I discovered mountaineering fiction after college, I was hooked.