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Avinash Aujayeb

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More of a cyclist than climber now.

Have climbed (Apline/Winter/Sport)
- New Zealand (Mt Cook, Aspiring, Ellie De Beaumont, Hoschetter, Remarkables etc)
- Picos De Europa and Naranjo De Bulnes
- Railay,Thailand, Osp,Slovenia,El Chorro, Spain, France and Switzerland
- Trad climbing in Arapiles, Australia and Blue Mountains + Mt Koszciosko 2012
- Skye 2014, attempt on ridge traverse
- Mt Kinabalu, Malaysia in 1 day(from 1700m to just over 4000m)
- New routing in Mauritius
- Mt Kilimanajaro,Tanzania
- Winter Climbing in Morocco - Toukbal and quite a few mixed routes
- Winter Scotland (Tower, Curved, Douglas Boulder ridges, Morwind, Fiacall buttress etc etc) and Lake District ( many gullies, Viking Buttress etc)
-Over 10 trips to the European Alps 2010-now- Dent du Geant, Forbes Arête, Tour Ronde, Castor, Pollux, Breithorn, Matterhorn, Aiguille du Tour, Gran Paradiso, Weissmies,Lagginhorn, Fleishorn etc etc)
-Ice climbing, Rjukan- hated it! Too dark and cold.

I have also completed many long distance treks. I have hiked in many parts of Europe, islands of the Indian Ocean, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, and some countries in Africa

Location
UK/Mauritius

Best Climbing Experience
Expedition to Spantik, Pakistan
Left Edge Route on Mont Blanc du Tacul
Winter ascent of Tower Ridge, Ben Nevis

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Personal Webpage
https://www.strava.com/athletes/10650014

About My Photography
https://www.flickr.com/photos/avinashaujayeb/albums

Photo Gallery
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I've voted for 119 photos, average vote 4.0.
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Anything Else We Should Know
I am doctor, specialising in Respiratory Medicine. I have published extensively, and write for a variety of magazines and newspapers and online journals, not only on medical matters, but adventure/climbing topics

I love travelling and climbing has always been more about exploration than anything else. I will rarely go to the same place twice.


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