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Find Your Finest Moments

Just as the light from a star shines out in the night sky long after it’s gone, the magic of a single moment, not even as long as a second, can shine in our hearts forever.

Subscribe here and learn how to find, and live, some of the finest moments imaginable

Find Your finest Moments is a series of monthly Premium Posts covering the planning, preparation, equipment required and completion of 2 of the most iconic treks in the Himalayas.

Feel the motivation as you follow my preparation and training from now until I depart for Nepal in April 2021 to complete the Annapurna Sanctuary and Everest Base Camp Treks during the Everest Climbing Season.

Follow my journey and receive live updates from among the highest mountains in the world as I complete the treks. This will include a VLOG from Everest Base Camp as I live there for 2 nights among the teams who will be looking to summit the worlds highest mountain.

By clicking the button below and committing to a small monthly subscription fee, you will receive access to all Premium Content as it is released which will include:

  • Monthly Inspirational Article about the routes and mountains I will be ascending as I train in Scotland’s spectacular landscape
  • Monthly Kit Check which will discuss in detail the equipment I will be taking and the pro’s and con’s of this equipment as well as how and when to use it with handy links to buy it on Amazon
  • Monthly training hints and tips related to how I am preparing myself for these iconic treks and how to prepare yourself if you are planning on making one of these or a similar climb
Everest Base Camp 2016

Over the past 6 years I have completed 3 trips to the Himalayas reaching Everest Base Camp in 2016 and a height of 6,140m on the Mera Glacier in 2017. I have also summited over 50 Scottish Munro’s, including some in Winter Conditions and have reached the rim of Kilimanjaro and the summit of Mt Toubkal.

By Sean McBride

I have been travelling regularly, sometimes on the road constantly since I left home to join the British Army at the tender age of 17 more years ago than I care to mention.

Since then I have been in every continent and lost count of the number of countries I have had the pleasure of visiting. From the Silence of the Marlborough Sounds to the endless noise of the motorbikes, trikes and tuc tucs in several parts of Asia. From the luxury of Dubai to the poverty of Mumbai and everything in between.

Ever since a good friend of mine some time ago encouraged me to step out of the Irish Pubs and off the beaten track into the vibe which fires the hearts and souls of the people amongst whom we travelled, I have never looked back.

Now, I want to share this with you to whet your appetite for what's out there and give what practical pointers I can on how to get there and move around.

By all means read my articles and pictures, enjoy my music and videos and meet me either here or on Social Media. I look forward to meeting you.

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