Nepal Spirit

I am almost packed. Yikes there is a lot of stuff to cram into a small space! I am buzzing with excitement to go back to a place that gives me so much love and kindness among its extremes. So this is the line up:

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The Everest Sky Race

Running 360 km and 12 stages with +18000m and -17000m. There are six passes that are over 5000m altitude and the highest is Tashi Lapsa at 5755 m.

Here is the website: and results will hopefully be posted here during the race as long as the porter with information can run far enough to find internet! (And for those who are interested, I have added my gear list below. I am guessing it is about 8kg).

Manaslu Trail Race

Covering 212km over 7 days and crossing a 5100m pass, we sleep at a monastery, peer over the border into wild Tibet, run above a glacier on the trail to Manaslu Base Camp and enjoy many awesome trails in between. 

This is the website: and I hope for some updates of how we are going during the week, but it again it depends on who, where and when the internet and the porter find each other!

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I hope you can follow me along on another amazing adventure. Nepal…here we come. Namaste!


Compulsory kit:

Back Pack – Salomon SKY 38L

Sleeping bag and silk liner

Waterproof Jacket – Salomon Bonati

Headlamp and spare batteries



Medical Kit – self sufficient

Tape – RockTape

2L Water + water purification tablets


3m rope (8mm minimum)

Crampons (6points minimum)

Helmet (stage 7)

Sleeping mat (stage 7)

Emergency Stove with Fuel

Rations = 3000cal (1000cal lyophilized) – Mulebar and Justins Nutbutter


Survival blanket

Knife + spork

Other Essentials:

Puffa Jacket – Salomon

Hat – Salomon

Merino wool underwear – Icebreaker

Merino wool socks – Icebreaker

Yak wool tights and top – Kora

Warm trousers – Salomon

Travel towel + Biodegradable soap

Salomon Running Essentials:

Tights full length

Shorts/Skorts with exo

T-shirt with zip neck


Compression/exo socks

SLAB shoes





Panaceo antioxidant tablets

FRS energy drink

Coffee shots


3 thoughts on “Nepal Spirit

  1. Dear Frosti,

    have fun and enjoy every minute of doing such a crazy race in the most beautifully terrain of the world! Stay save and come back healthy! Kind regards from Austria, Sabrina

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