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Geologist Life List

I have gone through several bucket lists in the last decade or so that range from unsubstantial, 'see the Taj Mahal'-type lists, to more physically-demanding, adventurous ones. One that I recently came across was popularised by a blogger called Geotripper way back in 2008. His list was catered for geologists (not that I am one), but was sadly very US-centric. Since I personally never intend to go back to that country Read more
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UNESCO Global Geoparks

UNESCO describes Global Geoparks as "single, unified geographical areas where sites and landscapes of international geological significance are managed with a holistic concept of protection, education and sustainable development". Currently, the list includes 147 geoparks in 41 countries (List updated in December 2019). The four features that are fundamental to a UNESCO Global Geopark are: "In order to become a Read more
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UNESCO (Natural) World Heritage Sites

The World Heritage Site List includes 255 natural and mixed sites that form a part of the natural heritage of the world, which the World Heritage Committee considers as having outstanding universal value. (List updated in August 2019). To qualify as a part of the list, the site must meet at least one of the following four (natural) criteria: vii: "contains superlative natural phenomena or areas of exceptional natural beauty Read more
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Mountains of Malaysia

This compilation came about after I decided to tweak the original list of mountains that I have been using over the past few years, and to narrow it down to just the main prominent peaks, and felt that taking into account their prominence* (or 'independence' if you will) was the best way to do so. The two international mountain classification criterions that I use are P1500 (also known as ultra-prominent peaks, or 'Ultras' Read more
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Peaks of Ireland & the United Kingdom

A 'munro' is a name that has been given to mountains in Scotland that have peak elevations that surpass 914m (historically 3000 feet). 'Furths', on the other hand, are mountains outside ('furth' means 'outside') of Scotland that are located on the British Isles, and also with peak elevations that surpass 914 m. Since there is a combined total of 316 munros and furths, I decided to tweak the list a little and to narrow it Read more
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May 4, 2018 Posted by ramon in Projects

Passes and Peaks of the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT)

Have you ever wanted to rub shoulders with the giants? Well here is a list of high-altitude passes that have an elevation that exceeds 5000m (maximum O2 sat of 55%) that you will 'pass' on the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT) High Route in Nepal. You can also find a list of the 33 peaks that are regulated by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) along with their topographic prominence, as well as a list of the more Read more
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