Mark Lewis

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30th October 2007

Mark has been actively involved in climbing and mountaineering for the past 19 years. He was introduced to climbing in the European Alps in 1992 and has climbed many peaks there over the years. In 1995 he first visited Nepal and summited Mera Peak, the highest 'trekking peak' in the Himalayas and went on to summit Ama Dablam and reach the South Col of Everest in 1997. Expeditions to Evererst, Kanchenjunga, Broad Peak and treks to Nanga Parbat, K2 and Everest and have given Mark the technical experience and management skills he brings to his guiding and mountaineering instruction.

Mark is a qualified Mountain Leader and qualified Mountain Instructor (The highest award in the UK for instructing rock climbing and mountaineering)who lives between South Wales and the Peak District with his wife Elizabeth and Son Joshua.

When Mark is not leading or managing expeditions he can often be found writing books, producing adventure films and running charity climbs across the country.

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  1. April 2010
  2. Mark Lewis reviewed Zócalo (Plaza de la Constitución) in Mexico City, Mexico

    This is the world's second largest city square (240 m × 240 m) – after Red Square, an expanse of public space paved using stone from the Aztec palaces and temples that once stood on this spot.  So this is not only a large space, it's als…"

  3. October 2007
  4. Mark Lewis reviewed Rock Climbing in Pembroke in Wales, United Kingdom

    This is an awesome country that we live in and often take for granted. Before breakfast you could get up, grab a surf board and head into the sea for some of the best surfing in the country, after breakfast you could head inland and paddle some of the…"

  5. Mark Lewis rated Rock Climbing in Pembroke