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In 2008 Holly became the first woman to skydive Mount Everest. The following year, she raced semi-¬wild horses 1000 kms across Mongolia in just 9 days. Her most recent adventures have taken her back to the Himalayas where she has summited Everest (8848m), Cho-Oyu (8201m), Buruntse (7129m) and snowboarded from the summit of Mera Peak (6500m).
Holly now runs her own conservation project, how many elephants. You can read more at
Holly Budge Interview – Part 1
Holly Budge Interview – Part 2
Holly Budge Interview – Part 3
Holly Budge Interview – Part 4
Holly Budge – What’s your Everest?
Holly Budge – My Best Summiteer Skill
In 2007, entrepreneur and businessman Jules Mountain was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer that would kill him without immediate treatment. Jules endured a 7 hour operation and 4 months of gruelling chemotherapy.
Jules survived the cancer and set about proving to himself that he was still as physically capable after the operation and chemotherapy.
On 25 April 2015 Jules Mountain was at Everest base camp when the worst earthquake to hit Nepal in living memory struck.
Jules returned to Everest in 2016 to make a successful summit.
Jules Mountain Interview – Part 1
Jules Mountain Interview – Part 2
Jules Mountain Interview – Part 3
Jules Mountain Interview – Part 4
Jules Mountain – What’s your Everest?
Jules Mountain – My Best Summiteer Skill