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Mandy Moore Took To Instagram To Share New Photos From Her Mt. Everest Adventure

Published Fri May 24 2019 By Andrew
Mandy Moore Took To Instagram To Share New Photos From Her Mt. Everest Adventure

Mt. Everest adventure photos shared by Mandy Moore on Instagram.

Mandy Moore is already knees deep in her next adventure!

The 'This Is Us' star shared a series of clicks on her Instagram page this Wednesday through which she let the world in on her escapade to Mt. Everest adventure.

As a matter of fact, this sure isn't the first mountain journey the prolific actress has embarked upon. Moore climbed atop Mt. Kilimanjaro last year and commenced her "Everest viewing trek", earlier this week. 

 
 
 
 
 
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I went into this Everest viewing trek relatively blind. Not unprepared, mind you...but I wanted to venture forward into the unknown with an open mind and heart and as free of expectations as possible. I also knew we were in extraordinary hands with our friend/ @eddiebauer alpine guide and Everest extraordinaire @melissaarnot (she’s summited 6 times and guided the Basecamp trek between 35-40 times so this isn’t her first rodeo). Once we arrived in Kathmandu and had our de-brief about what the next 10 days of our life we’re going to look like, it became abundantly clear that this experience was going to be one of physical discomfort, personal challenge AND fundamental spiritual growth. Sign me up. We also decided as a group to refer to our trip as a Everest viewing trek incase our plans deviated from the original goal of making it to base camp, placing greater importance on the journey and not the destination. In addition to living out this bucket list dream, being gently placed in this middle of this extraordinary country of Nepal and bearing witness to the customs and culture of the Sherpa people has been spellbinding. So much to take in, in every way. 3 days in, I’m writing this from 11,500 feet, tucked away in the terraced village of Namche (also known as the Sherpa center of the Khumbu Valley) as transparent clouds of mist seem to obscure our view of the hustle and bustle below and then just as quickly, glide away to reveal the towering peaks of Kongde Ri and Kwande La. We’ve been acclimatizing here for the past 2 days, taking on some day treks to help prepare our bodies and breath for the travels ahead. Not sure what awaits us on the road today but this group is in it all together (with all the snacks and milk tea one could ever want)! Stay tuned.... #whyihike #ebpartner

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The actress mentioned in her caption about going into this viewing trek rather blind "not unprepared, mind you". However, she also added that she had the least expected and is keeping her heart and mind as open as humanly possible.

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The actress also took it upon herself to thank her friend and alpine guide, Eddie Bauer and Melissa Arnot, Everest extraordinaire. To add up, the caption also emphasized on Arnot's achievement about how she summited 6 times and guided the Basecamp trek between 35-40 times.

Moore further expressed how she found out about "physical discomfort, personal challenge, AND fundamental spiritual growth" she was going to endure with for 10 days, right after her arrival and debrief in Kathmandu. She articulated feeling quite spellbound by the beautiful country of Nepal and went on to add her awe while witnessing the Sherpa culture of the country.

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The totally apt season to climb Everest is in late May, so not just anyone can embark the journey to the highest destination on earth but Bear Grylls did in 1998.