Mount Kabru is a mountain on the border between Nepal and India in the eastern part of the Himalayas and is part of a ridge leading south from Kangchenjunga. Its southernmost peak – called Kabru South – with an elevation of 7.318m is the world’s southernmost peak higher than 7.000m. It can be seen trekking Khangchendzonga National Park if you take the detour to Rathong Valley.

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Joerg Bonner looking at mountains and a huge lenticular cloud.

2013… B-Sides and Snapshots


31st of December. Top-Of and Best-Of lists all over the social webs – you’ve probably seen enough of these. Still, this is the time to look back at the past year and so I thought I’d tell the story of my year with the help of a few shots…

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Warm sunrise light on Kabru South in Khangchendzonga National Park

Kabru’s Awakening


If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you may remember my post about the trip to Khangchendzonga National Park in northern India. In this post I talked about the ups and downs I experienced during a 13-day trek through the park – and I…

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Long exposure of Kabru South and Rathong River at dawn

Himalayan Twilight


As some of you (those who are following me either on facebook or google+) may already know, I just returned from a 3 1/2 week trip to the indian Himalayas. Apart from travelling around in jeeps for countless hours, we also spent 13 days…

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