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Allie Pepper, Australian Mountaineer & Mont Ambassador Presents Her Story

September 04, 2015

Allie Pepper, Australian Mountaineer & Mont Ambassador Presents Her Story

Allie Pepper is one of Australia’s leading female mountaineers with ascents of three 8000m peaks; Everest, Manaslu and an ascent of Cho Oyu without bottled oxygen.

Allie climbs and guides on high altitude peaks in the Andes and Himalaya, has been supported by Mont on many adventures and we are excited to have her in-store for a presentation evening this September.

Through the evening Allie will share her mountaineering story: from humble beginnings in the New Zealand alps to the 8000m mountains of the Himalaya. She will take you through amazing photos of expeditions she has completed and provide details on upcoming tours she is leading to Aconcagua in Argentina and Mera Peak in Nepal. And you will have plenty of opportunity during intermission to ask her about any of her climbs and the gear essential to her survival.

Customers that attend will go in a draw to win lucky door prizes drawn on the night!

Allie Pepper, Mountaineer and Mont Ambassador
Left photo courtesy of Simon Carter, Insight Photography

When: Thursday 24th of September from 5.30pm
Where: The Mont Shop at 18 Pirie Street Fyshwick ACT 2609
Cost: FREE! Plus lucky door prizes on the Night!

Contact the Mont shop for more info
shop@mont.com.au
02 6162 1661


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