Published by Jeremy Jones , Trip Reports

In October 2013 Jeremy Jones and Luca Pandolfi spent three weeks trekking into the Nepalese Himalaya to ride lines on the top of the world. Jeremy rode a successful first descent down a 21,400 ft unnamed peak that will be featured in his new movie HIGHER. This next-level line also landed him the cover and a feature story in the March issue of Transworld Magazine. Go behind the line with Jeremy and photographer Andrew Miller in this awesome new Transworld video about the epic adventure.

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Jeremy Jones, Luca Pandolfi
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Nepal
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Published by Jeremy Jones, Trip Reports
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7 May 2014

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