Support my Everest climb and get a postcard!

Hi my name is Tim Bogdanov and I will be climbing Everest without bottled oxygen this May.

If you would like to support me and get a nice postcard from one of my photos along the way, then check out the options below and dont forget to add your adress!

I will then send you a personal postcard from the Himalayas, Andes or even Everest, that you will receive home to your mailbox!


10 usd support level 1:

Get a postcard from the High Andes or the trek in to Everest basecamp. Please specify Andes or Himalayas location you prefer to get the postcard from together with your name and adress at the donation page. Its also possible to get multiple cards from me 🙂

20 usd support level 2:

Get a postcard from between Everest basecamp 5300m and my camp 2 at 7100m. Please specify adress at the donation page.

50 usd support level 3:

Get a postcard from highcamp at 8000m. Get a postcard from the famous south col between Everest and Lhotse.

100 usd maximum support level:

Get a postcard from the highest point on the planet, 8848m summit of Everest! If I wont reach the summit I will send your money back.

To support from Sweden use swish to nr: +4746220656

Or swish QR code:

To support from Norway use vipps to nr: +4746845664

Or vipps QR code:

To support from other countries use my my gofoundme page:

Thanks for your support! It really means the world to me as I almost dont have any sponsors for my Everest without oxygen climb. And enjoy your unique postcard from me!

Tim Bogdanov

High altitude training in Argentina before climbing Everest in May.

Its been a while since I was in the big mountains. After climbing Manaslu in 2018 I have been focusing on work and training until now. That is because Everest is an expensive climb and I have to pay it from my own pocket.

Finally the time have come to do what I love and Im leaving for Argentina on February 11. I will start of with visiting the Cordon del Plata range outside Mendoza for base acclimatization and get the body used to high altitude. I climbed in the area once before an it offers nice views and summits up to almost 6000m.

After that the idea is to climb Vulcano Tupungato (6500m) from Argentina side. This Vulcano is not frequently climbed from the argentinian side because its remote and the walk in to the summit is about 67km, then you have to get back aswell.

Another challenge is the river crossings on the way in. It migth be impossible to cross. So this one is a bit of a proper adventure with little info and unsure outcome and that makes it very exciting!

In Mars I will be travelling to Fiambala and climb some 6000m plus vulcanoes in the area and also try to sleep inside the crater of the highest vulcano in the world, Ojos del Salado (6893m). That should make for some great acclimatization!

If everything works out fine in Americas I will continue with my Everest plan and climb without bottled oxygen and without sherpa assistance. The only swede that has climbed Everest without bottled oxygen was Goran Kropp back in 1996.

I will need to be in Nepal around April 5 to fix everything for big E and set of as soon as possible to get up on altitude again. The plan is to walk in from lower altitude to get more training and avoid flying into Lukla.

Sometimes I will update my camping position and summits here:

I will be posting most on instagram and share daily stories here:

If I have time I will do something on youtube also and share it on my channel:


Aco walk in 2013

Photo from my walk in to Aconcagua basecamp 2013. On Tuesday starts my trip back to the high Andes mountains!

My long term project shared for the first time in the article below by Limitless pursuits!

Tim Bogdanov: climber and adventurer with an Everest record on his mind

I have been uploading many short videos lately on my Instagram from our Korzhenvskaya climb. Have a look here:


Next up:

Im starting a cooperation with Uplift Foundation here in Kyrgyzstan. More about Uplift I will share later, but if you want to check out their great work with disabled children and their families in Kyrgyzstan have a look here.


Dont stop exploring!