|Tim Macartney-Snape - Recent Media Coverage|
Some Media articles about Tim Macartney-Snape.
On the 9/5/98 a feature story appeared about Tim in The Australian Newspaper's colour weekend supplement the Weekend Australian Magazine :
"There are even higher mountains, deeper gorges, more frightening terrain inside our heads than in the physical world."
A feature profile of Tim was presented in the June/July 1998 edition of the Outdoor Australia Magazine :
"John Turner spends a month exploring a forgotten corner of Nepal with mountaineering legend Tim Macartney-Snape and ends up discovering the key to an enigma."
A six page profile of Tim in the June 1999 edition of Inside Sport :
"Even among his fellow elite mountaineers, Tim Macartney-Snape is regarded as a climber of freakish ability. Twice he has stood on top of the world. Many times faced death. Always he has survived."
On the 28/8/99 The Australian newspaper recognised Tim as one of this century's greatest Australians. In a special colour magazine titled "This Living Century" Tim was listed with nine other Australian Adventurersincluding Douglas Mawson and Charles Kingsford Smithas "People who shaped our Nation".
"Macartney-Snape once wrote that adventure, as one form of the search to understand the truth, should be vigorously defended."
Click here to read this Australian article.
The Book of Success by Ben Collins in 2004 featured a chapter written by Tim.
"The Book of Success celebrates achievment. It is a collection of first person stories by normal Australians who have achieved the abnormal."
In June 2005 Men's Health Magazine profiled Tim.
On the 12/1/08, Tim's tribute to Sir Edmond Hillary appeared in the Herald Sun Newspaper, titled Master of Everest.
The 2010 book, Celebrating 50 years of Australian Mountaineering Feats and Friendships in Nepal, published by the Australian Embassy Nepal included a chapter about Tim.
"Clarity of vision has been the focus for celebrated Australian Mountaineer Tim Macartney-Snape..."