A passionate adventurer, writer and father, Philip Lhamsuren has been roaming the ‘abandoned roads’ of the world since 1997. His first major journey is a return to his Mongolian roots. Having spent years in a refugee camp as a child, trained in the French Foreign Legion, he sets off on a journey of discovery in the vast territories of Central Asia and Southern Siberia. Travelling by foot, in a rickety boat, on horse or camelback he grows up on these journeys and discovers his true self by spending time in Nature. There, surrounded by mountains, silence and the shadows of the campfire he comes up with the idea of expeditions powered by human force alone.
‘The human body is the most honest means of transport; physical effort encourages our spirit to soar and makes us better people’.
His exploration into the limits of body and mind has taken him to dozens of the remotest parts of the world – from Chechnya and the deserts of Asia all the way to the Amazon jungle. Philip believes that we humans should push ourselves not only in pursuit of an active lifestyle but also in order to transcend beyond the boundaries of our own stereotypes.
” Reaching a destination means nothing unless you reach out to yourself
670km x 2 kayak + bike
children camps Beglika
1997 – 1999