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7summitsRoute Climbed: Tibet, N/NE ridge Date Climbed: 2-june-2005  Sucess!

7summits

Tough climb, very louzy weather all the way up, clear on summitday though with a strong wind all day and night.



Trip report and more pics can be found on my site, see my profile if you want to find out, I am not permitted to post it here.



Everest is a very serious mountain, and this year again underestimated with 6 deaths as a result.



Climb safe,

Harry
Posted Jun 15, 2005 10:02 am

bergclimberRoute Climbed: North Ridge /China Date Climbed: 29.May 2004  Sucess!
Summited 6:45 in the morning just 30min after sunset with a beautiful view over Tibet and the Nepali mountains. The North Ridge: A snow hike to camp3 (8300m) and from there quite demanding climbing to the summit. more informations under www.bergbote.de

cheers, Felix
Posted May 5, 2005 9:45 am

DrazilRoute Climbed: South / Nepal Date Climbed: Spring 2004

Drazil

Although my dream of reaching the summit did not come to fruition, I would not trade my experience for anything!



Nepal was an incredible cultural experience and the people I was with (Mountain Link www.mountain-link.com) , as well as the people I met during the expedition, were well worth the expeirience - speaking specifically of Dr. Luanne Freer www.basecampmd.com and her staff without whom, my trip would have been a tragic one.



(Will post photos before too long)



Namaste



Liz



Posted Aug 12, 2004 1:36 pm

carloselbrusRoute Climbed: South Col. Date Climbed: May 2001

carloselbrus

Mountainmadness Expedition. I reach the second camp at 21,300ft (6.494mts).
Posted Mar 2, 2004 10:35 am

Alan ArnetteRoute Climbed: South Col Date Climbed: May 2003

Alan Arnette

Well, another tough year for me. Reached 27,000' before turning back - between the South Col and the balcony. Last year it was a lung infection with a horrbile cough, this year it was similar but worse above 23,000'. The symptoms were idential to altitude sickness so maybe I was not meant to be that high :)



Anyway, I accomplished my goal of doing my best and getting as high as possible without endangering anyone.



For the full report, please see my website at www.alanarnette.com. Thanks to all at SP (especially William) for your kind words and support. I'l let you know the next big one I go for!!
Posted Jun 21, 2003 4:04 pm

Alan ArnetteRoute Climbed: South Col Date Climbed: 15 may 2002

Alan Arnette

GOING BACK IN 2003! Reached 27,200 feet, 8250m before lung infection stopped my bid. Please see the trip report on Summit Post. Please visit my site after a complete tour of SP. www.alanarnette.com
Posted Jul 15, 2002 12:33 pm

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