Just excellent ! As we say in Spain
many thanks indeed, got lucky with the weather, regards.
Fantastic shot and congratulations on summiting. That’s an amazing accomplishment.
many thanks. Lucky with the weather, great team.
well done well done!
cheers, a great and lucky climb.
Looks like an awesome day! Congrats!
Going for all seven? I see Denali and Aconcagua. You've done the toughest ones...
Hi, yas, got lucky with the weather, just got Elbrus, Kili. and Carstenz to go.
Alistair! Everest is one of my dreams. Let me ask something to you. Why did you use oxygen? Weren't you confident enough for not using it?
Thanks for sharing your photos
Thanks for the question. Used oxygen as all the team did, safer, warmer, think better, etc.
My deep respect to all your marvellous successes. Very am glad for you.
That summit behind you seems to be taller. ;) Seriously though, congratulations on your accomplishment.
Talk about an achievment! How long has this bad-boy been on your list of "to-do" peaks?
Ever since I met Chris Bonington in 1976, cheers, Alistair.
Man congrats on the summit.It seems another person has climbed the mother goddess.I spent some time at Everest base camp last year on an Island Peak climb and Everest just kept calling my name.I hope to get on that summit next fall.Again though good job.
This is one hero pics that deserves ALL RESPECT! How many hundreds of miles could you see. The weather looks completely perfect for Everest.
Unbelievable weather, could see for absolutely miles, I've never had a better summit day, cheers, Alistair.
Congratulations on your summit and getting down safely!
Is that Kangchenjunga, 28,169 ft. in the distance?