Update: As per the report of Liaison
officer and Team Leader, the following members of Alpine Ascents
International Everest Expedition II - 2005 team has been successful to scale
8848 meter high Mt. Everest on 2nd June, 2005.
2nd June, 2005
1. Mr. David C. Morton (34
Yrs), Leader, Mountain Guide, Seattle, WA, USA
2. Mr. Jose Luis Peralvo (39
Yrs), Member, Mountain Guide, Quito, Ecuador
3. Ms. Danielle Fisher (20
Yrs.) Member, Student, Bow, WA, USA
4. Mr. Anthony Peter Van Marken
(41 Yrs), Member, Investor/Consultant,
Franschhoek, South Africa.
5. Ms. Esther Colwill (31 Yrs),
Member, Consultants, British Citizen,
Home Address : Alberta,
6. Mr. Lakpa Rita Sherpa (39
Yrs.), Sirdar, Namche-7 Thame, Solukhumbu, Nepal
7. Mr. Ningma Tshering Sherpa
(36 Yrs), High Altitude Worker, Namche-7, Thame, Solukhumbu, Nepal.
8. Mr. Kami Rita Sherpa "B" (27
Yrs), High Altiude Worker, Namche-7, Thame, Solukhumbu, Nepal
9. Mr. Tsheri Sherpa (32 Yrs),
High Altiude Worker, Namche-9, Solukhumbu, Nepal
10. Mr. Nima Nuru Sherpa (24
Yrs), High Altiude Worker, Namche-4, Theso, Solukhumbu, Nepal.
11. Mr. Tshering Dorje Sherpa
(35 Yrs), High Altiude Worker, Juving-1, Kharikhola, Solukhumbu, Nepal.
The 9 members Alpine Ascents
International Everest Expedition I - 2005 team was permitted to climb 8848 m.
high Mt. Everest from South East Ridge for the period of 75 days from 30th
March, 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Vernon E. Tejas of USA.
Vern Tejas, Willi Prittie, Dave
Morton, Jose Luis Peralvo, and Lakpa Rita Sherpa will lead the Alpine Ascent
team on Everest this Spring. They will attempt the standard South East ridge
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