8000 Meters Facts
Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007 : Dispatch One
Hello Everestnews.com, I am back!
I will be leading Summitclimbs Everest
Tibet expedition this year.
After succesfully scaling Everest from
Tibet in 2004 and two expeditions from the south in 2005 and 2006, I am in
Tibet once again to help my team members scaling Everest this year.
Arnold Coster, expedition leader
Crampton Phil, assistant
Right now I am very busy with all the
preparations her in Kathmandu. Tomorrow morning a truck full off supplies
will head to Everest basecamp already. The truck will meet our Tibetan staff
in BC to set up our camp. On this trip we will use a mixed Sherpa and
Tibetan team as our staff
Nima Dorje Lama, assistant cook
Maya Sherpa, one of the few female
Yun Dan, Tibetean climber
Awang Denzing, Tibetean climber
Bian ba Tsering, Tibetean Climber
Jianggiu, Tibetean Climber
Qiang Ba. Tibetean Climber
Lousang Ouzhu, Tibetean Climber
So that is it for now, the next couple
of day our member will arrive in sunny and warm Kathmandu.
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