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  SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2005 Nepal Updates


Update: Introduction

Update: Dispatch one from KTM

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005 moving up to the hill

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: The Everest-Lhotse expedition reached 3950 meter high Pangboche yesterday

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: We are in 4200 meter Pheriche this morning, and soon will be moving up to 4500 meter high Dugla shortly

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: This is Jason Thomas Writing from Lobuche

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Our team has arrived in Everest basecamp.

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Climbing the big ladder

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Small icefall training course

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: The SummitClimb Everest Basecamp trekkers have returned safely to Kathmandu

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Icefall workers and memories of climbing Everest with Anatoli Boukreev

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: SummitClimb Tents at Camp one on Everest

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Melting snow at camp one on Everest

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: George helicopter back to Kathmandu

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Mike O'Brien reporting in

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Maximo Kausch, from Everest Base camp writing for SummitClimb

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Ms. Maya Sherpa, trying to become the first Nepalese woman on the summit of Lhotse

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Memorial ceremony for Mike's passing

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Assistant Lhotse Team Leader Mark Merwin's statement of his review of the accident site

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Blair Falahey's statement from 3 May, 2005, 1140 am, Everest-Lhotse basecamp.

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Chris O'Brien's recollections regarding the passing of his brother Mike.

Update: SummitClimb Everest 2005: The report from the heart of the Avalanche!

Update: SummitClimb Everest International Expedition 2005: Our Deepest Condolences to the Obrien Family, and All of Mike's Loved Ones and Friends

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Reflections on the Everest camp 1 avalanche

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: moving on

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Reporting in LIVE from camp 3 on the Lhotse face

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Reporting in LIVE from camp 2

Update: Arnold is Back, and he has good news on more summits!: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Reporting in LIVE

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Blair Reporting in LIVE from Everest

Update: Arnold is back: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: camp 3 and the wind is howling

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: The Everest climbers are headed for the summit right now!!!

Update: SummitClimb Everest - Lhotse International Expedition 2005: Personal account of the helicopter accident

Update: SummitClimb Everest  Expedition 2005: Holds at camp 4 on the South Col

Update: SummitClimb Everest  Expedition 2005: some turn back, others continue...

Update: SummitClimb Everest  Expedition 2005: Arnold Coster turns back, 3 others continue...

Update: SummitClimb Everest  Expedition 2005: Three summit Everest on June 5th 2005 South side

Update: SummitClimb Everest Expedition 2005: The team will stay on the south col tonight

Update: SummitClimb Everest  Expedition 2005: 3 summits, and 3 down safe

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