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  SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet


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SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Dan arrives in KTM

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Tingri acclimatizing at about 4300 meters.

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Base Camp

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Everest Tibet Basecamp

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Fixed rope Meeting

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Everest Tibet Basecamp Deno Hewson reporting

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Interim camp

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Several New Updates

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Snow and clean up

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Dan and his rbgan  sending in dispatches faster than a speeding Sherpa....

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: The Snow has stopped...

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  summit climb Everest north getting ready to move up

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  Dan Mazur called

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  It snowed

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  Dan reports in....

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  Everest and K2 Summiter Dan Mazur reports in....

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  Everest and K2 Summiter Dan Mazur reports frightening wind-snow storm in camp 2

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Photo Show!

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  John Bagnulo Summits Everest, Bill Yeo waits for another day all safe at ABC

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  Moving up!

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet:  Summits

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: More attempting

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Dan's Turn

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Playing it safe...

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006: Dawa Sherpa completes speed record from North to South Base camp

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Moving back up for some more...

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: To Camp 3 we go...

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: On the way to the summit...

SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet: Olof Sundstrom and Martin Letzter, two summiteers who skied down the summit pyramid!

Everest 2006: Summitclimb Tibet : Everest and K2 Summiter Dan Mazur reports in, everyone is down and safe...

Everest 2006: Lincoln Hall first words were" I imagine you are surprised to see me here."

Everest 2006: SummitClimb Mt. Everest 2006 Tibet

Everest 2006: Sitting to our left, about two feet from a 10,000 foot drop, was Lincoln Hall

Everest 2006: Lincoln Hall picture at Everest ABC

Everest 2006: Lincoln Hall walks into Nepal but has injuries

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