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  SummitClimb Pumori 2006


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Follow along as Jay Reilly leads Pumori 2006: The latest news is here

This is the final 400 ft. steep section below the summit of Pumori.

Copyright©Ryan Waters

Climb one of Nepals' 7000 metre peaks, in the shadow of Mount Everest.

Here is the team roster:

Mr. Jay REILLY  Australia, Leader
MR. Philip LING  Australia, Leader In Training
Mr. Dan MAZUR  Bristol, England and Seattle, Washington, USA, Organizer

Mr. Jonas AHLMAN  Sweden
MR. Richard CARLSSON  Sweden
MS. Amanda FITSCHEN  South Africa
MR. Mikael FORSBERG  Sweden
MR. Jack HUDOCK  Maine, USA
MR. Dennis JONSSON   Sweden
MR. John KAZANAS  Australia
MR. Reinhold LOOS  Germany
MR. John PERCY  England
MR. Fritz RADUN  Germany
MR. Wally REISINGER  Canada
MR. Tony SEGELSTROM  Sweden
MR. Bert VELDHUIS  Netherlands
Mr. Matt VULK  California, USA
Mr. Les WILLIAMS  New Zealand

Trekking members:

MR. Will DENNY  England
MR. Eoghan SHARKEY  Ireland
MR. David VLASBLOM  Canada

The dates for the Pumori expedition are: 1 March to 4 April.

Leaders: Jay Reilly, 2 time Pumori and 2 time Ama Dablam summiter.

1. Leader: Jay Reilly, 2 time Pumori and 2 time Ama Dablam summiter;
2. Climbing Sherpas for the group;
3. Transport to basecamp to/from Kathmandu (including round trip domestic flights), for you and equipment, including camping and meals on trek;
4. Yak transport of all equipment from Lukla to and from basecamp;
5. Three hot meals per day on trek, in basecamp and advanced basecamp. Comfortable tables and chairs and dining tent in basecamp;
6. Skillful basecamp and advanced basecamp cooks;
7. All mountain, basecamp and advanced basecamp food;
8. All permit fees and liaison officers;
9. Use of group gear and supplies: rope, ice, rock, and snow anchor protection; basecamp and altitude tents; cookers, fuel, high-altitude food, walkie-talkie radios, satellite telephone, etcetera;
10. Emergency equipment and supplies: medical oxygen, gamow bag, basecamp medical kit, high-altitude medical kits, etcetera;
11. In addition to our top-quality high-altitude tents, we now provide an individual tent (1 tent per person) in basecamp.

 

Millet One Sport Everest Boot  has made some minor changes by adding more Kevlar. USES Expeditions / High altitude / Mountaineering in extremely cold conditions / Isothermal to -75°F Gore-Tex® Top dry / Evazote Reinforcements with aramid threads. Avg. Weight: 5 lbs 13 oz Sizes: 5 - 14 DESCRIPTION Boot with semi-rigid shell and built-in Gore-Tex® gaiter reinforced by aramid threads, and removable inner slipper Automatic crampon attachment Non-compressive fastening Double zip, so easier to put on Microcellular midsole to increase insulation Removable inner slipper in aluminized alveolate Fiberglass and carbon footbed Cordura + Evazote upper Elasticated collar.

Expedition footwear for mountaineering in conditions of extreme cold.  NOTE US SIZES LISTED. See more here.

A cold weather, high altitude double boot for extreme conditions The Olympus Mons is the perfect choice for 8000-meter peaks. This super lightweight double boot has a PE thermal insulating inner boot that is coupled with a thermo-reflective outer boot with an integrated gaiter. We used a super insulating lightweight PE outsole to keep the weight down and the TPU midsole is excellent for crampon compatibility and stability on steep terrain. WEIGHT: 39.86 oz • 1130 g LAST: Olympus Mons CONSTRUCTION: Inner: Slip lasted Outer: Board Lasted OUTER BOOT: Cordura® upper lined with dual-density PE micro-cellular thermal insulating closed cell foam and thermo-reflective aluminium facing/ Insulated removable footbed/ Vibram® rubber rand See more here.

 






 

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