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Expedition 2001 "Anything is Possible"
Guller will attempt to summit Mt. Everest,
the highest mountain in the world at 8,850m,
in Spring 2001. While any attempt at Everest
is one of the greatest challenges one could
undertake, Gary's attempt will be especially
personal. In 1986, Gary suffered a spinal cord
injury in a climbing accident. His neck was
broken and the nerve roots going to his left
arm were pulled out of the spinal cord.
Despite experimental surgery, the paralysis
was irreparable and he made the decision to
have his left arm amputated.
wants to raise awareness and encourage disabled
people that "anything is possible".
Expedition leader Mike
Trueman along with Tunc
Findik will be climbing with Gary and the
ascent will be supported by the finest climbing
Sherpa in the world, including 3-time summiteer Kipa
primary goals of the "Anything is Possible"
expedition are to climb Everest and to raise awareness
and support for the potential of people with
disabilities. If you interested in being a part of
this unique expedition, please e-mail/call
for further information.
our knowledge, Gary will be the first person with only
one arm to attempt to summit Everest, one of the
greatest endeavors in mountaineering history. Gary,
who is also president of Arun
Treks & Expeditions, wants to raise awareness
and encourage disabled people that "anything is
possible". The ascent will be
supported by some of the finest climbing Sherpa in the
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