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  Everest 2006: 23 more summit Everest


In addition to the climbers who summited on the Summitclimb team from the south last night, 23 more summited, eight memebers (guides plus clients) and 15 more Sherpas. HUGE numbers of summits in 2006.

            As per the message received from the Basecamp (Liaison Officer) the following one member and three High Altitude Workers of "BSF Everest Expedition 2006" team climbed Mt. Everest at 5.45 a.m. on 24th May 2006.

1.      Mr. Sharab Chandub Negi (56), Government Employee, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, India,

  1. Mr. Nawang Karsang Sherpa (39), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 1, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  2. Mr. Pemba Gyalzen Sherpa (32), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 9, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  3. Mr. Rita Dorjee Sherpa (29), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 9, Solukhumbu, Nepal, (Second summit in this season),

            The above mentioned expedition team comprising of 10 members was permitted to climb 8848 meter high Mt. Everest from normal route for the period of 75 days from 3rd April, 2006 under the leadership of Mr. Sharab Chandub Negi from India.

            The handling agency of the expedition team is Asian Trekking Pvt. Ltd., Kathmandu, Nepal.

            As per the message received from the Basecamp (Liaison Officer) the following two High Altitude Workers of "2006 IMG Everest Expedition (II)" team climbed Mt. Everest on 24th  May 2006.

  1. Mr. Tashi Tshri Sherpa (36), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 8, Pangboche, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  2. Mr. Pemba Dorjee Sherpa (44), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 9, Pangboche, Solukhumbu, Nepal,

            The above mentioned expedition team comprising of 8 members was permitted to climb 8848 meter high Mt. Everest from normal route for the period of 75 days from 23rd March, 2006 under the leadership of Mr. David Allen Hahn of USA.

            The handling agency of the expedition team is Great Escapes Trekking Pvt. Ltd., Kathmandu, Nepal. 

            As per the message received from the Basecamp (Liaison Officer) the following two members and one High Altitude Worker of "2006 IMG Everest Expedition (I)" team climbed Mt. Everest on 24th May 2006.

1.      Mr. Daniel George Griffith (56), Mountain Guide, 12th Ave, Invermere, BC, Canada,

  1. Mr. James L. Gagne (42), Fire fighter, Highland St, Ashland, NH, USA,
  2. Mr. Chebi Bhote (32), High Altitude Worker, Hatiya - 3, Sankhuwasava, Nepal.

            The above mentioned expedition team comprising of 8 members was permitted to climb 8848 meter high Mt. Everest from normal route for the period of 75 days from 23rd March, 2006 under the leadership of Mr. Justin Reese Merle of USA.

            The handling agency of the expedition team is Great Escapes Trekking Pvt. Ltd., Kathmandu, Nepal.

            As per the message received from the Basecamp (Liaison Officer) the following six High Altitude Workers of Consultants Everest Expedition 06" team climbed Mt. Everest at 6.05 a.m. to 7.05 a.m. on 24th May 2006. 

  1. Mr. Pemba Chorti Sherpa (34), High Altitude Worker, Namche - 7, Thame, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  2. Mr. Lakpa Tharke Sherpa (25), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 9, Phorche, Solukhumbu, Nepal, (Put off the clothes on Summit for 3 minutes)
  3. Mr. Namgyas Sherpa (34), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 9, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  4. Mr. Furwa Ridar Bhote (22), High Altitude Worker, Hatiya - 1, Sankhuwasava, Nepal.
  5. Mr. Pasang lama Bhote (22), High Altitude Worker, Hatiya - 1, Sankhuwasava,.
  6. Mr. Pemba Gyalzen Sherpa, High Altitude Worker, Khumjung -1, Solukhumbu, Nepal,

            he handling agency of the expedition team is Himalayan Guides Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd., Kathmandu, Nepal. 

            As per the message received from the Basecamp (Liaison Officer) the following five members and three High Altitude Workers of "Consultants Canadian Everest Expedition 06" team climbed Mt. Everest at 6.05 a.m. on 24th May 2006.

1.      Mr. Luis Guillermo Benitez (33), Mountain Guide, Missouri, USA,

2.      Mr. Steven David Moffat (33), Mountain Guide, Wellington, New Zealand,

3.      Mr. Robert Charles Follows (44), Member, Canada,

4.      Mr. Leonard Douglas Stanmore (53), Member, Mississaugu, Canada,

5.      Mr. Katrina Louise Sandling (33), Member, UK,

  1. Mr. Pasang Tenzing Sherpa (29), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 9, Phortse, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  2. Mr. Sangey Dorjee Sherpa (28), High Altitude Worker, Khumjung - 3, Phortse, Solukhumbu, Nepal,
  3. Mr. Lakpa Tenzing Sherpa (36), High Altitude Worker, Gudel - 4, Solukhumbu, Nepal.

                       The handling agency of the expedition team is Himalayan Guides Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd., Kathmandu, Nepal.

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