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  Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006  Dispatches


 

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Getting caught up

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: April 3 - Deboche

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Lobuche Friends, family and loved ones

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Base Camp

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: routine of Base Camp

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Base Camp

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Friends, family and loved ones

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: 5400 Meters

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: The best laid plans of mice and men

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Hello everyone from Camp I

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Deaths in the Icefall

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Camp one

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Camp Two

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Vern checks in from Camp Two

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Smiling faces

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: A dark and stormy night

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Hello and Namaste!

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: We take our rest seriously.

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: April 30 - Camp One

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Camp Two

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Camp Three

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: 7200 meters

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: 5400 meters

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: May 8 - Deboche

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: May 11 - Deboche

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Namaste to all from Everest BC

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: May 13 - Base Camp: 5400meters

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: May 14  Base Camp

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Camp 2 hashbrowns

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: We"re on the way to the summit!

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Climbing Team Returns to South Col

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: On the Way to the Balcony

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: 2nd Group Arrives at South Summit!

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents SUMMITS Everest

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Everyone is on the Top!!!

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: First summit Team is Back at Camp 4

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Everyone Is Safe Back at the South Col

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Back at Base camp

Mt Everest 2006: Alpine Ascents Everest 2006: Final Dispatch

 

 

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