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  Everest 2006: Asian Trekking Everest expeditions Tibet


EverestNews.com has been informed their is some confusion about who was on the various Asian Trekking Everest Tibet Teams in 2006. This can easily be solved by checking the facts. The below list was given to EverestNews.com on April 14, 2006.

Reporters interested in verifying facts can contact

Asian Trekking (P) Ltd
P.O. Box : 3022, Bhagwan Bhal, thamel
Kathmandu , Nepal
Phone : + 977-1-4424249, 4428532,4426947,4411605
Fax : +977-1-4411878

Ang Tshering Sherpa is the owner of Asian Trekking. He is also chairman of the Nepal Mountaineering Association is the best contact. Various Sherpas and Nepalese answer the phone, many will have no knowledge and possibly might be a kitchen boy which can cook good, but best to speak with Ang Tshering Sherpa for facts.

       
  EVEREST  2006 TIBET    
       
1 FANTASY RIDGE EVEREST EXP (USA)    
  CLIMBING MEMBERS CLIMBING SHERPAS  
1 George Dijmarescu Dawa Nuru Sherpa  
2 Dave Watson Lakpa Sherpa  
       
       
2 INTERNATIONAL EVEREST EXP I    
  CLIMBING MEMBERS SUMMIT  
1 Clark  USA  
2 David Sharp UK  
3 Ken USA  
4 Rodrigo Raineri Brasil  
5 Vitor Negrete Brasil  
6 Ravichandran Tharumalingram Malaysia  
7 Studer Wilfried Austria  
8 Sylvia  Austria  
9 Paulo  Brasil  
10 Helena Brasil  
11 Gary Parker UK  
12 Jose Ignacio (Pepe) Equador  
13 Chris Stangl Austria  
       
       
3 7 SUMMITS CLUB EVEREST EXP    
  CLIMBING MEMBERS Nationality CLIMBING SHERPAS
1 Mr. Abramov Alexander Russia Mr. Lakcha Sange Sherpa
2 Ms. Korobeshko Ludmila Russia Mr. Mingma Dorchi Sherpa
3 Mr. Kofanov Sergey Russia Mr.Wong Nima Sherpa
4 Mr. Svergun Igor Ukraine Mr. Pemba Rinjin Sherpa
5 Mr. LANDE VLADIMIR Russia Mr. Lakpa Wangel Sherpa
6 Mr. Rozhkov Ilya Russia Mr. Tenjen Nurbu Sherpa
7 Mr. Ryzhenko Arkadiy Russia Mr. Ang Dorchi Sherpa
8 Mr. PLYUSHKIN IGOR Russia Mr. Ngima Ongdi Sherpa
9 Mr. Pushkarev Vladimir Russia Mr. Mingma Gelu Sherpa
10 Mr. Lorenzo Gariano UK Mr. Pasang Sherpa
11 Mr. Kirk Wheatley UK Mr. Phurbu Kusang Sherpa
12 Mr. David A. Lien USA Mr. Pemba Tenjing Sherpa
13 Mr. Ron Morrow USA Mr. Pasang Gyaljen Sherpa
14 Mr. William Hazelton Tyler III USA Mr. Pemba Nurbu Sherpa
15 Mr. Slate Stern  USA Mr. Ngima Sherpa
16 Mr. Ronald Kevin Muhl South African Mr. Pasang Sherpa
17 Mr. Noel Richmond Hanna UK Mr. Pasang Sherpa
18 Mr. Petter Kragset Norway Mr. Jangbu Sherpa
19 Mr. Torbjørn Orkelbog Norway Mr. Dawa Tenjen Sherpa
20 Mr. Henrik Andre Olsen Denmark Mr. Rinjen Sherpa
21 Mr. Johnny Brevik Norway  
22 Mr. Klaas Harm Kikstra  Netherlands  
23 Mr. Thomas Weber Germany  
24 Mr.Vince Bousselaire USA  
25 Mr. Richard Harris Australian  
26 Mr. Christopher Harris  Australian  
27 Mr. Michael Charles Dillon Australian  
28 Mr. Lincoln Ross Hall  Australian  
       
       
4 ECUADORIAN EVEREST EXPEDITION 2006 SPRING  
  CLIMBING MEMBERS Nationality  
1 Mr. Edison Alfonso Ona Sanchez Ecuador  
2 Ms. Jenny Paulina Aulestia Enriquez Ecuador  
3 Mr. Ernesto Patricio Crausaz Sarzosa Ecuador  
4 Mr. Julio Cesar Mesias Aillon Ecuador  

 

 

 

 

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