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  Everest 2007:  


 

Photo Tom West Everest 2004 Expedition©EverestNews.com

11 from Mountain Madness: 7:45 A.M

 1.      Mr. Guillermo Benegas (39 yrs), USA

2.      Mr. Erik Lane Dalzell (24 yrs), USA

3.      Mr. Eirik Tryti (48 yrs), Norway

4.      Mr. Bjorn A.B. Evensen (40 yrs), Norway

5.      Mr. Lhakpa Norbu Sherpa (29 yrs), Namchhe-2, Solukhumbu, Nepal

6.      Mr. Chhonwa Nurbu Sherpa (47 yrs), Chaurikharka-7, Solukhumbu,Nepal

7.      Mr. Nima Ondeki Sherpa (34 yrs), Juving-1, Solukhumbu, Nepal

8.      Mr. Tshering Wnagchu Sherpa (24 yrs), Namchhe-5, Solukhumbu, Nepal

9.      Mr. Ang Pemba Sherpa (28 yrs), Namchhe-7, Solukhumbu, Nepal

10. Mr. Maila Tamang (40 yrs), Narayanthan-6, Kabhre, Nepal

plus one more sherpa name to follow..

 

Asian trekking Summits one on the Dream Team. 9.45Am

1. Mr. Johan Earnst Nilson (38 yrs), Sweden

 
 
 
 May,  2007
 
Press Release
 
 
As per the report of the Liason Officer from the base camp, the following three Nepalese members and one high altitude worker of "Nepal Television -Lions Everest Expedition 2007" team has successfully climbed Mt. Everest (8848 meters) from the normal route on 16 May, 2007 at the following time respectively.

 

  1. Mr. Sonam Sherpa (35 yrs), Beni-9, Solukhumbu, Nepal at 9:15 am.
  2. Mr. Kami  Sherpa (29 yrs), Jantarkhani-9, Okhaldhunga, Nepal at 9:45 am.
  3. Mr. Lhakpa Gelje Sherpa (36 yrs), Tapting-1, Solukhumbu, Nepal at 9:15 am.
  4. Mr. Da Chaamba Sherpa (40 yrs), ,Gudel-5, Solukhumbu, Nepal at 9:45 am.

 

The above mentioned expedition team comprising of four members was permitted to climb 8848m. high Mt. Everest from the normal route for the period of 75 days from 18 April, 2007 under the leadership of Mr. Wongchu Sherpa of Nepal.

 

The handling agency of the expedition team is Peak Promotion Pvt. Ltd.  Kathmandu, Nepal.
Press Release
 
 
As per the report of the Liason Officer from the base camp, the following two Nepalese members and five high altitude workers of "Super Sherpa Everest Abhiyan 2007" team has successfully climbed Mt. Everest (8848 meters) from the normal route on 16 May, 2007 at 8:44 A.M.

 

  1. Mr. Apa Sherpa ( 47 yrs), Thame-7, Solukhumbu, Nepal
  2. Mr. Lhakpa Gelu Sherpa (40 yrs), Juving-1, Solukhumbu, Nepal
  3. Mr. Passang Geljen Sherpa (21 yrs), Juving-1, Solukhumbu, Nepal
  4. Mr. Arita Sherpa (47 yrs), Namche-7, Solukhumbu, Nepal
  5. Mr. Ang Passang Sherpa (39 yrs), Namche-7, Solukhumbu, Nepal
  6. Mr. Pemba Rinjee Sherpa (36 yrs), Juving-1, Solukhumbu, Nepal
  7. Mr. Mingma Tsering Sherpa (25 yrs), Juving-1, Solukhumbu, Nepal
The above mentioned expedition team comprising of two members was permitted to climb 8848m. high Mt. Everest from the normal route for the period of 75 days from 19 April, 2007 under the leadership of Mr. Apa Sherpa of Nepal.

With this summit Mr. Appa Sherpa has successfully climbed Mt. Everest for  17 times as per the records. 

At the same time, standing on the top of the Mt. Everest Mr. Apa Sherpa and Mr. Lhakpa Gelu Sherpa jointly released a travelogue book "Sagarmatha ko Aadhar Sibir bata"written by Mr. Prateek Dhakal on the top of the Mt. Everest on 16th of may, 2007 at 8:45 A.M. This event has made both the record holder climbers as the first book releaser on the top of the Everest relating to travelogue literature, and the above mentioned book has become the first of its kind released on the top of the world.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 
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