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  Mt. Everest 2004: Monterosa International Everest Expedition 2004


For the latest News on this expedition see here

Ganesh Neupane Managing Director at Monterosa Treks & Expedition is one of the many Sherpa companies running low cost expeditions to Mt Everest. They have organized this expedition for 2004. Many of these climbers will be climbing independently.

Mr. Miroslav  Hrad
Age: 26
Job Title: Student
Member-Czech Republic
Mr. Palacky Miloslav
Age: 50
Job Title: Engineer
Member-Czech Republic
Mr. Louka  Oto
Age: 48
Job Title: Lecturer
Member-Czech Republic

Mr. Jose Sanz Arranz
Age: 34
Job Title: Teacher
Member - Spain

Mr. Willem Van Rooijen
Leader - Age: 37
Job Title: Electrician
Member - Netherlands
Mr. Nick Nielsen
Age: 29
Job Title: Student
Member-Greenland
Mr. Ronald Doorakkers
Age: 35
Job Title: Manager
Member - Netherlands
Mr. Rex Snelder
Age: 37
Job Title: Manger
Member - Netherlands
Mr. Dawa Gel Sherpa
Everest Summiteer
Age: 32
Climbing Guide (Nep
Mr. Prem Lakpa Sherpa
Amadablam/Baruntse  Summiteer
Age: 35  (Nepal)
Mr. Tok Bdr. Khattri
Expedition Cook
Age: 32
 (Nepal)
Mr. Bal Bdr. Naupane
Assist. Cook 
Age: 39
 (Nepal)
     
Keshab Basnet
Assist. Cook
Age: 41  (Nepal)
     

Mountaineering Expedition: Tibet Side

A number of Himalayan peaks from 6000m. & more lie in Tibet which are open for foreign climbers. Monterosa Treks & mountaineering expedition is fully organise to provides any logistical support of any kind of expeditions from obtaining permission, providing support crews including high altitude climbing assistants & porters to facilitating Customs clearances.

Itinerary:

29 March 04 Day 01 Arrive Kathmandu & transfer hotel
29 March 04 Day 02 Kathmandu
30 March 04 Day 03 Kathmandu
31 March 04 Day 04 Drive Zhangmu, Hotel
01 April 04 Day 05 Drive to Naylam, Hotel
02 April 04 Day 06 Rest Day for Acclimatized
03 April 04 Day 07 Drive to Tingri
04 April 04 Day 08 Rest Day for Acclimatized 
05 April 04 Day 08 Drive Chinese Base Camp
06 April 04 Day 09 Chinese Base Camp 5400m.
07 April 04 Day 10 Chinese Base Camp
08 April 04 Day 11 Chinese Base Camp to Middle Camp load carry by Yaks
09 April 04 Day 12 Middle Camp - Advance Base Camp of Everest 6400m. 

10 April - 25 May 2004 Day 13-58 Climbing Period of Everest 8848m.

26 May 04 Day 59 ABC - Base Camp
27 May 04 Day 60 Drive to Tingri
28 May 04 Day 61 Drive to Zhanmu
29 May 04 Day 62 Drive Border exit and drive to Kathmandu.
30 May 04 Day 63 Kathmandu
31 May 04 Day 64 Kathmandu
01 June 04 Day 65 Final Departure

 

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