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 Mt. Everest 2005: Everest from the North: June 1st, 2005 almost everyone


Area after the summit pyramid ©EverestNews.com 2004

Update June 1st (early in the day): Ok here is a run down... Maybe somewhere around 124 climbers left to attempt over the next 5 or 6 days. We have NO confirmed Summit pushes on the 31st. The wind was high and there was problems up there, which tends to slow climbers down... We are still waiting to see if anyone left on the 31st. Martin was expected to attempt one of these night... Expect movement by most team below during the day...

First those at high camp

George and Lakpa: (They don't need last names!) We will see if they go soon... They have the "spider" with them... George is going for 7, Lakpa her 5th!

Seven Summits Club, better known on the mountain as the Russians: at are at high camp. They had their Sherpas wait at high camp in case they are needed. But the Sherpas are now getting some time in there. Did not go last night. Some went down, other stayed

Mt. Everest 2005: Martin Minarik: Chess by himself? is at high camp or higher as we speak..

British Commercial Team: Went from camp 1 all the way to camp 3 and met the wind!! (Maybe they should have stayed with Brice at camp 1!)

Others at high camp, include several of the Asian trekking group of independent climbers. No Lakpa is not setting up tents for them and George is not guiding them (An inside try at a joke!)...

Jose Ignacio jijon Soares was at camp 2 or 3 if he moved up...

Johann Goger was at camp 2 or 3 if he moved up...

Camp 2:

Mt. Everest 2005: Indian Air Force Summits Three on Everest: but they had a hard go of it. More on that story later.  They have more to attempt, but unsure of the plan. We were told they have climbers at camp 2 and camp 3.

Indian Army (aka the "girls"): some men too and a bunch of Sherpas..

Camp 1: The Commercial Boys! Last but not least!

The other half of the British commercial Team

Brice's commercial team ... minus one guide... We will let him tell you the story... We do expect a Christmas card.... get out of the way, here comes the boss!

Big Green Everest Expedition: A couple of guys with some Sherpas from Asian Trekking.... They were at camp 1, and planning to head up...

Still going

Mt. Everest 2005: Italian Everest 2005 Record attempt for the fastest ascent of Mt. Everest - North Side Getting ready to SPEED up the mountain on the 3rd, maybe Brice can clear the way...

Norwegian Women's Expedition: Working hard at it... One of them was reported at camp 2, but that is NOT confirmed.

Headed home with Success

Rosa Maria Fernandez: We might make her Queen! She showed the boys how to do it and was first up and headed for home!!

SummitClimb summited 8, in what seems like last year, and headed home days ago...

Mt. Everest 2005: 22 Chinese Summit Everest and they broadcasted live from the Summit of Mt Everest again! the Chinese kicked a serious butt! WOW! Just think if an US team could of done all that...

Vojvodina (Serbs): Summited and headed own and back home..

Norwegian Men report 5 summit plus Sherpas are assumed: They took the Mallory award for the year. Attempt the bastard until we knock it off! They did on the third or so attempt and heading home..

The British Everest expedition reports 7 Summits from the North! and are headed home..

Headed home without the summit

The Finns the story of the missing rope...

Jarle Traa: Went home...

Ken Hill

Catalan Team North Side

Others

Matthew Hood (home) and Jocelyn Dufour (summit and headed home)

Koreans: A story for another day...

KRGZTSTAN EVEREST EXPEDITION Any ideas?

Mt. Everest 2005: Italian Everest 2005 These guys were at high camp the other night and got hammered. We got some reports in Italian, anyone know Italian? We are unsure of details...

The Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP): unknown right now, but normally a team that summits

Arun treks climbers: another story for another day... But coming soon

Ok, who did we forget? e-mail us!

 
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