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  Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Expedition Updates


Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Expedition Moving up to base camp

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Expedition: An internet cafe and the highest bakery in the world

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Expedition Thyangboche, 3,810m

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Expedition On the trail to Dingboche

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Expedition Dingboche: A day to rest and recuperate

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Expedition Yak traffic jams

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005  Live satellite telecast from Everest Base Camp to Schools

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Everest Base Camp

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005 Hockey Finally!!

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Special live satellite telecast to schools across Canada from Base Camp

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Gorak Shep & Everest Base Camp

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Eat well, keep fit and say your prayers

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Kathmandu and Camp One

Update: Camp One and Thailand

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Base Camp and Bangkok

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Harold and Sean starting acclimatizing to life at Base Camp

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Drama on the mountain

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: We have an inch of fresh snow and a missing penguin

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Bad weather slows us down

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: A day in the life at Base Camp Diary by Harold Mah

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: We get ready for tomorrow’s journey through the Ice Fall

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Energy drinks and Snicker bars

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Sean is still suffering from a respiratory bug

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: The view from the Lhotse face

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: The sherpa highway

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Very happy Very strong

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Messages to the family and friends of Canadian Dr Sean Egan who died on Mount Everest

Update:Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Sean’s spirit continues to live

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: The long descent

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: From Lukla – the last report

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Sean Egan – a personal memory

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Greetings from Kathmandu, from Harold Mah, Anne Egan and Seamas Egan

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Ode to Sean

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Home and almost home…

update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Funeral Arrangements for Dr Sean Egan

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: Another Dr Sean Egan Story

Update: Canadian Mt. Everest 2005: The sun shines on Sean's memorial service

 

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A cold weather, high altitude double boot for extreme conditions The Olympus Mons is the perfect choice for 8000-meter peaks. This super lightweight double boot has a PE thermal insulating inner boot that is coupled with a thermo-reflective outer boot with an integrated gaiter. We used a super insulating lightweight PE outsole to keep the weight down and the TPU midsole is excellent for crampon compatibility and stability on steep terrain. WEIGHT: 39.86 oz • 1130 g LAST: Olympus Mons CONSTRUCTION: Inner: Slip lasted Outer: Board Lasted OUTER BOOT: Cordura® upper lined with dual-density PE micro-cellular thermal insulating closed cell foam and thermo-reflective aluminium facing/ Insulated removable footbed/ Vibram® rubber rand See more here.

 






 

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