Mr. Honda and Mr. Ngatemba sherpa at Camp
Due to the strong wind they
postponed the summit date as follows. Now, their summit date is on 20th May.
schedule received from our BC Manager Takafumi Tatsuno at Everest Base Camp
5-12: BC to
5-14: C1 to
5-16: C2 to
5-17: C3 to
5-19: C4 to
5-20: C5 to
Summit and back to C4
5-21: C4 to
5-22: C2 to
Japanese team "Team Honda
Everest 2005" led by Mr Michihiro Honda (66) departed to Everest Base camp on
23 March. A three members team is permitted to climb Mt. Everest from normal
route. During their expedition they will set up camp V near balcony and
supposed to attempt the top of the world around mid of May 2005.
A team member Mr Shigeki
IMOTO, who have already made a successful attempt from the difficult route
North-East ridge in 11 May 1995.
1. Mr. Michihiro HONDA (66) -
2. Mr. Shigeki IMOTO (42) -
Deputy Team Leader
3. Mr. Takeshi KODAMA (30) -
BC Manager Takafumi Tatsuno
Mr. Ngatemba Sherpa, who made
a 10th successful of ascent on Mt Everest is climbing with this team.
Sherpa Staff Name of "Team
Honda Everest 2005"
Sherpa - 10 Times Everest Summiteer
Nuru Sherpa - 1 Time Everest Summiteer
Sherpa - 5 Times Everest Summiteer
Rinji Sherpa - 3 Times Everest Summiteer
Chhiri Sherpa - Upto 8000m
Tendi Sherpa - Upto 7000m
Sherpa - Upto 7000m
Sherpa - 7000m
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