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  Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition Updates


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Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition Introduction

Update: dispatch one from Kathmandu

Update: dispatch two from Kathmandu

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Itinerary

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: dispatch three from Namache Bazaar!

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Greetings from Lobuche!

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Greetings from Base camp, almost like home with hot water for showers!

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Hello from Everest Base Camp!

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: We had our puja and honored the mountain Gods.

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Our entire group climbed through the Khumbu icefall

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Our climbing team is enjoying a beautiful sunny rest day.

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Camp One

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Hello from Everest Base Camp!

 

Update: April 19th: Hello again from base camp!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Chris and Kay have been up at Camp I the last two nights

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Hello from camp 2!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Greetings from camp 2!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Back at base camp

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: The Farther One Goes, The less one knows.

 

update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Moving up the hill

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Camp 1 was avalanched

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Camp 3 Bound!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: We climbed to camp 2 yesterday

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Christine Boskoff calling from Camp 3 on Everest

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Last night we slept at camp 3, finally!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Bouldering at 17,500 feet!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: High winds still prevail on top of Everest

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Chillin' at base camp!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Working together

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Summit bound!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Hello from Camp 2!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness Expedition: Wait at camp 2

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness moves up to camp 3!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness at camp 4!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness starting the Summit push!

 

Update: Mt. Everest 2005: Mountain Madness: Willie summited!

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mountain Madness summits 14!

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mountain Madness summits 14: 14 down to camp 4

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mountain Madness summits 14: Down to camp 2

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mountain Madness summits 14 and now time for dinner!

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mountain Madness summits 14 and hello from Kathmandu and soon off to Pakistan

Since 1994, Mountain Madness has led 29 team members on successful expeditions to Everest's summit.  This year's Everest expedition will approach the mountain from the Normal Route--ascending through to the South Col from the Khumbu Glacier, and continuing to the summit via the Southeast ridge.

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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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