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  List of Mountaineering Expeditions likely to visit Pakistan during 2005 


Copyright©Billy Pierson

List of Mountaineering Expeditions likely to visit Pakistan during 2005

S. No. Name of Expedition / Name of Peak Leader Name Number of Members Coming on / Period Available
1 South Africa Trango Tower 6239m Expedition 2005 Mr. Wojciech Modrzewski 11 1/7/05
2 Norwegian K2 8611m  Expedition 2005 Mr. Rolf Bae 05 Arrived
3 Ireland K2 8611m Expedition 2005 Mr. Terence Banjo Bannon 12 07/6/05
4 French Nanga Parbat 8125m  Expedition 2005 Mr. Arvis Philippe 07 20/6/05
5 German Spantik 7027m  Expedition 2005 Mr. Kern Bernard Hermann 08 28/7/05
6 British K-7 6934m Expedition 2005 Mr. David Roy Lampard 06 15/7/05
7 Switzerland Saraghrar Peak 7208m Expedition 2005 Mr. Jean Michel Zweiacker 09 12/6/05
8 Korean Gyeonggi Gasherbrum I 8068m Expedition 2005 Mr. Nam Sang Ik 10 01/6/05
9 Japan Hokkaido Skilbrum 7360m Expedition 2005 Mr. Koichi Ezaki 07 01/7/05
10 Japan Gumma Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Kemmochi Noriyuki 06 27/5/05
11 United States Link Sar 7041m and Dansam Peak 6666m Expedition 2005 Mr. Steven Sweson 04 24/6/05
12 Chile Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Christian A. M. Cuq Maggi 05 15/5/05
13 Japan K2 8611m Expedition 2005 Mr. Takeshi Ono 02 25/5/05
14 Switzerland Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Andre Georges 02 27/5/05
15 UK Muztagh Tower 7284m Expedition 2005 Mr. Bruce Normand 07 15/7/05
16 Sweden Gasherbrum II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Christian Danielsson 07 20/6/05
17 New Zealand / USA Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2005 Mr. Martin Walter Schmidt 10 06/6/05

 

18 Italian Gasherbrum II (8035m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Gian Battista Bissi 08 12/7/05
19 Spanish Catalan Banova Gasherbrum II (8035m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Juan Cardona Tarres 06 13/6/05
20 Spanish Andalucia Gasherbrum I (8068m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Manuel Gonzalez Diaz 10 18/6/05
21 China Tibet – Pakistan Gasherbrum I (8068m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Sam Drug 14 15/5/05
22 Japan HAJ Chogolisa (7665m) and Baltro Kangri (7240m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Iwazaki Hiroshi 7+7=14 27/5/05
23 Spanish Baintha Brakk (7285m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Jose Carlos Tamayo Gegundez 03 28/5/05
24 Korean Rupal Face Nanga Parbat (8125m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Lee Sung-Won 11 13/4/05
25 Japan Hokkaido Summa Peak (7263-m) Expedition 2005 Mr. Koichi Ezaki 07 1/7/2005
26 Switzerland Swiss Nanga Parbat (8125-M) Mr. Jean Troillet 04 1/5/2005
27 France Magic Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005 Mr. Pievve Frongois Etchegoyhen 09 24/7/2005
28 Czech Republic Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Pavel Matousek 07 04/7/2005
29 Spanish Nanga Parbat 8125m  Expedition 2005 Mr. Jorge Egocheaga 09 1/6/2005
30 France Mohmil Sar 7343m Expedition 2005 Mr. Olivier Obert 05 09/07/2005
31 Czech Republic K2 – 8611m Expedition 2005 Mr. Leioik Sulovsky 09 23/5/2005
32 USA and Canada Gasherbrum I 8068m Expedition 2005 Mr. Charles  Fowler 15 08/06/2005
33 Spanish Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Edurne Pasaban 07 28/05/2005
34 Japan JWAF Gasherbrum I 8068m Expedition 2005 Mr. Kondo Kazuyoshi 11 10/06/2005
35 Italian International Gasherbrum II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Ennio Antonello 12 13/06/2005
36 Polish Bulgaria K2  8611m Expedition 2005 Mrs. Anna Czerwinska 10 05/06/2005
37 American International K2 8611m TML/Abruzzi Expedition 2005 Mr. Fabrizio Zangrilli 07 01/06/2005
38 Spanish Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Jose Carlos Pauner 14 29/05/2005
39 Argentina FTA Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2005 Anibal Maturano Arrabal 16 20/06/2005
40 German Amical Alpine Club G-II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Stephen Keck 13 10/06/2005
41 Japan G-II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Hosoda Ichiro 01 25/07/2005
42 Italian Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2005 Mr. Roberto Piantoni 10 20/06/2005
43 Turkey G-II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Serhan Pocan 10 20/6/2005
44 USA Latok – I 7151m Expedition 2005 Mr. Damian Benegas 03 13/06/2005
45 Korean Suncheon G-II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Lee Jeong Hyun 07 24/5/2005
46 German / Swiss K7 6934m Expedition 2005 Mr. Rainer Treppte 04 08/07/2005
47 Spanish Ogre / Baintha Brakk 7285m Expedition 2005 Mr. Juan Vallejo Iianos 07 30/06/2005
48 Georgia Nanga Parbat  8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Gia Tortladze 09 19/05/05
49 France Gasherbrum IV 7321m Expedition 2005 Mr. Jean Pierre Revoil 11 24/07/2005
50 Italy/USA Batura II 7762m Expedition 2005 Mr. Simone Moro 05 06/06/05
51 Lithuania Estonia The First Baltic States Karakoram G II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Saulius Vilius 10 05/06/05
52 United Arab Emirates Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005 Mr. Peter R. Forbes 06 21/05/05
53 Argentina G-I 8068m and G-II 8035m Expedition 2005 Mr. Damina Alberto Redmond 12 01/06/05
54 Norwegian Noshaq Peak 7492m Expedition 2005 Mr. Glenn Seljasen 05 18/05/05
55 USA International G-I 8068m Expedition 2005 Mr. Higinio Gonzalez 07 19/06/05
56 USA Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005 Mr. Steven House 05 28/07/05
57 Canada / USA K-6 7100m Expedition 2005 Mr. Steven Swenson 02 30/07/05

58

UK Jagged GB-II 8035m Expedition 2005

Mr. David Hamilton

07

4/6/2005

59

Netherlands /Dutch Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005

Mr. Arjen Kool

04

10/6/2005

60

France Trango Tower 6231m Expedition 2005

Mr. Dumas Martial

05

1/6/2005

61

Austria Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005

Mr. Gruber Ignaz

06

6/7/05

62

Switzerland Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005

Mr. Alexander Gisler

10

28/8/05

63

British Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005

Mr. Stuart Christopher Peacock

08

14/6/05

64

Humar – Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2005

Mr. Humar Tomaz

05

10/6/05

65

Czech/Polish/USA International Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2005

Mr. Tomas Kolomaznik

17

21/6/05

66

Spanish Trango Tower 6239m Expedition 2005

Mr. Guichot Juan Carlos

02

15/6/05

67

UK Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005

Ms. Pamela Claire Marvin

07

29/7/05

68

Italian K7 6934m Expedition 2005

Mr. Herve Barmasse

09

6/6/05

69

Japan Haj Skyang Kangri 7357m Expedition 2005

Mr. Iwazaki Hiroshi

07

25/5/05

70

Russian International GII 8035m Expedition 2005

Mr. Skripko Viacheslav

12

13/6/05

71

German Summit Club GII 8035m Expedition 2005

Mr. Thomas Laemmle

07

13/7/05

72 France Shimshal 6400m Expedition 2005 Mr. David Marchal 06 12/7/05
73 France Eric escoffier in Memorian Broad peak Expedition 2005 Mr. Remi Escoffier 07 12/06/05
74 German Spantik 7027m Expedition 2005 Mrs. Marine Petzold 02 06/08/05
75 German Barbara Diran Peak 7254m Expedition 2005 Barbara Trautman 01 24/07/05
76 Hungary K2 MOL 8611m Expedition 2005 Mr. Mecs Laszlo 07 22/06/05
77 French Trango 6240m Expedition 2005 Mr. Petit Arnaud 04 5/7/05
78 British Khurrat Peak 6824m Expedition 2005 Mr. Nicholas Dean Carter 09 02/07/05

79

Korean Trango Tower 6239m Expedition 2005

Mr. Hyung II Kim

07

03/07/05

80

Italian Focus Rakaposhi 7788m Expedition 2005

Mr. Peruffo Alberto

12

16/07/05

81

South Korean GB-II 8035m Expedition 2005

Mr. Nam Sang IK

14

15/07/05

 

 

Source: Asghar Ali Porik

Managing Director

M/s Jasmine Tours

GPO Box 859, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Tel: 0092-51-5586823 Fax: 0092-51-5584566

email: info@jasminetours.com

web: www.jasminetours.com

 

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