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  Broad Peak 2007: EXPEDITION SERBIA BROAD PEAK 2007 Update


03.06.2007.We arrived in Scardu. Yesterday we checked all of equipment, today we are measuring it and packing it in barrels for carriers. Tomorrow we will terminate all of preparations and day after tomorrow we will start to Ascole. Best regards to all.

Update:

31.05.2007. Islamabad
We assembled missing baggage.
All administrative pursuits are accomplished (Ministry, Military, Mountaineering commitee).
Food was bought, gear too. We packed all and transport it to Scardu with cargo.
Tomorrow we will fly to Scardu. Civilization goodbye!
All of us are well

VOJVODINEAN EXPEDITION “BROAD PEAK 2007” - MEMBERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISO PLANIĆ

 

Born 5.9.1965. Member of RMC “Spartak”, Subotica.

Expeditions:

Ararat (Turkey) 2000; Elbrus (Kawkaz-Russia) 2001; Akonkagva (Argen-tina) 2004; Shisha Pangma (Himalaya-China) 2004; Mount Everest (Himalaya-China) 2005; Gasherbrum 1&2 (Karakorum-Pakistan) 2006;

 

 

 

 

MILIVOJ ERDELJAN

 

Born 21.9.1964. Member of MS “Zanatlija”, Novi Sad.

Expeditions:

Elbrus (Kawkaz-Russia) 1989; Ararat (Turkey) 2001; Uhuru peak (Kili-manjaro-Tanzania) 2002; Barunce (Himalaya-Ne-pal) 2003; Shisha Pangma (Himalaya-China) 2004; Mount Everest (Himala-ya-China) 2005; Gasher-brum 1&2 (Karakorum-Pakistan) 2006;

 

VLADIMIR RAŠKOVIĆ

 

Born 31.7.1975.

Member of  MSS “Medicinar”, Novi Sad.

 

PREDRAG ZAGORAC

 

Born 12.6.1980.

Member of MSS “Poštar”, Belgrade

 

Expeditions:

Mount Blanc 2006;

Grand Paradizo 4065m, Mount Blanc di Tekil 4248m, Agi di Moine 3412m, Den de Zan 4013m

 

DREN MANDIĆ

 

Born 13.12.1976.

Member of RMC “Spartak”, Subotica.

 

Expeditions:

Ararat (Turkey) 2003;

Elbrus (Kawkaz-Russia) 2003;

 

 

 

28. 5. 07. Day 01 Start from Belgrade (21,30 h, local time);
29. 5. 07. Day02 Dubai (6,25 - 22,15 h);
30. 5. 07. Day 03 Islamabad (2,20 h);
31. 5. 07. Day 04 Islamabad (520 m);
1. 6. 07. Day 05 Islamabad- Chilas (480 km or 10-12 h jeep);
2. 6. 07. Day 06 Chilas - Skardu (275 km or 7-8 h jeep);
3. 6. 07. Day 07 Skardu (2.340 m);
4. 6. 07. Day 08 Askole (3.048 m) (96 km);
5. 6. 07. Day 09 Jhola (3.240 m) /8 h/;
6. 6. 07. Day 10 Paiyu (3.368) /6 h/;
7. 6. 07. Day 11 Acclimation in Paiyu (3.368 m);
8. 6. 07. Day 12 Khuburtze (3.800 m)  /3 h/;
9. 6. 07. Day 13 Passage to Urdukas (4.011 m) /3 h/;
10. 6. 07. Day 14 Passage to Goro II (4.500 m) /7 h/;
11.6. 07. Day 15 Passage to BC Broad peak (4.850 m) /8 h/;
from 12. 6.

to 11. 7. 07.

Day

16-45

Climbing Broad peak:
C-1 (5.600 m);

C-2 (6.250 m);

C-3 (7.000 m).

12. 7. 07. Day 46 Passage to Ali Camp (4.800) /4-5 h/;
13. 7. 07. Dan 47 Via Gondogoro la (5.680 m) to Khuspang(4.680 m) /11h/;
14. 7. 07. Dan 48 Via Shaicho (4.150 m) to Hushe (3.300 m) /9h/;
15. 7. 07. Day 49 Passage to Skardu;
16. 7. 07. Day 50 Skardu;
17. 7. 07. Day 51 Passage to Chilas
18. 7. 07. Day 52 Passage to Islamabad
19. 7. 07. Day 53 Islamabad/ Rawalpindi (outing)
20. 7. 07. Day 54 Islamabad (8,30 h) to Dubai (10,40 h)
21. 7. 07. Day 55 Dubai (8,20 h), Pariz (13,30 – 17,25 h),

Belgrade (19,45 h)

 

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