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  List of Mountaineering Expeditions likely to visit Pakistan during 2007


Copyright© Billy Pierson

S. No.

Name of Expedition / Name of Peak

Leader Name

Number of Members

Coming on / Period Available

1

New Zealand Women’s First Ascent of Bekka Brakai Chhok Expedition 2007

Ms. Patricia Deavoll

02

08/06/07

2

Italian K2 & Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Giuseppe Pompili

09

10/06/07

3

Canada K6 West 7282m Expedition 2007

Mr. Maxime Turgeon

02

01/07/07

4

Russian K2 & Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Aristov Lvan

15

01/06/2007

5

Japan Tac Mt. Spantik Expedition 2007

Mr. Fujimoto Noboru

03

09/07/2007

6

Canadian Kunyang Chhish Main 7852m and East 7840m Expedition 2007

Mr. Valery Babanov

03

20/05/07

7

Korea Dynamic Busan K2 Expedition 2007

Mr. Hong Bo Seong

07

26/05/07

8

USA & Slovina K6 7282m Expedition 2007

Mr. Steve House

03

15/07/2007

9

Czech GB I & II Expedition 2007

Mr. Josef Nezerka

22

20/05/2007

10

USA Link Sar 7041m and K13 6666m Expedition 2007

Mr. Steven Swenson

03

06/07/2007

11

Polish and Slovakia K2 West and Nanga Parbat  Expedition 2007

Mr. Piotr Morawski

05

20/06/2007

12

Austrian International Broad Peak Golden Jubilee and K2  Expedition 2007

Mr. Gerfried Goschl

25

18/06/2007

13

Chile Nanga Parbat Expedition 2007

Mr. Carlos Bascou

09

28/05/2007

14

Portuguese International K2 Expedition 2007

Mr. Joao Jose Silva

05

06/07/2007

15

USA Russian International Masherbrum Expedition 2007

Mr. Lev Loffe

06

01/07/2007

16

Czech K2 and Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Leopold Sulovsky

10

21/05/2007

17

USA Latok I 7145m Expedition 2007

Mr. Mark Richey

03

06/06/2007

18

Australian G-I Expedition 2007

Mr. Zac Zaharias

07

13/06/2007

19

French Gasherbrum I Expedition 2007

Mr. gilles Rousselier

12

06/07/2007

20

American Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Nicolas Alexander Rice

10

01/06/2007

21

New Zealand GI and GII Expedition 2007

Mr. James Stuart

11

17/06/2007

22

American Alpine GII Expedition 2007

Mr. Rayan Waters

12

01/06/2007

23

USA K2 International Expedition 2007

Mr. Zangrilli

09

01/06/2007

24

USA K2 and Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Warner

09

17/05/07

25

German Gasherbrum II Expedition 2007

Mr. Sorin Mircea Nistor

09

13/06/07

26

Polish Kampire Dior 7168m and Yashkuk Peak 6667m Expedition 2007

Mr. Piotr Pawlus

08

06/06/2007

27

Russian Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Valery Evgrafov

05

15/06/2007

28

Japan Dojin Pahar khunyan Chiss 7852m Expedition 2007

Mr. Tobita Kazuo

03

04/06/2007

29

Japan tochigi Masherbrum Expedition 2007

Mr Kumekawa Akira

07

04/06/2007

30

Japan Shispare 7611m Expedition Expedition 2007

Mr. Hiraide Kazuya

02

15/06/2007

31

Japan Pamir Sar 7016m Expedition 2007

Mr. Iwazki Hiroshi

02

08/06/2007

32

Russia Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Nikolay Zakharov

15

End of June/2007

33

K2 Guys Spanish G II 8035m Expedition 2007

Mr. Sara Novell Auleda

06

24

24/06/2007

34

German  Alpine K2 Expedition 2007

Mr. Dujmovits

04

14/06/2007

35

German Alpine Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2007

Mr. Andreas Bucher

14

25/05/2007

36

German  Alpine GII Expedition 2007

Mr. Dirk Groeger

13

11/05/2007

37

Spanish Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Andoni Urbistondo Aramburu

07

16/06/2007

38

Russian K2 West Wall Expedition 2007

Mr. Nikolay Totmyanin

16

20/05/2007

39

Switzerland Kobler & Partner Gasherbrum II 8035m Expedition 2007

Mr. Michael Nellen

07

21/06/2007

40

Switzerland Kobler & Partner GII Expedition 2006

Mr. Bruno Rankwiler

12

11/06/2007

41

Spain Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2007

Mr. Blanca Esther Ardanaz Pena

03

28/06/2007

42

Korean Nanga Parbat Diamir Face Expedition 2007

Mr. Oh Hee Jun

07

03/06/2007

43

Czech Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Josef Nezerka

14

10/06/2007

44

Italy Spantik Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Giordani Maurizio

07

08/06/2007

45

Slovenian K2 and Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Miss Irtena Mark

16

27/06/2007

46

Hungarian K2 and GI Expedition 2007

Mr. Lajos Kollar

09

13/06/2007

47

Polish Broad Peak and K2 Expedition 2007

Anna Czerwinska

12

06/06/2007

48

Belarusian Nanga Parbat Expedition 2007

Mr. Godlevski Aliaksandrr

10

10/06/2007

49

Japan Rakaposhi Expedition 2007

Mr. Hosoda Ichiro

02

23/07/2007

50

Polish International Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Krzstof Wielicki

16

22/06/2007

51

Russian Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Alexy Paskhin

16

19/06/2007

52

Slovakia GI &  II Expedition 2007

Mr. Petar Sperka

07

28/05/2007

53

Czech Gasherbrum III 7069m Expedition 2007

Mr. Josef Nezerka

02

10/06/2007

54

Serbia Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2007

Mr. Milivoj Erdeljan

05

30/05/2007

55

French Nanga Parbat Ski Expedition 2007

Mr. Jean Urban Tean Noel

02

21/06/2007

56

US Ultar Sar 7388m Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Colin Chaley

02

01/08/2007

57

China Pakistan Joint GB I 8068m Expedition 2007

Mr. Sam Drug

16

25/05/2007

58

Italian K2 Expedition 2007

Mr. Nardi Daniele

10

03/06/2007

59

Canadian K7 6934m Expedition 2007

Mr. Maxime Turgen

04

01/06/2007

60

JWAF Japan Workers Alpine Federation Spantik Expedition 2007

Mr. Kondo Kazuyoshi

11

08/06/2007

61

Swiss GI and GII Expedition 2007

Mr. Jean Troilet

12

21/06/2007

62

Italian Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Giampalo Gioia

05

05/07/2007

63

Austro – German Kayaking Expedition 2007 White Water Sport

 

 

 

64

Japan Team UKYO GI and GII Expedition 2007

Mr. Eiichi Usami

04

08/07/2007

65

Porik International GI and GII Expedition 2007

Mr. Lars Svens

07

01/06/2007

66

Spanish Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Jose Carlos Pauner Gotor

06

02/06/2007

67

Czech Spantik Peak 7027m Expedition 2007

Mr. Radek Vana

04

09/06/2007

68

Iranian Broad Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Auob Aminoroayaei

12

15/06/2007

69

Czech Republic G I and GII Expedition 2007

Mr. Pavel Matousek

12

13/06/2007

70

Austrian Glemmer Spantik Expedition 2007

Mr. Hannes Niederseer

02

31/05/2007

71

Czech Diran Peak Expedition 2007

Mr. Tomas Vleck

06

30/07/2007

72

Italian Broad Peak 8047m Expedition 2007

Mr. Silvio Mondinelli

20

13/06/2007

73

Italian GI and GII 8035m Expedition 2007

Mr. Roberto Piantoni

04

03/06/2007

 

 

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

Site in French: www.decouvertepakistan.com

 

 

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