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 Gerfried Goschl: Nanga Parbat and K2  2009: Update


The team has arrived and Already today the whole team will active start  to acclimatize their bodies.  They will walk to camp 1 (4900m)  if the weather conditions will be stabled.

Dear EverestNews.com, we´ll start  from Vienna, Zürich, Venice, Munich and Toronto and all meet in Islamabad on 12. June. We have been very busy the last weeks. Unfortunately our very good friend Peter Fessler has died 4 weeks ago while sleeping. 
Our expedition is again an expedition of the Austrian Alpine Club OeAV.
We send update after our briefing.
stay tuned 

Gerfried

Team on Nanga Parbat

Göschl Gerfried, Austria, Expeditionsleiter
8000er: Cho Oyu, Gasherbrum 2, Shisha Pangma, Mount Everest, Broad Peak

Straub Günther, Austria, Co-Leiter und Expeditionsarzt

Bachmair Sepp, Austria
8000er: Broad Peak

Dal Cin Adriano, Italy
8000er: Cho Oyu, Mount Everest, Broad Peak

Goger Hans, Austria
8000er: Cho Oyu, Mount Everest, Shisha Pangma

Grüninger Helmut, Germany

Kanzian Peter, Austria

Kölblinger Wolfgang, Austria
8000er: Shisha Pangma, Cho Oyu, Broad Peak

Landl Michaela, Austria

Newerkla Ronald, Austria
8000er: Cho Oyu

Pompili Giuseppe, Italy
8000er: Cho Oyu, Mount Everest

Rousseau Louis, Canada
8000er: Broad Peak

Schütter Herbert, Austria
8000er: Dhaulagiri

Unterberger Günther, Austria
8000er: Shisha Pangma, Broad Peak

Volken Kilian, Switzerland
8000er: Cho Oyu, Mount Everest, Broad Peak

Wenzl Georg, Austria
8000er: Shisha Pangma, Broad Peak

Wenzl Hans, Austria
8000er: Shisha Pangma, Broad Peak

Team on K2

Göschl Gerfried, Austria, Expeditionsleiter
8000er: Cho Oyu, Gasherbrum 2, Shisha Pangma, Mount Everest, Broad Peak

Egocheaga Jorge, Spain, Expeditionsarzt
8000er: Mount Everest, Gasherbrum 1, Cho Oyu, Shisha Pangma, Nanga Parbat, Manaslu, Broad Peak, Dhaulagiri, Gasherbrum 2

Bachmair Sepp, Austria
8000er: Broad Peak

Brupbacher Joëlle, Switzerland
8000er: Broad Peak, Dhaulagiri, Cho Oyu, Gasherbrum 2

Newerkla Ronald, Austria
8000er: Cho Oyu

Pompili Giuseppe, Italy
8000er: Cho Oyu, Mount Everest

Quintero Santiago, Ecuador
8000er: Broad Peak, Makalu

Ramos Martin, Spain
8000er: Shisha Pangma, Mount Everest, Cho Oyu, Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum 2, Broad Peak

Rousseau Louis, Canada
8000er: Broad Peak

Volken Kilian, Switzerland
8000er: Cho Oyu, Mount Everest, Broad Peak

 

 
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