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  Summits of Many Peaks in Nepal and some deaths


            As per the report of Liaison officer and Team Leader, the following 1 members and two high altitude worker of Ronald's Amadablam Expedition 2005  team has been successful to scale 6812 meter high Mt. Amadablam on 15th May, 2005.

10th May, 2005

1.      Mr Ronald Sanga, (53 yrs.), Leader, Ret. Mountain Climber

2.      Mr. Ang Gyalgen Sherpa (32 Yrs.) High Altitude Worker, Juving VDC.-1, Solukhmube, Nepal.

3.      Mr. Thile Nuru Sherpa (31 Yrs.) High Altitude Worker, Chaurikharka-3, Solukhumbu, Nepal

       The 1 members  Ronald's Amadablam Expedition 2005 team was permitted to climb 6812 m. high Mt. Amadablam from Normal Route for the period of 45 days from May 6, 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Ronald Norman Sanga, of USA.

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Mountain Hike P. Ltd. Kathmandu  Nepal.

As per the report of Liaison officer the following kitchen boy of " Mt. Makalu West Pillar Spanish Expedition " died on May 17, 2005 due to sickness.       

Name                    :         Mr. Sumba Sherpa

Home Address:     :         Beni-8, Solukhumbu

Nationality             :         Nepali

 The 9 members above mentioned expedition team was permitted to climb 8463 meter high Mt. Makalu from West Pillar Route for the period of 75 days from 4 april 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Alberto Ayora Hirsch of Spain.  The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Sea to Summit Trekking (P) Ltd. Kathmandu, Nepal.

 

            As per the report of Liaison officer and Team Leader, the following 6 members of SC Unit Amadablam 6812 Expedition 2005 team has been successful to scale 6812 meter high Mt. Amadablam on 10th May, 2005.

10th May, 2005

1.      Mr Sanzharevs'ky Igor, (45 yrs.), Leader, Ukraine

2.      Mr. Sergiy Kapiton,  (64 yrs), Member, Ukraine

3.      Mr. Mr. Ruslan Lopatko,  (36 yrs), Member, Ukraine

4.      Mr. Mykhaylo Badygin, (35 yrs), Member, Ukraine

5.      Mr. Oleg Bondarevych,  (36 yrs), Member, Ukraine

6.      Mr. Anatoliy Blankovs'ky, (46 yrs), Member, Ukraine

       The 6 members SC Unit Amadablam 6812 Expedition 2005 team was permitted to climb 6812 m. high Mt. Amadablam from Normal Route for the period of 45 days from April 25, 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Sergiy Kapiton of Ukraine.

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Windhorse Trekking P. Ltd. Kathmandu  Nepal.

19th  May,  2005

            As per the report of Liaison officer, the following one member of New Rock Tawoche Expedition have been successful to scale the 6501 meter high Mt. Tawoche at 4 a.m. on 25th May, 2005.

1.            Mr. Ueli Steck (29 Yrs), Leader,  Mountain Guide, Swiss

      The 4 members "New Rock Tawoche Expedition" was permitted to climb  6501 m. high Mt. Tawoche  from East Pillar for the period of 45 days from 27th March, 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Ueli Steck  from Switzerland.

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Royal Orchid Treks and Expedition  (P) Ltd.  Kathmandu, Nepal.

            As per the report of Liaison officer the following 3 members of Focus Italian Annapurna I  Expedition 2005 team has  been successful to scale 8091 meter high Mt. Annapurna (I)  on 12th May, 2005.

12th May, 2005

7.      Mr. Gian Marlo Merelli, (43 yrs.), Member, Italy.

8.      Mr. Marlo Lociano Panzeri  (41 yrs), Member, Italy.

9.      Mr. Daniele Bernasconi (34 yrs), Member, Italy.

      The 10 members Focus Italian Annapurna I  Expedition 2005 team was permitted to climb 8091 m. high Mt. Annapurna I from Normal Route for the period of 75 days from 21 March,2005 under the leadership of  Mr. Silvio Mondinelli of Italy.

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Thamserku Trekking  P. Ltd. Kathmandu  Nepal.  

As per the report of Liaison officer the following one member of "Focus Italian Annapurna I  Expedition 2005" died on May 18, 2005 at 9:00 p.m.due to avalanche

         

Name                    :         Mr. Christian Kuntner

The 10 members above mentioned expedition team was permitted to climb 8091 meter high Mt. Annapurna 1 from Normal Route for the period of 75 days from 21 March, 2005

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Thamserku Trekking (P) Ltd. Kathmandu, Nepal.

The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation expresses its deep sorrow on his sad demise.   

            As per the report of Liaison officer, the following one member of New Rock Tawoche Expedition have been successful to scale the 6501 meter high Mt. Tawoche at 4 a.m. on 25th May, 2005.

2.            Mr. Ueli Steck (29 Yrs), Leader,  Mountain Guide, Swiss 

      The 4 members "New Rock Tawoche Expedition" was permitted to climb  6501 m. high Mt. Tawoche  from East Pillar for the period of 45 days from 27th March, 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Ueli Steck  from Switzerland.

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Royal Orchid Treks and Expedition  (P) Ltd.  Kathmandu, Nepal. 

            As per the report of Liaison officer, the following six members of Gyajikang Peak Expedition 2005 have been successful to scale the 7038 meter high Mt. Gyajikang at 11:30 a.m. on 2nd May, 2005.

1.      Mr. Paul Marc Grobel (48 Yrs) Leader, Mountain Guide, France

3.      Mr. Yues Exbrayat (51 Yrs), Member, Principal, France

4.      Mr. Maxime Blanc (37 Yrs), Member, Pharmacian, France

5.      Mr. Jerome Jarry (31 Yrs), Member, Forest Ranger, France

6.      Mr. Michel Garyton (38 Yrs) Member, Medicine, France

7.      Mr. Nicolas Hougardy (37 Yrs), Pharmacien Biologist, Belgiam 

      The 8 members "Gyajikang Peak Expedition 2005" was permitted to climb  7038 m. high Mt. Gyajikang I from North West Ridge for the period of 60 days from 30th April, 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Paul Marc Grobel  from France.

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Glacier Safari Treks (P) Ltd.  Kathmandu, Nepal.

As per the report of Liaison officer the following kitchen boy of " Mt. Makalu West Pillar Spanish Expedition " died on May 17, 2005 due to sickness.         

Name                    :         Mr. Sumba Sherpa

Home Address:     :         Beni-8, Solukhumbu

Nationality             :         Nepali 

The 9 members above mentioned expedition team was permitted to climb 8463 meter high Mt. Makalu from West Pillar Route for the period of 75 days from 4 april 2005 under the leadership of Mr. Alberto Ayora Hirsch of Spain. 

The handling agency of the Expedition Team is Sea to Summit Trekking (P) Ltd. Kathmandu, Nepal. 

The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation expresses its deep sorrow on his sad demise.

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