Tshering Pande Bhote (Nepali)
and Sigrid H. Hammer (Norwegian) scaled the Mt. Ama Dablam on 24th Nov. 2006
at 1:00 pm with clear weather and spectacular view. The temperature was very
low. It was first ascent after the sad accident at camp 3(6100m) from south
face (normal route). It took 19 hours from camp 2 to summit and back to camp
- Start from camp 2 at 2 AM
- Summit at 1pm
- Back to camp2 at 19 PM
The condition was very poor
to summit because of lots of grabble snow, blue Ice and strong wind. We have
to do alpine climbing all the way above camp3.
Tshering call and said:”He
thinks probably all the recovery are at camp3 under the big block of Ice and
snow.” According to him he saw the Grivel Crampons and Petzl harness inside
the snow and ice.
TSHERING PANDE BHOTE :
Tshering Pande Bhote is the first qualified mountain guide from south Asia
through New Zealand Mountain Guide Association. He is the active member of
NMIA, NMA & NNMGA rescue and instructor. He scaled Mt. Everest 3 times, Mt.
Cho Oyo 3 times, Mt. Ama Dablam 5 times, Lhakpa Ri and many more peaks which
are above 6000m in Nepal, Tibet India, France, Norway, New Zealand etc. He has
an international climbing and trekking experiences, climbed Mt. cook new route
call Kiwi Sherpa south face which is the highest mountain of New Zealand. High
climber new route call white still, SE face and many others major mountains in
the New Zealand. He scaled Mt. Blanc and many other mountains around Chamonix
and Jotunheimen in Norway and in Scotland in Europe.
In this autumn season he
scaled Gokyo Ri (5366m on Oct 21st), Kalapattar twice(5545m on Oct 23rd),
Lobuche East (6119m on Oct 26th) and West twice (solo ascent), Mehra La (5820m
on Oct 28th), Island Peak (6189m on Oct 31st) (through cook ridge) and Mt. Ama
Dablam 6856m on 25th Nov. The cook ridge was first ascent by Tshering when he
His autumn season is over
this year in Himalaya surely to do next year. Now his plan is going to New
Zealand for continuous his mountain education.
Sigrid H. Hammer Norway 's
first female flight captain, flying heavy passenger aircrafts in civil
aviation. Braathen's first flight captain. Experience as one of the first
female senior vice presidents in civil aviation. Senior vice president in
Braathen's 1999 - 2002. She has also strong mountain and trekking adventures
experiences! Like: Everest 8500m and summit of Ama Dablam and many more
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