Asian Trekking is pleased to announce that 5 member of
"Patagonia Amadablam Expedition 2007" made a successful summit on Mt.
Amadablam. Plese find below their summit detail.
Name of the Peak : Mt. Amadablam (6812m)
Name of the Expedition team: Patagonia Amadablam Expedition
Name of the Expedition Leader: Andrzej Kula, Australian
Handling Agency: Asian Trekking
Name of the summiteers:
Roman Szelagowski, Poland
Konrad Kamil Ziolkowski, Poland
Sari Nevala, Finland
Summit report: On 14 November, started from Camp
3(6300m), at 10.00 am and reached the Summit at 3.00 pm. Stayed on the
summit for 10 min and returned back to Camp 3 for overnight stay.
Johan Van Damme, Belgium
Summit report: On 16 November, started from Camp 3(6300),
at 07.00 am and reached the Summit at 2.00 pm. Stayed on the summit for 10
min and returned back to Camp 1(5700m) for overnight stay.
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