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 Dr Alistair Sutcliffe completes the Seven Summits


Hi EverestNews, congrats. on a fabulous website. Can I confirm details of completing the 7 summits, all at the first attempt!- luck more than judgment. My name is Dr Alistair Sutcliffe, address Moor Lodge, Brackenhill Lane, Sleights, North Yorkshire.
order of summits:
1. Aconcagua, summit via Vacas Valley, leader Mark Tucker, from International Mountain Guides. Summit date 24th Jan. 2003.
2.Vinson, leader Phil Esrhler, again IMG, summit normal route, 9th Dec. 2003.
3.Denali, leader Ryan Campbell, Mountain Trip. Organized through Jagged Globe, Tom Briggs. Summit day 15th June 2005.
4. Everest, via south side. Leaders Dave Morton and Vern Tejas, Alpine Ascents International, summit day 20th May 2006.
5.Kilimanjaro, via Umbwe route. Leader Steve Findlay, organized with Jagged Globe, Tom Briggs. Summit day 20th November 2006.
6.Elbrus, via normal route. Leader Dave Morton, Alpine Ascents International. Summit day 27th June 2007.
7. Carstenz Pyramid. Leader Bill Allen, Mountain Trip. Normal route, summit on 24th November 2007.

Please add my name to your 7 summit list, thanks again, and keep up the great work with your web site. All the best, Alistair Sutcliffe.

 

 
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