Dear Mountain Friends, 2011 greetings.
We hope you had a good holiday and January is going well. What have you been
doing? Here we are having the snowiest winter in many years. My name is Dan
Mazur. I lead affordable Himalayan and Everest climbing and walking for
SummitClimb, SummitTrek. I also work on volunteer charity with Mount Everest
Foundation for Sustainable Development. Please join me and our fun teams of
men and women in the mountains. In just 10 weeks, on March 29th, we visit
Everest and her surrounding peaks. The Nepal and Tibet season begins in late
March through June, then again in September through December. These seasons
have the best weather and life is quiet, peaceful, and friendly out in the
Himalaya. Please register now for 2011. I welcome you and friends to join our
fun teams, so thanks for sharing this with everyone, and tell your friends to
mention your name when contacting us.
URGENT NOTE FOR SPRING EXPEDITIONS: We need to know now if you will be
joining us because we place orders for walking and climbing permits, sherpas,
equipment, and oxygen on the 1st of February. Have you thought of climbing
Everest? Join us in April and May in Nepal and Tibet for a summit climb from
the south or north side. We have great prices and the most qualified American,
British, and European Leaders including Dan Mazur and Arnold Coster. Our
Sherpas and equipment are excellent. Ready to go for one of the 6 largest
mountains in the world, but not Everest? Please try our famous 8000 meter /
26,000 foot peaks:
ChoOyuClimb - 38 days. April-May or Sept-Oct. Leaders Dan Mazur and Max
Kausch. 'Easiest' "8,000 meter" / 26,000 ft peak. The best possible
preparation for Everest.
Lhotse Climb - 68 days. March-June. Leader: Dan Mazur. Climb Everest route;
branch off before high camp; ascend Lhotse Couloir. High summit, low cost
Thank you very much. I await your reply, wish you all of the best, and look
forward to making your trip a success.
High Altitude Regards-Dan Mazur
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