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  Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007 Dispatch Index


Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007 : Dispatch One

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007 : Dispatch Two

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007 : Dispatch Three

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007 : Arnold is back reporting in live

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007: Base Camp

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007: Phil reporting in from Base Camp

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  reporting in from Base Camp

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  reporting in

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Phil and Ben reporting in

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Two new dispatches

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Kevin Adams reports in

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold reports in all is well

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Phil reports in (a must listen)

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold reports in....

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold reports all is well ..

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold checks in with tent news and a possible Summit push by the India team

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold checks in

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Two new reports

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold is back!

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Kevin Adams reports in ....

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  First summit team on the move to camp 2

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  First summit team on the way to the Summit

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold calls in with 6 summit and 7 more on the move !

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold calls in with more Summits !

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold calls in

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold is back as Tunc moves up with others

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold is back with more summit attempts

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Summit 5 more, now 11 members and 6 staff have summited

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Arnold is back again

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  More stolen items, this is kind of weird

Mt. Everest 2007: SummitClimb Tibet Everest 2007:  Summits Summary and more

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Dan Mazur who has reached the summit of 7 of the world's highest mountains, including Everest and K2, and has led and/or organized expeditions to more than 60 Himalayan, African, and South American peaks will return to Everest again in 2007. Below is some information on this Everest / Lhotse expeditions.

EVEREST - NEPAL The original first-ascent route. Places are still available in our 2007 expedition. Full Service price reduced to: $26,450. Expedition leader Dan Mazur. Leading Everest climbs since 1991. 29 March to 6 June, 2007 and 2008. Basic Cost: 13,450.

EVEREST - TIBET, The most coveted peak. Leader Arnold Coster. 3 Everest expeditions.  Places are still available in our 2007 expedition. 29 March to 6 June, 2007 and 2008. Full Service Cost: $19950. Basic Cost: $6950.

LHOTSE, the world's 4th highest peak. Team Coordinator: Dan Mazur, who has summitted Lhotse before. Places are still available in our 2007 expedition.

29 March to 6 June, 2007 and 2008. Full Service Cost: $9450. Basic Climb Cost: $3450.

 

 

 

 

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