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  Four More Summits of Everest: SummitClimb Everest 2004 North Side


Update 5/29/2004: Dispatch for 27 May, 2004:

The following SummitClimb.com staff members reached the summit today at 12:08 pm:

Jangbu Sherpa from Patale, Nepal

Phuri Sherpa from Patale, Nepal

Yunden from Tingri, Tibet

Wangdu from Tingri, Tibet

We congratulate our staff in their strong efforts to climb their countries' highest peak!

Thank you very much from all of us at SummitClimb.com

Earlier Update: Update 5/27/2004: 27 May 2004 from Tim Horvath and Eric Meyer: Dear EverestNews.com, thanks to you for all of the great work you are doing at EverestNews.com On May 26th, Eric Meyer of Steamboat Springs, CO, Tim Horvath of Cherry Valley, NY, Tenzi Sherpa of Rolwaling, Galu Sherpa of Taur, and Tenzing Sherpa of Patale summitted Mt. Everest via the Tibet- Northeast Ridge. After leaving ABC on the 24th we reached 7600m. The next day we fought high winds to reach 8300m after five and a half hours. On the morning of the 26th the winds were still 25-35 mph with temps 10-15 below F, but we were lucky because the skies were clear. At 4:30 AM we left for the summit. After a cold start we arrived at the summit at 12:08 PM with no other parties on the route that day. After 20 minutes on the summit we made the 8000 foot descent back to ABC. Congratulations to Eric and Tim, and we wish the best of luck to our current summit attempters: Tim Spears, Arnold Coster and Felix Berg, from Daniel Mazur and all of us at SummitClimb.com

 

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