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  Twenty Five Summits of Everest: SummitClimb Mt Everest 2004


Dear EverestNews.com, thanks for allowing us the opportunity to share our story with the readers of EverestNews.com . I am writing from a peaceful, sunny, and warm Kathmandu. We just returned here yesterday from Tibet. Well, for all of us at SummitClimb.com it has been a challenging and rewarding season on Everest - Tibet - Northside this year. We would like to take his opportunity to thank the members, staff, family, friends, and colleagues who made our success possible. THANK YOU! 9 of our team members, along with 16 of our staff, representing 7 nations, reached the summit of Everest this year:

18 May, 2004:

1. Thomas Haines, Colorado, USA.

2. Ryan Waters, Georgia, USA.

3. Franck Pitula, Lyon, France.

4. John Mislow, Chicago, USA.

5. Lakpa Temba Sherpa, Kulima, Nepal.

6. Nurbu Tsipe, Tashi Tsom, Tibet.

7. Dorje Kasang, Old Tingri, Tibet.

20 May, 2004 

8. Andre Bredenkamp, Capetown, South Africa.

9. Lakpa Chiri Sherpa, Kulima, Nepal.

26 May, 2004 

10. Tim Horvath, New York, USA.

11. Eric Meyer, Colorado, USA.

12. Gyaluk Sherpa, Taur, Nepal.

13. Tenzi Sherpa, Rolwaling, Nepal.

14. Tenzing Sherpa, Patale, Nepal.

27 May, 2004

15. Jangbu Sherpa, Patale, Nepal.

16. Phuri Sherpa, Patale, Nepal.

17. Yunden, Tingri, Tibet

18. Wangdu, Tingri, Tibet

29 May, 2004 

19. Felix Berg, Berlin, Germany.

20. Arnold Coster, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

21. Awang Norbu, Nyalam, Tibet.

22. Pubu Tsering, Nyalam, Tibet.

23. Tashi Namgyal, Tingri, Tibet.

24. Lakpa Sherpa, Norbugaon, Nepal.

25. Tenzing Sherpa, Norbugaon, Nepal.

*all members and staff used 100% guaranteed-certified oxygen systems provided by SummitClimb.com

Once again, our thanks to EverestNews.com for telling our story and hearty congratulations to the summiters, their families, friends and colleagues. Thank you very much, Yours Sincerely, from Daniel Mazur and all of us at SummitClimb.com 

ps. Please be sure to join us for our spring 2005 Everest expedition from Nepal, and you may wish to read more about it at:  http://summitclimb.com/everestnepal.htm

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