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  Vojvodinean Expedition Shishapangma 2004: Summits


6 members of our expedition arrived in Advance Base Camp September 14th. The next day we carry our equipment to the depo and next few days we had rest! Sept 17th we had acclimatization to camp 1 6200m, sleep there and next day we come back to base camp to rest and prepare to final climbing!

Shisha Pangma 2004 Expedition's Diary

Shishapangma 8.012 m Expedition Autumn 2004.
Rock climbing: Northern route (North East Ridge)

9.1.2004. Fly Wien-Delhi
9.2.2004. Fly Delhi-Kathmandu
9.6.2004. Drive Kathmandu-Kodari (1.800 m)
9.7.2004. Drive Kodari-Nyalam (3.780 m)
.9.8.2004. Acclimatization up to the altitude 4550 m
9.9.2004. Acclimatization up to the altitude  4.200 m
9.10. 2004. Drive to Chinese Base Camp (4.980 m)
acclimatization up to the altitude  5.100 m
snowed all the night
9.11.2004. Acclimatization up to the altitude  5.400 m
9.12. 2004. Preparing heavy load for yakks
9.13.2004. Trek to Middle Camp (5.335 m)8 hours
9.14.2004. Trek to Advance Base Camp-ABC (5.540 m)4 hours
9.15.2004. Trek to Intermediate Camp at (5.800 m)3,30 hours
9.16.2004. Sherpa trek to Camp 1 (6.220 m)
9.18. 2004. Trek to Camp 1 (6.220 m)-10 hours
9.19.2004. Deep snow on the way to Camp 2
return to ABC (5.540 m)
  In the Advance Base Camp snow, and storms in mountains
9.23.2004. Trek to intermediate camp at 5.800 m3,15 hours
9.24.2004. Trek to Camp 1 (6.220 m)-8 hours
25.2004. Trek to Camp 2 (6.750 m)4,30 hours
9.26.2004. Trek to Camp 3 (7.300 m)8,30 hours
9.27.2004. After 7 h ascent we have reached top of Shisha Pangma (8.012 m). The top is under snow. Return to Camp 3 (7.300 m)
9.28.2004. Return to Advance Base Camp (5.540 m)
10.3 2004. Return to Kathmandu
10.7.2004. Fly Kathmandu-Delhi
10.8.2004. Fly Delhi-Wien-Belgrade

23rd we go to depo for overnight, 24th climb to camp1, 25th camp 2 and 26th climb to camp3, at 6h we start summit climb! Japanese group start first and after them four our climbers starts Goran Ferlan, Andor Luhovic, Iso Planic and Hoselito Bite!

we rich summit at 14:45 local time all four members we use oxygen but only Andor Luhovic climb without oxygen! successful we arrived back to ABC and we wait to get back to Kathmandu and after that to flay to Europe.

Best regards

vojvodinean expedition team!

 

Miodrag Jovović
Leader - Age: 52
Job: Manager
Country: Serbia & Montenegro

Goran Ferlan
Member - Age: 41
Job: Teacher
Country: Serbia & Montenegro

Andor Luhović
Member - Age: 22
Job: Student
Country: Serbia & Montenegro

Milivoj Erdeljan
Member - Age: 40
Job: Worker
Country: Serbia & Montenegro
 

Iso Planić
Member - Age: 39
Job: Teacher
Country: Serbia & Montenegro

Mr. Ashale Bhujel
Age: 31
Expedition Cook (Nepal)

Mr. Kami Sherpa
Climbing Sherpa 

Mr. Dawa Gel Sherpa
Climbing Sherpa 
 

Vojvodina is the northern province of Serbia and Montenegro, situated in the heart of the Balkans, in Southeast Europe.

The Autonomous Province of Vojvodina represents the North part of the Republic of Serbia. It lays on the Pannonian Plain covering the area of 21.506 km2 with the population of two million inhabitants. The capital town is Novi Sad. The relief of Vojvodina is primarily flat except for Srem which is dominated by the Fruska Gora (539m) mountain and the South-east of Banat with its Vrsacki breg (641m). Although Vojvodina is flat, it has a long and successful climbing tradition. The first climbers from Vojvodina scaled Mont Blanc in 1924. Since then they have climbed the highest peaks of South America, Africa, Europe and Australia. All they miss is the world's highest peak - Mount Everest, which they are to conquer in 2005.

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