All news: 9 May 2016
The expedition of the 7 Summits Club Everest went up to the Base Camp after resting in the Valley
The Everest-2016 team rested three days in the village Tashidzong. May 9th, The Victory Day, we went up to the base camp. While our plans are not clear, it all depends on when the Tibetan climbers prepare the route. By tradition, the ...
The Everest-2016 team rested three days in the village Tashidzong. May 9th, The Victory Day, we went up to the base camp. While our plans are not clear, it all depends on when the Tibetan climbers prepare the route. By tradition, the Victory Day was marked in the base camp, a reception, to which were invited guests from other expeditions...
From Press release:
Number of members - 26 people, including 16 people who plan to climb to the highest point - 8,848 meters. The climb will be carried out by the classical route from the north, from Tibet. All members of the expedition are planning to climb using artificial oxygen produced in Russia. A large group of high-altitude porters and kitchen staff (Sherpas nationality) will run with the expedition team. The service will be provided by Nepalese company 7 Summits Adventures.
Expedition leader - Alexander Abramov. This will be his 14th expedition as leader on the world's highest peak
List of participants:
With Permit Everest (8848 m)
Olegs Pimenovs. Latvia.
Igor Demyanenko. Russia.
Janusz Kochanski. Poland.
Vladislav Moroz. Russia.
Roman Reutov. Russia. The representative of the company Yandex.
Liana Chabdarova. Russia.
Irena Kharazova. Russia.
Lynn Hanna. Northern Ireland.
Lay Kwai Chung. China.
Tatiana Yalovchak. Ukraine.
Cameramen (permit for Everest - 8,848 m)
Denis Provalov. Russia.
Vladimir Kotlyar. Russia.
Guides (permit for Everest - 8,848 m)
Alexander Abramov. Russia. 6 summits.
Sergey Larin. Russia. 4 summits.
Lyudmila Korobeshko. Russia. 2 summits.
Noel Hanna. Northern Ireland. 7 summits.