The 7 Summits Club Everest Expedition successfully completedá the final acclimatization outing
The Team of the 7 Summits Club completed the acclimatization on Everest. All members, guides and video crew came down to rest in the base camp. Members who had a permit to the North Col, are ready to return home. Congratulations to those who established there their altitude records!
Unfortunately, due to the severe weather conditions, not all of them were able to climb the North Col. All participants with permits for Everest spent two nights at an altitude of 7000 meters at the North Col. And they made the climb to an altitude of about 7500 meters. Everything goes according to plan the expedition. Although the snow conditions were more severe than usual. The expedition will rest first at the base camp, and then go down in the valley. Then the group will return to the base camp, then climb tj the ABC camp to wait for a weather window to climb to the summit.
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.
Total the top of Everest climbers 16 (12 + 4)
Planned record achievements:
Alexander Abramov - Ludmila Korobeshko: 3rd ascent of couples, the first time in the world.
Lynn Hanna - Noel Hannah: 1st in the history of climbing couples on two routes (South – North).
Liana Chabdarova: first Balkar woman.
Tatiana Yalovchak: the first woman from Ukraine.
Roman Reutov: panoramic shot record on Everest.