Dan Mazur – very successful season on Everest and the Himalayan peaks.

Dan Mazur sent me a letter

Greetings to you, Mountain Adventurer Himalman

Hi this is Dan Mazur, just back from a very successful season on Everest and the Himalayan peaks of Tibet and Nepal with a friendly group of men and women of all ages. I am writing to you from a gorgeous stormy north Pacific ocean side near to high mountains. The 4000 metre / 13,000 foot peaks towering above me are covered with glistening thick white glacier blankets tempting skiers, walkers, and climbers. Down here on the coastline, snow lies heavily in the trees and waves crash on the rocky beach in front of my house. Sea birds and gulls soar and call in the mist, waiting for the lowering tide to expose fresh crabs, while fur seals and whales hungrily circle schools of black-mouth salmon.

Believe it or not, I am working in the office and encourage you to contact me now for a chat about joining me during our next journey on 8th April, 2012, to the Himalayas in peaceful, beautiful, friendly, and uncrowded Tibet and Nepal.

We also have upcoming trips throughout the year in Africa, China, and South America, as well as the September-December season in Nepal and Tibet.

I invite you and your friends to join me and our team this year as we are going to have a very enjoyable and adventurous time in the mountains.

I will be leading my 9th Everest expedition, as well as basecamp treks, Everest training climbs, trips to Africa, and Glacier Schools. Welcome to the team!

Do you have any questions or ideas? Please feel free to email, telephone, skype, and facebook me.

I work for SummitClimb and SummitTrek, now in their 21st year, and it seems that 2011 was their most successful year ever. I was lucky enough to lead a team to the summit of Everest, in addition to several climbs and treks. We had 8 out of 8 members (100%) on the summit of Everest from Tibet and 5 out of 6 on the summit from Nepal. In fact, all of our big peak expeditions put their members on the summits, all treks reached basecamp, and all training climbs and mid-size mountain trips achieved their objectives.

My employers are avid mountain climbers and walkers, so they maintain their focus on providing the highest quality trip at the lowest cost. They never charge more than they would be willing to pay themselves. Please check out their payment options including accepting credit cards for 100% of your payment!

In addition, I must say I feel lucky to be working for a company that cares, with a strong focus on giving back to the poor families who live near Everest and helping with health, education, environmental and cultural preservation.

I look forward to speaking to you about Mountains, our favourite subject, to meeting, to climbing to the Summit together and to trekking and training together with you in 2012.

Please call me now for a chat. I am waiting to speak to you on +44 (0)7810375400 in the UK or +1 360-570-0715 in the US, DanielMazur@SummitClimb.com , http://www.FaceBook.com/DanielLeeMazur , Skype: Dan.Mazur8848 .

DURING APRIL AND MAY OF 2012, I INVITE YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS TO JOIN ME ON THE SUMMIT AND BASECAMP OF EVEREST, where in 2011 our friendly and very well organized expedition of leaders and Sherpas put 8 out of 8 members and 6 sherpas on the summit. We visit Everest and her surrounding peaks in just over 10 weeks on April 8th. The Nepal and Tibet season begins in early April through June, then again in September through December. These seasons have the best weather and life is quiet, peaceful, and friendly out in the Himalaya.

ARE YOU FEELING CHALLENGED BY THE ECONOMY? We run our trips as efficiently as possible. If our prices seem low, this is because we are now in our 21st year of leading climbs and treks with friendly and fun groups of men and women of all ages. We have developed deep connections with the mountaineering and trekking sectors in Nepal and Tibet. It is our objective to continue offering affordable, safe, friendly, enjoyable, and successful climbing expeditions and walks.

PLEASE READ ALL OF THE WAY TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS EMAIL TO DISCOVER FULL-SERVICE ADVENTURE IN THE HIMALAYA, ACONCAGUA, AND AFRICA DURING 2012.

NEPAL AND TIBET NEWS: Nepal and Tibet are very peaceful, calm, quiet and alluring at the moment. Tourist numbers are at pre-2008 levels due to the global economy. The political situation is very stable and back to normal. It’s a perfect time to visit, so please come on over. Welcome to our team!

NEWS FLASH: Our climbs and walks now include free hotels, free internal flights, free sherpas, and free oxygen on Everest and Lhotse.

GENEROUS DISCOUNTS are now on offer for groups of 2 or more, “BASIC CLIMBERS”, mountain guides, leaders in training, returning members, medical professionals, educators, etcetera.

PAYMENT NEWS: *Special Notice* – Worried about making full payment? Charge 100% of your expedition to your credit card. Earn valuable points and pay off the balance gradually over time. Please visit http://www.SummitClimbPayment.com.

INEXPENSIVE PLANE TICKETS ARE STILL EASY TO FIND: Please email or telephone me and I will gladly assist you in locating these.

EVEREST NEWS: For Everest climbers, we are now giving FREE OXYGEN, no charge for a five-bottle set.

EVEREST NEPAL BASECAMP WALK NEWS: 30% REDUCED PRICE! : Join Arnold Coster in April and May in 2012 for an affordable world famous basecamp trek. Spaces still available so join now! PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE SHERPAS, FREE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS, AND FREE HOTELS.

EVEREST GLACIER SCHOOL & MERA PEAK NEWS: 15% REDUCED PRICE! Remote walking and easy climbing with the best views of Everest. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE SHERPAS, FREE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS, AND FREE HOTELS.

COMMISSIONS FOR SENDING US NEW MEMBERS: Please tell your friends and receive a cash commission for everyone you send us.

“HELP WANTED” : Are you a mountain guide or would you like to become one? Please join the fun and earn a big discount at our http://www.LeaderInTraining.com .

GIVING BACK TO THOSE IN NEED: If you are interested in the charity and service side, please get involved via donating to the http://www.MountEverestFoundation.org to support and work together with local families living near Everest with hospitals, schools, environmental, and cultural preservation. If you feel the need to get your hands dirty and help, dig in with our twice yearly http://www.EverestServiceWalk.org and http://www.RemoteNepalServiceWalk.org .

NOW IS THE TIME: Please indicate your 2012 interests very soon as we are currently gathering applications and filling out the permit applications. Welcome to our expedition and I look forward to chatting, meeting, and to walking and climbing together with you in 2012.

7 SUMMITS NEWS: In addition to Everest, in February 2012, you are invited to join me for a trip to Africa, where I am very excited to be leading a Walk to the top of Kilimanjaro (another of the famous 7-Summits), Climbing and Walking on Mt. Kenya, and Wildlife Safaris. Here is where our enjoyable team will be in February, you are welcome to join me and the gang, thanks for letting me know this week or next: http://www.AfricaSummitClimb.com . This is a fantastic Training Climb for Everest.

Also, we have a climb of Aconcagua, the famous 7-Summit and highest in all of the Americas. Would you like to join in February? Our top leader Max Kausch is very qualified, relaxed, and an excellent leader. Just a few places are left, so please do let me know in the next few days: http://www.AconcaguaSummitClimb.com . Get in top shape and prepare for Everest.

Here is a QUICK LIST of the excitement on offer for 2012:

EVEREST TIBET SUMMIT: Join Dan Mazur in April and May. 2011 100% summit success. Basic Cost $12,750, £7,950, €9,250. Full Service $27,450, £16,850, €19,850;

EVEREST NEPAL SUMMIT: Join Arnold Coster in April and May. 2011 5 out of 6 on the summit. Basic $19,850, £12,250, €14,450. Full Serv $35,450, £21,950, €25,750;

EVEREST TIBET TRAINING CLIMB AND NORTH COL: Join Dan Mazur in April and May. Climb to 7000m. 28 days. Full Service $7850, £4850, €5650;

EVEREST NEPAL CAMP 3 TRAINING CLIMB: Join Arnold Coster in April and May. 31 days. Full Service $8650, £5350, €6250. 16 days: $6350, £3850, €4350;

EVEREST GLACIER SCHOOL: Join Sange Sherpa in April, May, and October. 22 days. REDUCED PRICE: $2950 £1850 €2150, Seven day option: $1450, £950, €1050;

EVEREST TIBET ADVANCED BASECAMP WALK: Join Dan Mazur in April and May. 20 days. Best Everest Views. Full Service: $3,850, £2,350, €2,750;

EVEREST NEPAL BASECAMP WALK: Join Arnold Coster in April, May, and October. 18 days. World famous basecamp. NEW REDUCED PRICE! Full Service: $1850, £1150, €1450;

CHO OYU CLIMB: Join Max Kausch in May & Sept. 38 days. Best preparation for Everest. Basic: $7,150, £4,450, €5,150. Full Service: $11,850, £7,350, €8,550;

LHOTSE CLIMB: Join Arnold Coster in April and May. 2011 100% summit success. Basic Cost: $6,850, £4,250, €4,950. Full Service: $14,850, £9,250, €10,750;

MUSTAGATA CLIMB: Join Jon Otto. 24 days in July. Walk, Climb, Ski, Board, Snowshoe, Raquette. Basic: $2750, £1650, €1950. Full: $5450, £3350, €3750;

AMA DABLAM CLIMB: Max Kausch. 29 days in Oct and Nov. Nepal’s famous technical-climbable rock + ice: Basic: $3250, £1950, €2250. Full: $6850, £4250, €4750;

BARUNTSE CLIMB: Join Dan Mazur. 34 days in Oct and Nov. 3 peaks in one, grand circuit in Everest region. Full Service: $7,650, £4,750, €5,550;

MERA PEAK TREK: Join Dan Mazur for 22 days in Oct. Remote walking and easy climbing best views of Everest. REDUCED PRICE: $2950 £1850 €2150;

SHISHAPANGMA CLIMB: Join Dan Mazur in Sept – Oct. 38 days. Remote Tibet. Basic: $7,150, £4,450, €5150. Full Service: $11,850, £7,350, €8,550. 20% off for Cho Oyu combo;

SEATTLE GLACIER SCHOOL: Join Dan Mazur in July. 7 days of gear prep, shopping, train + attempt a 14,000 ft/4000 metre peak. Free!

ALPS MEET: Join Dan Mazur in Feb. 1 week of skiing/boarding and 1 week of ice + snow climbing in the French Alps. Free of Cost!

SERVICE WALKS TO EVEREST + REMOTE NEPAL. Join Dan Mazur in June and Nov. Assist locals w/schools, health, environment + culture exchange;

KILIMANJARO TREK, MOUNT KENYA CLIMB, SAFARI: Join Dan Mazur for 7-Summit and exotic walks, climbs, safaris in Feb and Aug;

ACONCAGUA CLIMB: 7-Summit, highest in the Americas in January + February with expert leader. 20 days in Jan-Feb. Cheap Price: $2950 £1850 €2150;

NOW IN THEIR 21ST YEAR, http://www.SummitClimb.com and http://www.SummitTrek.com have built up some of the best, if I may say so, most knowledgeable and helpful, most qualified British, American, European, and Australian leaders, technically trained expert and friendly Sherpas, skillful cooks, delicious food, comfortable hotels, cozy basecamps, excellent tents, ropes, oxygen sets, climbing and safety equipment, and an extremely succesful track record.

WELL ORGANISED, GOOD VALUE and EXCELLENT TRACK RECORD: When comparing options please carefully check what is on offer and prior performance. I have worked for many different companies during my climbing career, and I feel that SummitClimb and SummitTrek offer the best organisation, very good value for money, and unmatched summit success. For example, all of their expeditions put members on the summit (and all of their treks, walks and training climbs reached their objectives) during 2011. Many teams had 100% success! SummitClimb and SummitTrek continue to focus on the following in 2012:

*** OUR PHILOSOPHY of encouraging people to explore and enjoy mountains by reducing our prices and opening up more affordable opportunities to train, learn, share, and explore the sport of mountain climbing and walking.

***AFFORDABLE EQUIPMENT PURCHASE ADVICE. As part of our enhanced customer service, we go over your equipment personally with you and advise you about the best types of gear and locations to purchase.

***OUR CHO OYU, SHISHAPANGMA, AND NORTH COL EVEREST TRAINING CLIMB PRICES HAVE BEEN DRASTICALLY REDUCED. There is no better preparation for Everest than Cho Oyu and Shishapangma. From the North Col or the Camp 3 Training Climb you could achieve a personal altitude record and even transition directly to Everest.

***NOT SURE ABOUT YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE? Our leaders can evaluate your abilities and teach you everything you need to know. Send us an email, facebook message, skype, or telephone us to discuss your goals and dreams!

***PREPARING FOR EVEREST? WE NOW OFFER 3 EVEREST TRAINING CLIMBS, including the Everest View Glacier School, awarded National Geographic Adventures ’25 Best New Trips’ where the focus is on gaining skills, working with the leaders and sherpas, and learning to use all of the equipment you need to get to the top. We offer everything from 6 day to 31 day trips where you can test yourself at high altitude, and progress onto Everest, Lhotse, or Cho Oyu.

***JOIN ONE OF OUR EVEREST TRAINING CLIMBS, AND, IF YOU FEEL WELL ENOUGH, YOU COULD EVEN CLIMB EVEREST OR LHOTSE ON THE SPOT, AT NO ADDITIONAL COST.

***FOR “TREKKING PEAK” ENTHUSIASTS who prefer a bit of walking combined with adventurous short climbs of 6000 metre / 20,000 foot high “trekking peaks”, we welcome you to join our fun teams, expert leaders, and top sherpas for Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya, Lobuche Peak, Mera Peak, and Island Peak.

***LOVE SKIING, BOARDING, SNOWSURFING AND SNOWSHOEING? Please come and join us for Alps Meet, Mustagata, Mera Peak, and Cho Oyu.

***LOOKING FOR INTERMEDIATE HEIGHT MOUNTAINS? Enjoy our extensive 7000 metre / 23,000 foot high peak programme including Aconcagua, North Col, Everest Camp 3, Mustagata, Ama Dablam and Baruntse.

***MORE INTERESTED IN GENTLE AND BEAUTIFUL HIMALAYAN WALKS AND CULTURAL TOURS? We have a wide variety of fascinating walks and opportunities to explore the Himalaya, whether you wish to visit the world’s most famous basecamp, remote valleys where tourists seldom tread, or bring needed supplies to poor families living in rural villages near to, but on the “wrong side” of Mount Everest.

***SEE TIBET BEFORE IT CHANGES. We have worked very hard to develop good relations with Tibetans to keep the doors open and each year we are able to consistently obtain permission for all of our climbs and walks to visit Tibet. For example, during 2012 we have a series of exciting Tibetan adventures from the Summit of Everest, Cho Oyu, Shishapangma, the North Col, as well as a wide variety of fascinating training trips, stunning basecamp and advanced basecamp walks and cultural explorations.

***LEADER IN TRAINING PROGRAM. NEW FOR 2012: We have revamped our program and now encourage existing and aspiring mountain leaders and guides to join us to share their knowledge and to learn about how to assist everyone in discovering the wonders of high places. If you are already a mountain leader or wish to become one, please examine http://www.LeaderInTraining.com .

***DO YOU PREFER CLIMBING INDEPENDENTLY AND DOING THINGS ON YOUR OWN? Please check out our **BASIC CLIMBS**, open to individuals who want to “do their own thing” and prefer a high level of autonomy and extremely low cost, yet still benefit from well-organized permits, transport logistics, advice about where and what equipment and supplies to obtain, walkie talkie and satphone communications, rescue, medical, fixed ropes, tent and camp security, etcetera.

***HOW SERIOUS ARE WE ABOUT GIVING BACK TO PEOPLE WHO LOVE MOUNTAINS? WE OFFER TWO FREE TRIPS: http://www.AlpsMeet.org and http://www.SeattleGlacierSchool.org , where you can meet like minded people, learn about mountains, share what you know, and have a load of fun. Welcome new and old friends, men and women of all ages, at no charge, free of cost!

OUR CLIMBS AND WALKS ARE LISTED BELOW and feature the best most experienced American, British, European, and Australian leaders who teach you everything you need to know, top notch trained and highly qualified sherpas, delicious food, excellent equipment, tents, radios, satphones, oxygen, etcetera. Our prices are for full-service, including everything imaginable from door to door, from KTM-basecamp-summit, and back. We also list prices for “basic” climbs, a stripped down version of the trip to help you save your pennies.

EVEREST TIBET SUMMIT EXPEDITION 2012: http://www.EverestClimb.com – Basic Cost: $12,750, £7,950, €9,250. Full Service Cost: $27,450, £16,850, €19,850. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE SUMMIT CLIMB AND THE WALK/DRIVE TO BASECAMP: FREE OXYGEN, FREE SHERPAS, AND FREE HOTELS. Please join me, Dan Mazur, 9 time Everest leader, for an exciting and affordable 60 day expedition in April and May. ***2011 expedition 100% summit success, 8 out of 8 on the summit. View the latest news at: http://www.EverestTibetNews.com . Exotic and less crowded Tibet, with the best views of Everest in the world. Made famous in 1928 by Mallory and Irvine. By the way, we have an office in Lhasa and ALWAYS obtain our Tibet permits.

EVEREST NEPAL SUMMIT EXPEDITION 2O12: http://www.EverestNepalClimb.com – Basic Cost: $19,850, £12,250, €14,450. Full Service Cost: $35,450, £21,950, €25,750. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE SUMMITCLIMB AND THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE OXYGEN, FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE INTERNAL FLIGHTS. Friendly leader Arnold Coster has 5 Everest expeditions and is one of the best in the business. 60 days in April and May at a very low price. ***2011 expedition summit success, 5 out of 6 on the summit. View the latest news at: http://www.EverestNepalNews.com . The classic climb on Everest, following in the footsteps of Hillary and Tenzing.

EVEREST TIBET TRAINING CLIMB AND NORTH COL 2012: http://www.EverestTibetTrainingClimb.com and http://www.North-Col.com – Full Service Cost $7850, £4850, €5650. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND THE WALK/DRIVE TO BASECAMP WITH FREE SHERPAS AND FREE HOTELS. Please join me, Dan Mazur, 9 time Everest leader, for an exciting and affordable 28 day expedition in April or May, and a great chance to learn all about climbing, see how you feel at altitude, visit exotic Tibet, and if you are feeling well, transition to Everest and Cho Oyu AT NO EXTRA COST. View the latest news at: http://www.NorthColNews.com . Climb very high in exotic Tibet in a short period of time at an excellent price. Exotic and less crowded Tibet, with the best views of Everest in the world. Made famous in 1928 by Mallory and Irvine. By the way, we have an office in Lhasa and ALWAYS obtain our Tibet permits. Leader Dan Mazur and our friendly expert Sherpas teach you everything you need to know. Get Qualified for Everest, and climb to the summit of Everest on the spot if you feel well.

EVEREST NEPAL CAMP 3 TRAINING CLIMB: http://www.EverestTrainingClimb.com – Full Service Cost $8650, £5350, €6250. Sixteen day option: $6350, £3850, €4350. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE INTERNAL FLIGHTS. Friendly leader Arnold Coster, has 5 Everest expeditions and is one of the best in the business. 31 days, or 16 days school only, in April or May, and an affordable way to learn all about climbing, see how you feel at altitude, visit beautiful Nepal, and if you are feeling well, transition to Everest AT NO EXTRA COST. ***2011 expedition 100% summit success. View the latest news at: http://www.EverestTrainingClimbNews.com . The classic climb on Everest, following in the footsteps of Hillary and Tenzing. Leader Arnold and our friendly expert Sherpas teach you everything you need to know. Get Qualified for Everest, and climb to the summit on the spot if you feel well.

EVEREST GLACIER SCHOOL: http://www.EverestGlacierSchool.com – REDUCED PRICE: $2950 £1850 €2150,  Seven day option: $1450, £950, €1050. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE INTERNAL FLIGHTS. Friendly leader Ang Sange Sherpa, has led 14 Glacier Schools, and is an excellent instructor and a very friendly person, and teaches everything you need to know. 22 days (or 7 days for the school and climb only) during April, May, or October. If you feel well enough on the April trip you can transition directly to the Everest Nepal Training Climb or Cho Oyu. ***2011 expedition 100% summit success! View the latest news at: http://www.EverestGlacierSchoolNews.com . AWARDED NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC’S “25 BEST NEW TRIPS”.

EVEREST TIBET ADVANCED BASECAMP WALK: http://www.AdvancedBasecampWalk.com – Full Service Cost: $3,850, £2,350, €2,750. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE DRIVE ACROSS TIBET AND WALK UP TO ADVANCED BASECAMP: FREE SHERPAS AND FREE HOTELS. Please join me, Dan Mazur, 9 time Everest leader, for an exciting and affordable 20 day walk in April or May, and a good chance to see exotic Tibet. View the latest news at: http://www.AdvancedBaseCampNews.com . Rustic, Medieval and Less crowded Tibet, with the best views of Everest in the world, much better than in Nepal. Made famous in 1928 by Mallory and Irvine. ***Everyone reached basecamp during our recent trek. By the way, we have an office in Lhasa and ALWAYS obtain our Tibet permits.

EVEREST NEPAL BASECAMP WALK: http://www.EverestBasecampWalk.com – Full Service Cost: $1850, £1150, €1450. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE SHERPAS, FREE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS, AND FREE HOTELS. Friendly leader Arnold Coster, has 5 Everest expeditions and is one of the best in the business. 18 days in April, May or October. Wander gentle and wide snow-free trails through beautiful green terraced villages with amazing Himalayan views. Includes top-notch sherpas, delicious food, high-quality tents and excellent equipment. Visit our world’s most famous basecamp and hike the Everest view ridge of Kala Patar. Follow in the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Sherpa who made the first ascent of Everest. ***Everyone reached basecamp during our recent trek. View the latest news at: http://www.BasecampNews.com .

CHO OYU CLIMB, THE WORLD’S BEST PREPARATION FOR EVEREST: http://www.ChoOyuClimb.com – Basic Climb Cost: $7,150, £4,450, €5,150. Full Service Cost: $11,850, £7,350, €8,550. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND THE WALK/DRIVE TO BASECAMP WITH FREE SHERPAS AND FREE HOTELS. 38 days in April-May & Sep-Oct. ‘Easy’ snow climb of the 6th highest mountain in the world. There is probably no better preparation for climbing Everest. Most accessible of the world’s “8,000 metre”, 26,000 foot high peaks. 4-time Cho Oyu leader Max Kausch is extremely experienced, friendly, and teaches you everything you need to know. Located beside Everest on the edge of the exotic Tibetan Plateau. It is possible to ski and snowboard Cho Oyu. ***2011 expedition 7 out of 9 members reached the summit! View the latest news at: http://www.ChoOyuNews.com . By the way, we have an office in Lhasa and ALWAYS obtain our Tibet permits.

LHOTSE CLIMB, 4TH HIGHEST IN THE WORLD, CLIMBED FROM THE SAME ROUTE AS EVEREST: http://www.LhotseClimb.com Basic Climb Cost: $6,850, £4,250, €4,950. Full Service Cost: $14,850, £9,250, €10,750. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE SUMMITCLIMB AND THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE OXYGEN, FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE INTERNAL FLIGHTS. 60 days in April-May. Climb the fourth highest peak in the world from the same route as our Everest Nepal Expedition. 5 time Everest summitter and experienced Lhotse leader Arnold Coster is friendly, helpful, well organized, and teaches you everything you need to know. Branch off the Everest route just before high camp and ascend the infamous Lhotse Couloir to the summit. A brilliant way to check out Everest up close and climb a high and challenging summit for reduced cost. ***2011 expedition 100% summit success! View the latest news at: http://www.LhotseNews.com .

MUSTAGATA CLIMB, WORLD’S EASIEST 7500 METRE / 24,606 FOOT HIGH PEAK, FAMOUS FOR WALKING, CLIMBING, SNOWSHOEING, SKIING, BOARDING, AND SNOW RAQUETTING: http://www.MustagataClimb.com – Basic Climb Cost: $2750, £1650, €1950. Full Service Cost: $5450, £3350, €3750. Leader Jon Otto is friendly and experienced and speaks perfect English and Chinese. Jon will teach you everything you need to know. In just 25 days for a reasonable cost, you can climb this very high but moderate snow peak (average slope angle just 18 degrees). Climbing Mustagata could qualify you for Everest. Includes top-notch sherpas, delicious food, high-quality tents and excellent equipment. ***Our 2011 expeditions were very safe and successful! View the latest news at: http://www.MustagataNews.com . SELECTED BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AS “BEST ADVENTURE DESTINATION 2012”.

AMA DABLAM CLIMB, ASIA’S MOST FAMOUS ROCK, SNOW, AND ICE PEAK. THE MATTERHORN OF THE HIMALAYA. TECHNICAL BUT CLIMBABLE: http://www.AmaDablamClimb.com – Basic Climb Cost: $3250, £1950, €2250. Full Service Cost: $6850, £4250, €4750. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND THE WALK TO BASECAMP: FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE INTERNAL FLIGHTS. 29 days in October-November. Located just 15 km / 10 miles from Everest. Among the most photographed peaks in the world. Everything for the novice to the expert climber. Beautiful rock is solid granite “scrambling”. Basecamp is located in a lovely grassy meadow. The hardest pitch is 12 metres / 40 feet of French class 4, British Severe, or North American 5.7. You will be following, not leading, on secure fixed ropes. Test yourself to 7000 metres / 23,000 feet. 4 time team leader Max Kausch is very experienced and friendly. He will review all needed skills on small cliffs around the warm and sunny basecamp. Climbing Ama Dablam qualifies you for Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and Shishapangma. ***2011 Summit success: 10 out of 11 members on the summit! View the latest news at: http://www.AmaDablamNews.com .

BARUNTSE CLIMB, GRAND CIRCLE CLIMBING TRIP THROUGH THE EVEREST HIMALAYA. 3 PEAKS IN ONE, MERA PEAK, BARUNTSE AND AMPHULABTSA: http://www.BaruntseClimb.com – Full Service Cost: $7,650, £4,750, €5,550. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND WALK: FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE INTERNAL FLIGHTS. 34 days in October-November. Just 15km / 10 miles from Everest, Baruntse is known as Nepal’s ‘easiest’ 7000 metre / 23,000 foot peak. Hiking on snow which is steep and exposed at times, but not technically difficult. Experienced friendly leader Dan Mazur teaches you everything you need to know. Make a great ‘circle-trek’ through remote valleys near Everest. “Three trips in one” includes easy Mera “trekking-peak” 6500 metres / 21,500 feet high and a crossing of the famous “Amphu-Labtsa” pass at 5800 metres / 19,000 feet. Climbing Baruntse qualifies you for Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and Shishapangma. ***2011 expedition success: 7 members on the summit of Mera Peak and Baruntse. First team to reach the summit, two years in a row. View the latest news: http://www.BaruntseNews.com .

MERA PEAK TREK, REMOTE NEPAL AT ITS FINEST, A GORGEOUS TREKKING PEAK WITH THE BEST VIEWS OF EVEREST: http://www.TrekMera.com – REDUCED PRICE: $2950 £1850 €2150. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND WALK: FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE INTERNAL FLIGHTS. 22 days in October. Mera Peak has perhaps the best Everest views of any mountain, because Mera stands back at a distance from the range. It is a 6500 metre / 21,000 foot high but relatively easy ‘trekking peak’ located in a gorgeous remote area of Nepal, where uncut ancient forests and deep river gorges abound. Your leader Dan Mazur is experienced, friendly, and will teach you everything you need to know. It is also possible to ski and snowboard Mera Peak. Trekking Mera is good preparation for Baruntse, Ama Dablam, Everest Nepal Training Climb, Shishapangma, Cho Oyu, and Mustagata. ***2011 expedition success: 7 members on the summit! View the latest news: http://www.MeraPeakNews.com .

SHISHAPANGMA CLIMB, THE LOWEST OF THE WORLD’S FOURTEEN 8000 METRE PEAKS. THE BEST POSSIBLE PREPARATION FOR EVEREST: http://www.ShishapangmaClimb.com – Basic Climb Cost: $7,150, £4,450, €5150. Full Service Cost: $11,850, £7,350, €8,550. 20% discount for combining with Cho Oyu. PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING FOR THE CLIMB AND THE WALK/DRIVE TO BASECAMP WITH FREE SHERPAS AND FREE HOTELS. 38 days September-October or 15 days in October (Cho Oyu combination). ‘Easy’ snow climb of the less crowded & lowest of the world’s 14 eight thousand metre, 26,000 foot high mountains, located in exotic Tibet near Everest. Led by Dan Mazur who teaches you everything you need to know. Dan is a 9 time Everest Leader, and this is his third Shishapangma expedition. Our sherpas are extremely experienced, our food is delicious and our tents and equipment are among the best. Climbing Shishapangma qualifies you for Everest from Tibet, Everest from Nepal, and Lhotse. You may wish to combine with Cho Oyu to climb Shisha in just 15 days and save 20%. Also, it is possible to ski and snowboard Shisha. ***2011 expedition: 4 out of 5 members reached the summit, and the Cho-Shish “double header” was 100% successful. View the latest news at: http://www.ShishaPangmaNews.com . By the way, we have an office in Lhasa and ALWAYS obtain our Tibet permits.

http://www.SeattleGlacierSchool.org – 7 days in July. Free of cost. No charge. Leader: Dan Mazur is a friendly and accomplished leader who teaches you everything you need to know. Learn glacier climbing and snow camping. Purchase or hire – rent mountaineering equipment at one of the many inexpensive mountain climbing shops in Seattle. After several days of instruction and practice, attempt one of the most glaciated 4000 metre / 14,000 foot high peaks in lower North America. ***Our 2011 glacier school was very safe and successful! View the latest news at: http://www.SeattleGlacierSchoolNews.com .

http://www.AlpsMountainMeet.com – Free of cost, no charge. 1 or 2 weeks in France during late February and early March, led by Dan Mazur who teaches you everything you need to know. It’s not as expensive as you think, around £48 per day includes accommodation and 2 meals a day. Week 1: skiing/boarding on/backcountry in Tignes, with a chance to climb 3,800 metre / 12,500 foot high peaks. Week 2: climbing around Chamonix including glaciers, ice and mixed couloirs. It is not necessary to know how to ski. View the latest news at: http://www.AlpsMeetNews.com .

http://www.EverestBasecampServiceTrek.org – Donation: $3450, £2150, €2450 (your contribution for the trek and your international flight are gift aid tax eligible). PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR YOUR TREK, INCLUDING FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS. 22 days in April and October. Support trek with the Mount Everest Foundation for Sustainable Development (MEFSD) to the Pema Choling Buddhist women’s convent, also known as the Deboche Nunnery, where 12 impoverished nuns live in an ancient convent. After visiting and helping, walk to Everest Base Camp and the famous Everest viewing ridge of Kala Pattar. Leader Ang Sange Sherpa, 15 Everest Basecamp Treks. ***During our recent trek, members helped to install a greenhouse and water line.

http://www.RemoteNepalServiceWalk.org – Donation: $1850, £1150, €1250 (100% of your contribution for the trek and your international flight are gift aid eligible). PRICE INCLUDES EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR YOUR TREK, INCLUDING FREE SHERPAS, FREE HOTELS, AND FREE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS. 15 days June or November – December. Join experienced friendly leader Dan Mazur and staff of the Mount Everest Foundation for Sustainable Development (MEFSD) to walk the beautiful green foothills beneath Mount Everest and explore ancient uncut forests and terraced farmlands. Visit friendly farm families living a traditional life, and deliver needed medical and educational supplies to remote schools and hospitals. Try your hand at school teaching, building construction, and seeing patients. THIS IS A LOW ALTITUDE TREK, you will never step on snow nor walk higher than 2700 metres / 8850 feet. Discounts for medical professionals and teachers. ***During our recent trek, members delivered needed medical and school supplies and clothing, also tried their hand at teaching and seeing patients. View the latest news at: http://www.ServiceTrekNews.org .

http://www.KiliTrek.com – Kilimanjaro, 14-22 February or August (9 days). One of the famous “7-summits”. A brilliant introduction to high altitude mountaineering on the highest mountain in all of Africa. Kili is only easy walking to the top on solid trails, there is no climbing. A fast way to see how you feel at altitude in exotic Africa. Leader Dan Mazur teaches you everything you need to know and has climbed Kili 5 times. Cost $2950, £1850, €2150. View the latest news at: http://www.KiliTrekNews.com .

http://www.KenyaClimb.com – Mt. Kenya trek or optional rock climb, 21-28 February or August (8 days). This is the 2nd highest peak in Africa. Stunning forests with lots of wildlife, high altitude cloud forest and above treeline terrain. Much less crowded than Kilimanjaro with a gorgeous summit circuit walk, the highlight of which is the stunning sunrise from famous Point Lenana. Optional exciting 16 pitch rock climb on good granite. Hardest pitch North American 5.7, French 4, British Severe. Should you choose the optional rock climb, you will be following, not leading, on secure fixed ropes. Leader Dan Mazur has climbed Mt. Kenya three times. Cost $1850, £1150, €1350. View the latest news at: http://www.MtKenyaNews.com .

Wildlife Game viewing Safari in East Africa’s best parks (2-4 days): Amboseli (2 days): $650 USD, Serengeti (4 days): $1200. See Lions, Giraffes, Elephants, Rhino, Hippos, Zebras, Wildebeest, and thousands of Birds.

COMBINE ALL 3 AFRICAN ADVENTURES AND SAVE: 14 February – 2 March or August: a) $4950, £3050, €3550 (with Amboseli safari), b) $5550, £3450, €4050 (with Serengeti safari). ONLY A FEW PLACES LEFT, SO PLEASE BOOK NOW.

http://www.AconcaguaSummitClimb.com – 20 days in January / February. SPECIAL LOW PRICE. One of the famous “7-summits”. A brilliant introduction to high altitude mountaineering on the highest mountain in all of the Americas. 7,000 metres / 23,000 feet. Leader Max Kausch: experienced, friendly, speaks perfect English + Spanish. Max has climbed Aconcagua five times and teaches everything you need to know. There is no “climbing” on Aconcagua’s easy terrain, its just a walk on rocky (and occasionally snowy) trails. However, it’s still challenging, as with occasional snow and wind on summit day, crampons, ice axe, mountaineering boots and winter clothing are required. High altitude for a low price and a short duration of time. Aconcagua can help qualify you for Everest. REDUCED PRICE: $2950 £1850 €2150. ***Our last Aconcagua expedition was very safe and successful! View the latest news at: http://www.AconcaguaSummitClimbNews.com . ONLY A FEW PLACES LEFT, SO PLEASE BOOK NOW.

This brings us to the close of our first newsletter for 2012, our 21st Anniversary, and I look forward to climbing, walking, and doing service work with you in 2012.

Thanks for reading, and I would like to speak to you further about our favorite topic: MOUNTAINS. Please email, facebook, skype, or telephone me at your earliest opportunity. In case I am out walking and climbing when you ring, do leave a clear message with your name, email address, and phone number, best time to ring back, etcetera.

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Thank you very much. Yours Sincerely,

Dan Mazur

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Memoriał im. Piotra Morawskiego 2011.

Olga Morawska wraz z Alpinus Expedition Team zapraszają do udziału w Memoriale im. Piotra Morawskiego „Miej odwagę!”. Celem Memoriału jest nagrodzenie najbardziej interesujących projektów podróżniczych, poznawczych, wspinaczkowych, narciarskich lub żeglarskich. morawski

Wyprawy można zgłaszać od 24 listopada br. w serwisie www.alpinus-miejodwage.pl.

Ogłoszenie zwycięzcy 1. edycji Memoriału odbędzie się w marcu 2011 r. podczas Festiwalu Podróżników Kolosy w Gdyni.

Po raz pierwszy zasady Memoriału im. Piotra Morawskiego zostały przedstawione przez Olgę Morawską, żonę Piotra, w marcu 2010 r. podczas festiwalu Kolosy 2009.

— Memoriał im. Piotra Morawskiego powstał, ponieważ wierzymy, że energia Piotra, jego siła i odwaga są warte ocalenia. Piotr był himalaistą i wybitnym wspinaczem. Miał odwagę, aby realizować marzenia, a swoją pasją zarażał innych. Idee, które były dla Piotrka ważne, przerodziły się w Memoriał Jego imienia, który promuje odwagę, siłę i energię, a także bezpieczeństwo. Memoriałowi nadaliśmy nazwę „Miej odwagę!”, ponieważ odwaga i pomysł na życie jest tym, czego będziemy poszukiwać u uczestników konkursu — mówi Olga Morawska, pomysłodawczyni projektu.

— Piotrek Morawski był wybitnym członkiem Alpinus Expedition Team. Znając jego plany, a także jego niezwykłe umiłowanie życia z pasją, podjęliśmy decyzję o zrealizowaniu Memoriału im. Piotra Morawskiego „Miej odwagę!” Główna nagroda Memoriału daje szansę podróżnikom, wspinaczom czy żeglarzom na zrealizowanie wymarzonej wyprawy. Dzięki Memoriałowi chcemy zaprosić wszystkich odważnych ludzi do naszego zespołu podróżników i zdobywców Alpinus Expedition Team. Wierzymy, że Memoriał Piotra zyska wielu zwolenników i fanów, co pomoże nam przekazywać jego pasję i energię dalej — dodaje Zenon Raszyk, przedstawiciel marki Alpinus.

Zasady Memoriału

Wyprawy można zgłaszać w 5 kategoriach, od 24 listopada 2010 r. do 31 stycznia 2011 r., na stronie http://www.alpinus-miejodwage.pl.

Kategorie:

1. Ziemia — wyprawy w góry i z góry, po płaskim, a także te w głąb Ziemi.

2. Powietrze — projekty, których głównym celem są loty, przeloty, odloty i skoki.

3. Woda — wyprawy po wodzie i w głąb wody.

4. Ogień — wyprawy i projekty, w których najważniejsze są kipiące emocje, adrenalina na najwyższych obrotach i dużo czadu!

5. Eter — kosmicznie odjechane projekty, które wykraczają poza ramy podstawowych żywiołów.

Przy ocenie zgłoszonych wypraw będzie brany pod uwagę oryginalny, ale jednocześnie przemyślany i możliwy do zrealizowania pomysł. Wszystkie kategorie traktowane będą równorzędnie. Zgłoszone projekty będą prezentowane na stronie Memoriału i będą oceniane przez Internautów. Głosowanie rozpocznie się 1 lutego 2011 r. i potrwa do końca miesiąca. Na decyzję o wygranej wyprawie będą miały wpływ głosy Internautów (50 %) i ocena Kapituły Memoriału (50 %), w której skład wchodzą: Olga Morawska, Zenon Raszyk, przedstawiciel marki Alpinus i członkowie Alpinus Expedition Team.

Regulamin konkursu dostępny jest na stronie alpinus-miejodwage.pl.

Nagroda

Zwycięzca konkursu otrzyma honorowe, roczne członkostwo w Alpinus Expedition Team, a zwycięska wyprawa zostanie sfinansowana. Zwycięzca, jako honorowy członek Teamu, stanie się także członkiem Kapituły Memoriału i będzie miał wpływ na wybór kolejnej zwycięskiej wyprawy.

Piotr Morawski

(ur. 27 grudnia 1976, zm. 08 kwietnia 2009) — doktor chemii na Politechnice Warszawskiej, największy polski himalaista młodego pokolenia, jeden z najlepszych himalaistów świata. Zdobywca 6 ośmiotysięczników. Od 2007 roku pełnił funkcję wiceprezesa Polskiego Związku Alpinizmu. Był także członkiem Alpinus Expedition Team.

W 1995 roku ukończył kurs skałkowy i kurs taternicki. Od początku pociągało go zimowe wspinanie w Tatrach. Miał na swoim koncie wiele przejść tatrzańskich i alpejskich. Do największych osiągnięć w wysokogórskiej karierze Piotrka należą: pierwsze zimowe wejście na ośmiotysięcznik Shisha Pangma, wraz z Simone Moro, ustanowienie — nie pobitego do tej pory — rekordu wysokości zimą na K2, wraz z Denisem Urubko, a także trawers Gasherbruma I wraz z Peterem Hamorem czy pierwsze przejście południowej ściany Shisha Pangmy zimą wraz z Simone Moro.

W 2009 r., podczas wyprawy aklimatyzacyjnej na Dhaulagiri, Piotr Morawski wpadł do szczeliny lodowcowej, niestety nie udało się go uratować. Zginął mając 32 lata. Został pochowany w Himalajach.

Alpinus Expedition Team to zespół wspieranych przez markę Alpinus polskich wspinaczy i podróżników, którzy poszukują nowych ekstremalnych wyzwań, często w dziewiczych rejonach świata. Alpinus Expedition Team tworzą: Ola Taistra, Kinga Baranowska, Edyta Ropek, Jacek Kudłaty i Marcin Gienieczko.

www.alpinus.pl.

Dodatkowe informacje: Magdalena Swoboda, tel. 692 444 289, Anna Wróblewska, tel. 697 223 850.

Źródło: – http://pza.org.pl/

* posty o wyprawach kliknij : Piotr Morawski

Breaking news: Piotr Morawski lost on Dhaulagiri. Piotr Morawski zginął na Dhaulagiri. /Version english and polish/

–  Piotr Morawski the famous Polish climber. /Version english and polish/

–  Szczelina – historia Piotra Morawskiego.

– web album – mBank Annapurna West Face Expedition 2008

Polish-Italian winter expedition to Shisha Pangma (8027m), 2005 /Version polish and english/

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Wyprawy/List of expeditions :

* *[2008] Gasherbrum II (8035) – normal route, with Peter Hamor, summited July 6th
* *[2008] Gasherbrum I (8068) – traverse, with Peter Hamor, alpine style, beginning on Spanish route, via American route, descent by normal route (Japanese route), summited June 24th,
* [2008] Annapurna (8091) – North-West face, Gabbarou spur, with Piotr Pustelnik, Peter Hamor, Dariusz Załuski, the second repetition of the route, aborted 150 meters below the summit due to a ferocious storm on May 29th, two bivaques at 7700, just 400 meters of fixed ropes used.
* *[2008] Ama Dablam (6859) – normal route, with Piotr Pustelnik, Peter Hamor, Dariusz Załuski, summited April 3rd
* [2007] K2 (8611) – new route attempt on the West face, after fast ascent via Česen route on the south face stopped at 8000 after 30 hours, August 10th, with Peter Hamor and Dodo Kopold
* *[2007] Nanga Parbat (8125) – Diamir face, Kinshofer route, with Peter Hamor and Dodo Kopold, summited  July 14th
* *[2006] Broad Peak (8047) – normal route, with Piotr Pustelnik and Peter Hamor, during summit push on July 8th rescue action of an Austrian climber from the col at 7800, finally summited July 9th
* [2006] Annapurna (8091) – East ridge, with Piotr Pustelnik, Peter Hamor, Don Bowie, almost one week spent on the ridge above 7500, summit push on May 21st aborted below East Summit (8010), rescue action of a snowblinded Tibetan climber from the ridge. Only Peter Hamor summited
* *[2006] Cho Oyu (8201) – normal route, with Piotr Pustelnik, Peter Hamor, Don Bowie, summited April 24th
* [2005] Annapurna (8091) – South face, Bonnington route, with Piotr Pustelnik, Marcin Miotk, Vlado Štrba, aborted at 7300 metres.
* *[2005] Shisha Pangma (8027) – first winter ascent, Yugoslavian route on South face, with Simone Moro, Jan Szulc, Dariusz Załuski, Jacek Jawień, summited January 14th (with Simone Moro)
* [2004] Shisha Pangma (8027) – winter expedition, South face, Spanish route, first ascent of South face in winter season, with Simone Moro, Jan Szulc, Dariusz Załuski, Jacek Jawień, Pierre Bergeron,  Yvon Latreille, summit push on January 17th aborted at 7700 on the summit ridge (with Simone Moro)
* [2003] K2 (8611) – winter expedition, North ridge, Japanese route, the highest point achieved in winter season on K2 by climbers with Denis Urubko, camp 4 at 7650
* [2002] Pobeda Pik (7439) – normal route, with Marcin Kaczkan, aborted at 6400
* *[2001] Chan Tengri (6995) – normal route, with Marcin Kaczkan, summited

** Zobacz też:

Polskie wyprawy zimowe w Himalaje.

Artur Hajzer: POLSKI HIMALAIZM ZIMOWY – Plan rozwoju.

HiMountain winter expedition to Broad Peak – 2008/09 – part 21. HiMountain wyprawa zimowa Broad Peak – 2008/09 – cz.21. /Version english and polish/

Ice Warriors not give up – HiMountain winter expedition to Broad Peak – 2008/09. HiMountain wyprawa zimowa Broad Peak – 2008/09. /Version english and polish/

– 2007 Winter Nanga Parbat: It’s over – http://www.mounteverest.net/news.php?id=15523

Polish winter expedition to K2, 2002/3 /Version polish and english/

Polish-Italian winter expedition to Shisha Pangma (8027m), 2005 /Version polish and english/

Winter Manifesto of Krzysztof Wielicki – Manifest zimowy Krzysztofa Wielickiego /Version polish and english/

Polish winter expedition 1980: Everest – part 1

Polish winter expedition 1980: Everest – part 2

Polish winter expedition 1980: Everest – part 3

Polish winter expedition 1980: Everest – part 4

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Himalaya 2010 climbing season, Karakoram and Himalaya wrap-up /30/ – Week in Review.

More than a week passed; lots has gone down. Here the main headlines from the past month at ExplorersWeb.

Joe Puryear, lost in Tibet Alpinists Joe Puryear and David Gottlieb were known at ExWeb for spectacular climbs such as the 2008 first ascent of Kang Nachugo in Rolwaling Himal. In 2009 they bagged the virgin summit of Lunag Ri/Jobo Rinjang and compiled a complete list of the surrounding peaks – for those who will follow. October 27 this year the saga ended. Climbing Labuche Kang with David, a cornice broke off and Joe fell. A massive outcry from the mountaineering community following the accident showed just how popular Joe had been.

Ama Dablam rescue crash kills legend pilot On November 7, news broke about a Fishtail Air chopper crash on Ama Dablam north face. David Göttler and Kazuya Hiraide were rescued, pilots Sabin Basnet and Purna Awale lost their lives. Only this past spring, Basnet had performed the amazing rescue at 7,000 meters on Annapurna.

Himalaya wrap American Kyle Dempster and Scott Bruce Normand are back from China’s Minya Konka 6000ers with two new routes under their belts. Nepal peaks have folded after the last teams left Ama Dablam and Spaniards were rejected by high winds on Pumori.

Marty Schmidt clears up Ama Dablam In a phone call home, Marty claimed the season’s first Ama Dablam summit. In the heat of the moment, he didn’t mention he was not alone on top, which prompted his summit mate Ankaji Sherpa to publish an amendment to ExplorersWeb. Marty was fast to apologize.

Winter GI pre-expedition report by Gerfried Göschl and Louis Rousseau Karakoram winter expeditions are on increase. Several expeditions are expected this season to the notoriously empty winter peaks and if you are giving it a thought yourself, then start looking now for partners, expect trouble, and to break your piggy bank according to a pre-expedition report by Himalaya Winter Climb novices Göschl and Rousseau.

Lonnie Dupre for Denali winter climb During an Arctic career spanning 25 years, Lonnie Dupre has traveled over 15,000 miles throughout the high Arctic and polar regions by dog team, ski and kayak. Dupre is now planning a winter climb on Denali, where only nine expeditions totaling 16 people have ever reached the summit in winter.

Pakistani women going for it in winter If you think that whistling isn’t ladylike, you won’t like this either: Dur Begum, Farzana Fasial, Takat Bika, Shakeela Numa, Merah Jabeen, Gohar Nigar and Hafiza Bano from the Shimshal Mountaineering School will face the Karakoram winter for a 6000er double-header as the first Pakistani all-women expedition. And after topping-out Chaskin Sar this past summer, Pakistani 18-year-old female climber Samina Baig is ready for Mingligh Sar (6,050m). Samina will again team up with brother Mirza Ali, plus Yausaf Khan and American Jennifer Rawlins. The expedition kicks-off next week.

Hervé Barmasse: The vertical future of Shimshal women 150 years ago, villagers in the Alps patiently waited out winters, hoping to work as porters during the summer. Hervé Barmasse has launched the “Pakistan Winter Sport” project to provide a similar opportunity for local mountain guides in Shimshal — male and female.

Sophie aiming high: from Peruvian Andes to the fourteen 8000ers In 2008, Sophie Denis saw the word from the top of Everest, at 29 years old. This summer the young French climber has led some cool climbs in Peru’s Cordillera Blanca with a big goal in mind: the Himalayan giants — all 14 of them actually.

Sean Burch, Nepal Goodwill Ambassador The Nepal Tourism Board held a press conference in Kathmandu, acknowledging Sean Burch’s achievement with his run across Nepal. He will receive a Goodwill Ambassadorship from Nepal. Sean and the NTB also announced further cooperation to help develop communities living along the GHT. ExWeb attended the meeting.

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Himalaya 2010 climbing season, Karakoram and Himalaya wrap-up /20/ – Week in Review.

5000+ ascents to date – that’s what the Everest counter clocked before closing a successful season before this With Himalaya folding and Karakoram heating up; last week brought a number of heated climbing debriefs along with a Pakistan kickoff. Other news at ExWeb included vertical blue records and a mutiny. Here goes!

Pakistan wrap-up With only 25 climbing permits issued for all peaks, this may be the quietest Karakoram summer yet. The Polish are already at work on Nanga Parbat; others are in Islamabad preparing to hit the Karakoram. Check ExWeb for some of the coolest attempts.

Teen sailing update: Abby back in business Abby Sunderland has been out to sea a little over two weeks after she left Cape Town. The new autopilot works like it should, but she still has a list of things she must repair. The last week has served her everything from storm, water inside the boat to glassy seas.

Ama Dablam debrief Back home in France, Philippe Gatta has posted a complete Ama Dablam summit report and pictures. He also had a few words of conclusion for ExplorersWeb: “I thought that with less people on the mountain, we would have less problems in high camps, but I was wrong.” Check the report at ExWeb.

Vertical Blue 2010: Trubridge and Nitsch Set New World Records New Zealander William Trubridge and Austrian Herbert Nitsch set two new world records in the free immersion (FIM) and constant weight (CWT) disciplines respectively during the Vertical Blue in the end of April. The new records where set during the Vertical Blue 2010 freediving competition at Dean’s Blue Hole.

Everest north side debrief Reports state that SummitClimb team member Peter Kinloch, 28, died on Everest after a Sherpa team failed to help him down in storm conditions. Other north side climbers are nursing frostbite back home. Check the report at ExWeb.

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Himalaya 2010 climbing season, Karakoram and Himalaya wrap-up /16/ – Week in Review.

A Sherpa crew topped-out Everest last week along with Himex guide Adrian Ballinger who decided to join the push after bolting parts of the route. Peak Freaks member Lucille de Beaudrap reportedly summitted later with Domhnall O’Doughartaigh and two Sherpa. A Russian Lhotse summit push reportedly resulted in an accident but details are unclear. A forecasted weather window might kick off summit attempts on Shisha Pangma and new pushes on Everest this week.

Lhotse The large Russian team led by Alexey Bolotov began the summit bid late last week. Fatalities have been reported but are yet to be confirmed. The Kazakhs recovered the remains of their mate Serguey Samoilov, perished on the mountain last year. A decision is yet to be made on whether to bury the body in C2 or transport it down to BC.

Makalu After setting up C2 on the SE ridge, four members in the British Armed Forces expedition walked American Chris Warner, ill with serious respiratory problems, down to BC. The Ukrainians have reached the West Ridge and set C4.

Manaslu The expected weather window didn´t last for Carlos Soria and team on Manaslu – they reached C3 in a snowstorm and had to pitch their tent on unstable ice. They retreated back to BC and called the expedition off. Oscar Cadiach will stay and hope for another chance, possibly joining other teams.

Shisha Pangma “The risk/reward balance is wrong, and funnily for the first time in my life I feel afraid of dying,” Mark Hose wrapped his Shisha experience. Since the increased check of true summits, Shisha Pangma has become a tough nut to crack most climbers agree. Still, summit pushes are on this week. Edurne Pasaban and Mario Panzeri teams chose Wednesday as departure day, hoping to reach Shisha Pangma main summit on Sunday. “Weather conditions may also be OK on Monday,” Meteorologist Vitor Baia told Edurne. “It will provide good conditions for descent or an extra summit day if needed.”

Annapurna: Iranian Ehsan Partovi-Nia climbed to C2 on Annapurna’s north side on Saturday to check conditions on the route to C3. An Italian climber had a minor accident on Wednesday, Ehsan said, while a Japanese expedition has left for R&R in Pokhara after a few attempts to reach C3.

Ama Dablam French Philippe Gatta summited Ama Dablam via the SW ridge in rough conditions. With only 6 people on the mountain, Philippe climbed on his own from 6350m after his partner Jean-Marc Wojcik turned back.

Baruntse “I’m an underdog, a guy from Tennessee that comes to the Himalayas every year and pioneers something to no fanfare or avail,” a frustrated Ben Clark reported from Baruntse BC on Monday after breaking his ankle in a fall. “Finally, after all I have learned and taken from these mountains… they have given me something that I can’t ever forget; real pain, real suffering and real luck. The depth of true loss that comes with that is irreplaceable, (massive monetary investment, time and health) a new low that can only go up from here!”

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Annapurna Dream 2010: wyprawa Kingi Baranowskiej i Piotra Pustelnika, relacje cz2.

ANNAPURNA DREAM 2010 – SYNERGIA POKOLEŃ
KINGA BARANOWSKA, PIOTR PUSTELNIK

11 marca Kinga Baranowska oraz Piotr Pustelnik wyruszyli w Himalaje.

Celem wyprawy jest wspinaczka na szczyt Annapurny 8091 m n.p.m. w Nepalu, – dziesiąty co do wysokości szczyt Ziemi.

Opis wyprawy:

Wejście na szczyt przewidziane jest od strony północnej (ściana północna) drogą niemiecką. Annapurna to trudny szczyt. Drogi prowadzące na Annapurnę zarówno od strony północnej jak i południowej, charakteryzują się dużymi trudnościami technicznymi oraz zagrożeniami obiektywnymi.
Przed Annapurną zespół planuje się aklimatyzować w dolinie Khumbu na siedmiotysięczniku Pumori, położonym tuż przy Evereście.

Kinga była z Peterem na Broad Peak i Nanga Parbat, zaś z Horią na Shisha Pangma. Zespół zna się z poprzednich wypraw.

Dla Piotra będzie to piąte podejście do Annapurny, ta góra do łatwych niestety nie należy.

Kinga Baranowska – (ur. 1976) – pochodzi z Kaszub, mieszka w Warszawie.

Jedna z najlepszych himalaistek młodego pokolenia. Jest Członkiem Zarządu Klubu Wysokogórskiego Warszawa (od 2008 r.), należy do sportowego teamu Alpinusa (Alpinus Expedition Team). Ma własną firmę trekkingową. W Klubie Wysokogórskim Trójmiasto ukończyła kurs skałkowy i tatrzański.

Oto niektóre z jej licznych osiągnięć:

– Matterhorn (4478 m) – od strony włoskiej oraz wiele szczytów w Alpach, m.in. w masywie Monte Rosa -szczyty w górach Afryki (m.in. Kilimandżaro, Jabel Toubkal).

– Mont Kenia (Batian 5199 m) – ścianą pd.-wsch.

– Chan Tengri (7010 m) – od strony południowej

– Pik Pobiedy (7439 m) – organizator i uczestnik wyprawy

Cho Oyu (8201 m) – October , 2003 ;

Broad Peak (8047 m) – Julay 22, 2006 – The 11 woman ascent;

Nanga Parbat (8125 m) Julay 18, 2007;

Dhaulagiri (8167 m) May 01, 2008 – first Polish woman

Manaslu (8156 M) October 5, 2008 – first Polish woman

Kangchenjunga (8586 m) May 18, 2009 – first Polish woman

Sylwetkę himalaistki przedstawia post :

Kinga Baranowska – famous Polish climber. /Version english and polish/

Piotr Pustelnik

Urodził się w 1951 roku. Z zawodu inżynier chemik. Doktor nauk technicznych. Specjalność: ryzyko przemysłowe i bezpieczeństwo biznesowe. Piotr Pustelnik

Wspina się od 1975 roku. Instruktor alpinizmu. Wspinał się w Tatrach, Alpach, Dolomitach, w Pamirze, Karakorum i Himalajach. Laureat Nagrody „Fair Play” Polskiego Komitetu Olimpijskiego. Honorowy Obywatel Miasta Łodzi.

W latach 1990 – 2008 wszedł na 13 z 14 szczytów ośmiotysięcznych.

Od kilku lat realizuje projekt Trzy Korony, polegający na zdobyciu Korony Ziemi, (najwyższe szczyty wszystkich kontynentów), Koronki Ziemi (drugie co do wysokości szczyty wszystkich kontynentów) oraz Korony Himalajów (czternaście ośmiotysięczników).

Do zdobycia tej ostatniej brakuje mu już tylko zdobycia szczytu Annapurny.

Sylwetkę himalaisty przedstawia post :

Piotr Pustelnik – famous Polish climber. /Version english and polish/

Droga na szczyt Annapurny:

Annapurna: NF -Route, Fot. Ferran Latorre

Annapurna Dream 2010: wyprawa Kingi Baranowskiej i Piotra Pustelnika,
ich relacje z wyprawy – cz2.

Relacje: Piotra Pustelnika.

21.03.2010 Dzień drogi od bazy pod Pumori.

Wczoraj w ramach aklimatyzacji weszliśmy na położony nad wsią szczyt…Nangkar Tshang o wysokości około 5100m. Wszyscy ok.
Dzisiejszy dzień grupa spędza w Lobuche (4910m) – czyli jeden dzień drogi od bazy. Jest zimno, ale świeci piękne słońce. Śniegu nie jest dużo, leży gdzieniegdzie, więc spokojnie można chodzić w sandałach.
Wczoraj z wysokości 5100m nasi himalaiści widzieli swoją drogę, którą zamierzają się wspinać na Pumori. Wygląda całkiem nie źle. Jutro idą do Gorak Shep, a stamtąd do bazy pod Pumori położonej o trzy godziny drogi.

20.03.2010 Kolejny dzień aklimatyzacji na podejściu.

W drodze na Pumori uczestnicy wyprawy zwiedzili Gompe w Tengboche – 3860m (gompa to tybetańskie określenie klasztoru buddyjskiego, będącego jednocześnie ośrodkiem studiów jak i miejscem odprawiania ceremoniałów religijnych). Jest to największy klasztor w regionie Khumbu. Zbudowany w 1923r został zniszczony przez potężne trzęsienie ziemi w 1934r. Odbudowany, ponownie uległ zniszczeniu strawiony przez pożar w 1989r. Na szczęście najważniejsze zabytki zdołano ewakuować. Tym razem gompę zdołano odbudować dzięki Himalayan Trust Hillarego oraz szerokiej pomocy międzynarodowej. Ludność Tengboche to prawie wyłącznie mnisi. Na małym obszarze usytuowany jest klasztor, budynki przyklasztorne i kilka małych hotelików.

Tengboche ze względu na Gompę jak i roztaczającą się tu panoramę z takimi szczytami jak Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Thamserku jest obowiązkowym punktem noclegowym wybieranym przez turystów i himalaistów.

Dzisiaj rano drużyna powędrowała jednak dalej, do Dingboche (ok 4300m.), a wiadomość od Piotra była niezwykle lapidarna.

“Lat N 27 Deg 53`38.158 Lon E 86 Deg 49`52.998

Alt 4316m    06:43:00Z

20.03.10”

W ten sposób można będzie zyskać jeszcze jeden dzień aklimatyzacji na podejściu. Dalej, droga będzie wiodła tak, jak planowali, do Lobuche, a następnie do bazy pod Pumori.

Dingboche jest nepalską osadą w regionie Khumbu, a położona jest w dolinie Chukhung. Jak łatwo można się domyślać turyści i grupy wspinaczkowe chętnie odwiedzają Dingboche właśnie ze względów aklimatyzacyjnych. Mieszkańcy utrzymują się głównie z turystów – teren wioski zajmują w większości pola namiotowe i lodges. Zatem dzisiejszy nocleg czeka naszych podróżników być może właśnie na takim polu…

Relacje: Kingi Baranowskiej.

21.03.2010 Dingboche – Lobuche (4910 m)

Dziś krótki odcinek, ale za to weszliśmy na prawie 5 tys metrów. Na szczęście nie czuje jeszcze wysokości, gdyż tuż przed wyprawa tutaj, byłam z grupa na Kilimandżaro. Tak wiec aklimatyzacja jeszcze trzyma. Ale i tak uważam (im więcej jeżdżę, tym większą przywiązuje do tego wagę), że dobra aklimatyzacja do 5 tys.metrów – później na maxa procentuje. Chcemy się tu porządnie zaaklimatyzować przed Pumori i przed wyprawa na Annapurnę. Dziś po raz pierwszy zobaczyliśmy Pumori (7165 m). Trzeba przyznać, że groźnie wygląda ten pik. Wcale nam nie w głowie go lekceważyć. Pumori tez potrafi być niebezpieczne. W Lubuche lodge – mnóstwo turystów. Każdy zmierza do bazy pod Everestem, by zobaczyć najwyższą gore świata.

20.03.2010 Pangboche – Dingboche (4410 m)

Przepiękny, krotki odcinek. Ale za to osiągnęliśmy już 4400m. Tego dnia wyszliśmy na długi spacer aklimatyzacyjny, aż na ponad 5 tys.metrów. Pięknie stad widać południową ścianę Lhotse, ciągle towarzyszy nam Ama Dablam, Kantega, Thamserku, Taboche Peak, Cholatse i inne wysokie szczyty. Przepiękna ta dolina… Zasłuchuję się w muzykę, która zawsze towarzyszy mi w górach. Moi znajomi wyposażyli mnie w swoje najlepsze kawałki, a także książki. Poprosiłam kilka osób, by polecili mi to, co dla nich było ważne do przeczytania. Dzięki temu odkrywam kolejne pasjonujące rzeczy, odrywając się od mych ulubionych od lat reportaży.

19.03.2010 Namche Bazar – Pangboche (3930 m)

Och, ten dzień rozpoczął się dla mnie, ale nie tylko – fatalnie. Struliśmy się czymś podczas wieczornej kolacji. Tak wiec oszczędzę Wam szczegółów dotyczących zatruć pokarmowych. Jednym słowem, zarówno ja, jak i Peter, przeszliśmy cały dzień na głodzie, dziobiąc jedynie ryż z talerza i popijając gorzka herbata. Odcinek zatem wydał mi się długi i po południu przyszłam do Pangboche zmęczona. Jedyne co dobre, to idąc wolno, porobiłam mnóstwo zdjęć, zazwyczaj pędzę nie wyciągając aparatu. A po drodze widoki… przecudowne! Towarzysza nam: Thamserku (6608 m) i Kantega (6685 m), a także przepiękne Ama Dablam (6856 m). Widać też przez moment południową ścianę Lhotse (8516 m) oraz Mount Everest (8848 m).

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* Źródła: – www.kingabaranowska.com ; – www.piotrpustelnik.pl

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1. Himalayan Trilogy once again, “Himalayan Triptych Reactivated” : mBank Annapurna West Face Expedition – expedition closed /Version english and polish/

2. Himalayan Trilogy once again, “Himalayan Triptych Reactivated” : mBank Annapurna West Face Expedition – Storm on Annapurna! Burza nad Annapurną! /Version english and polish/

3. Himalayan Trilogy once again, “Himalayan Triptych Reactivated” – atak ma szczyt Annapurny.

4. Himalayan Trilogy once again, “Himalayan Triptych Reactivated” – Ama Dablam

5. “Himalayan Triptych” Reactivated : mBank Annapurna West Face Expedition is on! /Version english and polish/

6. Himalayan Trilogy once again. Tryptyk Reaktywacja. /Version english and polish/

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Ama Dablam Expedition – peak is located in the heart of the Khumbu region; Lhotse, Nuptse, Island Peak and Everest surround it. ama-dablamAma Dablam is often sited as the most beautiful peak in the world. From far distances, Ama’s steep slopes and curving ridges draw ones eyes up toward its spectacular summit. Our route, the South West ridge, requires exposed granite ridge walking, ascending fixed lines on steep buttresses and snow and ice climbing at high altitudes. On the South West Ridge as one team, we will journey into the Khumbu region. After an acclimatizing trek up valley to Gorak Shep, Kala Pattar and Everest Basecamp, we hike back down to the scenic Ama Dablam Base camp near Mingbo. ama-dablam-nepal
At Basecamp we will enjoy the comfort and reassurance of Satellite and email communication with the outside world, hand-held radios for daily team interaction and a spotting scope to view the route up close. From here, we say goodbye to our Trekking Team and begin the climbing process. We will have the assistance of an experienced, fully insured High Altitude Climbing Sherpa for moving camps up the mountain. We utilize 3 or 4 camps on the mountain, depending on how everyone acclimates. Our Summit day client to guide ratio will not exceed 2:1. The “A” team will summit first, with “B” to follow the next day. This method guarantees the best opportunity for climber safety, service and success.

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Trip Facts of Ama Dablam Expedition

Country: » Nepal
Area: » Everest Region
Activities: » Expedition / Mountaineering
Grade: » 5
Seasons: » Mar – May, Sept – Nov
Altitude: » 6,812m
Duration: » 30 Days
Accommodation: » Camping
Transport: » Fly in – Fly Out
Group Size: » 2 to 25

Itineraries of Amadablam Expedition

Day 01. Arrive Kathmandu,transfer to Hotel
Day 02. In Kathmandu – Official work for permit
Day 03. In Kathmandu – Official work for permit
Day 04. Fly Kathmandu/Lukla and trek to Phakding( 2640 m)- O/N Lodge
Day 05. Trek to Namche Bazar( 3446 m)- O/N Lodge
Day 06. In Namache for acclimatization- O/N Lodge
Day 07. Trek to Tengboche(3837 m)_ O/N Lodge
Day 08. Trek to Ama Dablam Base Camp- O/N Camp
Day 09-24. Climbing Period- Mt. Ama Dablam
Day 25. Clean up Base camp- O/N Camp
Day 26. Trek to Namche Bazar( 3446 m)- O/N Lodge
Day 27. Trek back to Lukla( 2867 m)- O/N Lodge
Day 28. Fly back to Kathmandu- O/N Hotel
Day 29. Farewell Dinner with staffs,O/N Hotel
Day 30. Depart Kathmandu

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