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 Everest Expedition 2001 "Anything is Possible" 

Michael Trueman 

Everest Expedition 2001 "Anything is Possible"  Member

Mike Trueman has led expeditions around the world for over twenty-five years. For much of this time Mike served as an officer in the British Army Gurkha Rifles and is a fluent Nepalese speaker. From a job as an instructor at the British Joint Services Mountain Training Center in the early '70s to his last military position as Commandant of the Army Mountain Training Center in 1992, Mike has led expeditions in the mountains, deserts and jungles of the world.

Taking a break from climbing after leaving the Gurkhas in 1992, Mike worked for 18 months in war-torn Yugoslavia, in the Monitoring Mission that liaised between the warring factions. Mike's experience came to the fore in 1996, when he was climbing the Polish South Pillar route on Everest. He was asked to go from Camp 2 to co-ordinate the rescue from Base Camp following a storm, which led to the much-publicized tragedy high on the mountain.

Mike and Gary met at base camp in 1997 while Mike was attempting Everest and Gary was going for Lhotse. Mike successfully summited Everest in 1999. He currently lives in the UK and is highly respected in the mountaineering community for his safety, experience and being an all-around nice guy.

If you are interested in being finding out more about this unique expedition, please e-mail/call for further information.

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For more information on Michael Trueman see here. News on Mr. Trueman can also be found during Everest 1999

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