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  More Summits as the calm before the Storm


The following 2 members and 2 high altitude sherpas of "DAV Summit Club Ama Dablam Expedition" team has been successful to climb 6812 meter high Mt. Ama Dablam

Name of Summiteers

1.  Leader Mr. Matthias Robl (34 Yrs), Mountain Guide, Oberstdorf, Germany.

2.  Mr. Uwe Schubart (44 Yrs), Doctor, Mihlenweg, Germany.

3.  Mr. Tashi Sherpa (25 Yrs), High Altitude Sherpa, Namche-2, Solukhumbu, Nepal.

4.  Mr. Singi Lama (34 Yrs), High Altitude Sherpa, Kyul-6, Sindhupalchwok, Nepal.

The 6 members DAV Summit Club Ama Dablam Expedition team was permitted to climb 6812 Meter high Mt. Ama Dablam from Normal Route for the period of 45 days from 27th September 2003 under the leadership of Mr. Matthias Robl (34 Yrs), Mountain Guide from Oberstdorf, Germany.
22nd October 2003
The following 4 members of "Ama Dablam International Basque 2003 team" has been successful to climb 6812 meter high Mt. Ama Dablam

Name of Summiteers

1.     Leader Mr. Zuza Zabalegh Ignacio (49 Yrs), Mountain guide, Guipuzcoa, Spain.

2.     Mr. Nuno Artieda Alberto. Daniel (38 Yrs), Mechanic, Pamplona, Spain.

3.     Mr. Aramburu Michelena Aitor (21 Yrs), Guipuzcoa, Spain.

4.     Mr. Iparragirre Sagarna Aitor (31 Yrs), Spain.

The 6 members Ama Dablam International Basque 2003 team was permitted to climb 6812 Meter high Mt. Ama Dablam for the period of 45 days from 28 September 2003 under the leadership of Mr. Zuza Zabalegh Ignacio (49 Yrs), Mountain Guide from Guipuzcoa, Spain.







 

 

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