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Kanchenjunga 2011 – Bazni kamp 5560m

14. April 2011.
Danas smo došli do baznog kampa 5560m.
Bilo je naporno, išlo se jednim delom koji je baš naporan, grebenom preko kamenja i leda i zadnjih 300 metara uspona je baš bilo strmo i naporno.
Loše vreme (sneg i vetar) koje je bilo u tom trenutku je samo još više činilo taj deo težim. Sada se vreme popravilo.
Naredna dva dana je odmor, jer je put bio dug. Vožnja džipom 2 dana i 7 dana pešačenja, sada je red na mali odmor.
Inače dobro sam, atmosfera u timu je odlična. Kao što sam rekao ima nas sa raznih strana (Iran, Turska, Irska...)
Ovde u baznom kampu ima još par ekspedicija, nismo sami.

Narednih dva dana se neću javljati (jedino ukoliko se ne desi nešto interesantno).

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  1. Zz Cele, Samo napred, Polako, U tvom stilu.
    Dok se odmaras evo info o komsijama „7 Summits“:

    „The team, led by Alexei Bolotov: Gleb Sokolov, Nikolay Totmyanin,
    Andrey Manuilov, Alexander Lutokhin, Dmitry Sinev (Russia),
    Alexander Frolov (Australia), Christian Stangl (Austria),
    Israfil Ashurly (Azerbaijan), after a 12 days of trekking,
    has reached on April 8 a base camp at 5,450 m.

    We are here already for 3 days. Last night there was heavy snowfall.
    The bulk of our equipment has not yet been delivered to the base camp.
    So we can not begin to prepare a route. We are waiting for an arrival
    of two big expeditions. Greetings from the guys.“

    Poruka je od azerbedzanskog ucesnika Israfil Ashurly, objavljena
    14.04.2011 19:53 na http://14-8000m.com/news/all/item_2367/

    Kao i info od tursko ucesnika Tunc Findik

    This is Turkish climber reporting from Kangchenjunga.
    This is my first dispatch our expedition has began yesterday.
    I arrived at Kathmandu with my swiss friend Guntis Brandtf
    by 4th April and flew by helikopter to Ramze along the Yalung glacier.
    Ramze at 4600m. is where met our sherpa team.
    In our team is 1 British, 1 Iranian, 1 Irish, 10 Nepali Sherpas.
    For a few days we will acclimatize aound Ramze and next week
    we will establish our basecamp at 5500m. on the yalung glacier.
    Tunc Findik

    Preuzeto sa http://www.everestnews.com/stories2011/kangchenjunga201104082011.htm

  2. Jos malo o komsijama:

    Anselm Murphy – Kangchenjunga 2011

    I am leaving for the Nepal at the end of March 2011 to attempt Kangchenjunga and am seeking sponsorship to support this expedition. If successful I will be the first Irish person to have climbed it.

    At 8586m high Kangchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain in the world. I will be attempting the original ascent route, the South West face.

    Kangchenjunga is one of the harder 8000m peaks and is much more of a challenge than Everest. To put it in perspective, Everest has now had over 4000 ascents while Kangchenjunga has only had 243. That is even less ascents than K2. It will be the most ambitious climb I have attempted.

    Team

    Ted Atkins
    He kindly invited me on this expedition. Ted is an ex RAF officer and experienced mountaineer. He has designed the Topout oxygen mask which is the most efficient and reliable oxygen delivery system available for high altitude mountaineering. More about Ted on his website (http://www.topout.co.uk/tedatkins)

    Mingma Sherpa
    He is very strong and has an extraordinary amount of experience. If successful on this expedition, Mingma will be the first sherpa to have climbed all fourteen of the world’s 8000m peaks, an incredible achievement. It is an honour to be in a team with him.

    There will be other team members but they are not yet confirmed.

    Preuzeto sa http://www.anselm-murphy.com/kangchenjunga-2011/

    The French-Swiss team is made of Ludovic Challeat, Alexia Zuberer, Régine Tornay, Benoit Rosset, Jean-Marc Wojcik (see Ama Dablam), Cédric Hahlen, Gorgan Wildberger (see Gasherbrum), Pemba Sherpa and Philippe Gatta. Anna Gatta will join the Team up to the base camp of Kangchenjunga and then will come back through the North circuit and the three cols: Sinelapche La (4,650 m), Mirgin La (4,585 m) and Selele La (4,210 m).

    Preuzeto sa http://philippegatta.fr/kangchenjunga2.htm

    Rumunsko – Poljska – Italijanska ekspedicija

    In March-May 2011 Alex Gavan will attempt Kangchenjunga aiming as well for the First Romanian Ascent of the world’s third highest mountain. His partner will again be his Polish friend Pawel Michalski.
    The extended team is comprised by Italians Mario Panzeri and Antonello Martines. The expedition will start on March 21st and it is planned to last for 60 days. The team of four intends to reach the summit in the first part of May.

    Preuzeto sa http://alexgavan.ro/expedition/kangchenjunga-2011

    A evo i najave za tvoj tim!

    Mingma’s final 8000er

    Mingma Sherpa is sirdar for an international team going for the ‘standard’ SW face route. Should he succeed, he’d become the first Sherpa 14x8000er summiteer. The team, climbing with supplementary O2, includes team leader Cleo Weidlich (US), UK Ted Atkins (a friend of Mingma’s and the inventor of the ‘Topout’ oxygen masks), Zhenfang Ge (China), Chunfeng Yang (China), Jinfeng Rao (China), Anselm Murphy (UK), Guntis Brands (Switzerland), Blair Falahey (Australia), Dragan Celinkovic (Serbia), Tunc Findic (Turkey), Azim Gheichisaz (Iran), Oscar Cadiach (Spain) and Rosa Fernandez (Spain).

    Preuzeto sa http://www.explorersweb.com/info.php?area=expeditions


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