Click for site home
The Blog on alanarnette.com
Climbing the World to End Alzheimer's
Jun 012010
 

My coverage of Everest benefits Alzheimer’s research. If you enjoy this coverage, check please donate generously today. 100% of all donations go to research – zero to me. On this page you will find the 2010 team’s final statistics based on their public information and an overview of this season’s most recent stories. Click on any headline to read the full story.

513 total 2010 summits

   

South Col Route

 
TEAMS
BC
C1
C2
C3
C4

Summit: 347

 

Facebook for AC Twitterfor AC Adventure Consultants (5) e         4/10
Twitter for AAI Alpine Ascents Int. (12) e         9/11
  Altitude Junkies (7) e         5/5
  Asian Trekking Eco e         5/9
  Australian Everest (5) e         5/5
Facebook for NGNG Twitterfor NGNG Canada West (NGJG) (6) e         2/2
Facebook for Exp Exploradus e          
  Dream Guides (5) e         4/2
  Extreme Everest (20)           6
  Finnish Everest-Lhotse (2)           1
Twitterfor Hanes Hanesbrands Everest (2) e         2/3
  Himex (23) e         16/17
Facebook for IMG IMG Main (19) e         15/18
Facebook for IMG IMG Hybrid (9) e         5/4
Facebook for JG Jagged Globe (6) e         7/8
Facebook for Malta Everest Twitterfor Malta Everest Malta Everest (4) e         5/5
Facebook for MT Mountain Trip (5) e         7/12
  Patagonia Brothers (10) e         8/5
Facebook for PF Twitter for PF Peak Freaks (19) e         10/15
Facebook for RMI RMI (9) e         7/6
Facebook for SC Twitter for SC Summit Climb (9) e         2/3
  others           31+/44+
              157/190
   

Northeast Ridge Route

 
TEAMS
BC ABC C1 C2 C3
Summit: 165
  Adventure Peaks (21) e         5/6
  Adventure Dynamics (8) e         6/7
Facebook for DC Chessell Adventures (10) e         8/8
Facebook for PH Project Himalaya (4) e         3/2
Facebook for JR Twitter for JR Jordan Romero (3) e         3/3
Facebook for SC Twitter for SC Summit Climb (20) e         6/2
  WRET (3) e         1/2
  7 Summits (12) e         10/10
  others           67++
e= climb ended, x=last reported location, x+ = on summit bid, -x = descending h=high point.
Summit number = member/sherpa Locations are estimates derived from public websites

I climbed Everest four times – 2002, 2003, 2008 and last summited in 2011. This section of my website is devoted to my personal coverage of the 2010 Everest expeditions. I did similar coverage of the 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 seasons. I try to provide insight and interpretation of the activities ranging from routes to weather to the challenge of climbing Everest.

%d bloggers like this: