Everest 2010 Team Locations

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513 total 2010 summits


South Col Route


Summit: 347


Facebook for AC Twitterfor ACAdventure Consultants (5)e    4/10
Twitter for AAIAlpine Ascents Int. (12)e    9/11
 Altitude Junkies (7)e    5/5
 Asian Trekking Ecoe    5/9
 Australian Everest (5)e    5/5
Facebook for NGNG Twitterfor NGNGCanada West (NGJG) (6)e    2/2
Facebook for ExpExploraduse     
 Dream Guides (5)e    4/2
 Extreme Everest (20)     6
 Finnish Everest-Lhotse (2)     1
Twitterfor HanesHanesbrands Everest (2)e    2/3
 Himex (23)e    16/17
Facebook for IMGIMG Main (19)e    15/18
Facebook for IMGIMG Hybrid (9)e    5/4
Facebook for JGJagged Globe (6)e    7/8
Facebook for Malta Everest Twitterfor Malta EverestMalta Everest (4)e    5/5
Facebook for MTMountain Trip (5)e    7/12
 Patagonia Brothers (10)e    8/5
Facebook for PF Twitter for PFPeak Freaks (19)e    10/15
Facebook for RMIRMI (9)e    7/6
Facebook for SC Twitter for SCSummit Climb (9)e    2/3
 others     31+/44+

Northeast Ridge Route

Summit: 165
 Adventure Peaks (21)e    5/6
 Adventure Dynamics (8)e    6/7
Facebook for DCChessell Adventures (10)e    8/8
Facebook for PHProject Himalaya (4)e    3/2
Facebook for JR Twitter for JRJordan Romero (3)e    3/3
Facebook for SC Twitter for SCSummit 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.

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