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Everest Expedition 2022: Alpine Ascents team Atop the World!

Congrats to the Alpine Ascents Everest team who reached the summit of Mt. Everest today  at 11am Nepal time. Will post photos and updates when the team returns to base camp and passing on good wishes as they make their way back to high camp.

Everest Expedition 2022: Everest Climb Update

Our team has reached the balcony at 27, 600 feet. Team usually rests a bit here, taking on the full view of the Himalayas. Winds are light right now and indications are very few climbers on the route.

Everest Expedition 2022: Report from Everest Base Camp

Our climbing team left the South Col ( High Camp) early this morning and is in route to summit. Will update as the team checks in.

Everest Expedition 2022: Summit Day

Our team plans to leave at around midnight ( Nepal time)  for summit bid. We have had some difficulty with communication back to US but will be checking with base camp to update as we can

Everest Expedition 2022: Team Reaches South Col!

Everest Team has reached the South Col, the last camp before the summit. Team reached camp at 3pm, and will rest there tonight. Plans are to attempt summit tomorrow night.

Your team were amazing (as usual) and it was a superb and successful trip. Our team had no injuries (got on really well as a team). When I compare this against most other teams I knew, this is amazing and reflects the attitude with which your guides lead. Thanks again for a once in a […]

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