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Everest team at South Col

The Everest Team climbed to South Col in amazing weather and no crowds. Everyone is feeling strong. They plan to rest tomorrow and then head for the summit!

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South Col Tents

Everest Team climbs to camp 3

Our Everest Team is reporting a mix of light snow and clear skies from Camp 3. The crowds have cleared out and the team is preparing for their next move. Tomorrow they will head to the South Col and continue monitoring weather. Stay tuned for more updates!

Everest Team at Camp 2

Ben and the Everest Team have arrived at Camp 2. They plan to move to Camp 3 tomorrow morning, then Camp 4 the following day as weather allows. Wish them the best!

Heading up for the summit rotation

Hello Everyone, Tomorrow night, during the first hour of the 18th we will head up to Camp 1 for the start of our summit push. We will head to C1, C2, C3, C4, then rest before getting up very early for our summit push. We are excited and the weather is looking good! 🤞 I’ll send updates along the way! Thanks for following along, Ben

Icefall Doctors 2024 portraits

Hello Everyone, These guys are responsible for maintaining the route through the Khumbu Icefall on a daily basis throughout the season. It’s incredibly hard work and we appreciate them very much! We are resting in Basecamp and starting g to prepare for our summit push. With a couple more forecasts I will make the decision to start heading up. Right now the weather is looking very favorable for a summit bid for the 21st-23rd. I like to be patient and go after a lot of the other teams have gone so we can have a better, less crowded experience for our team. Our team understands this from the beginning of the trip so we don’t have anyone expecting to go too soon. We remain patient but excited to be heading up very soon! Thanks for following along, Ben

Could I take this opportunity to thank all at Alpine Ascents for a great Everest climb. Dave and Vern were fantastic throughout, I doubt there’s a better guiding duo and company on the planet. I shall certainly be climbing with Alpine Ascents for the foreseable future.

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