Hello everyone,

We all summited at 7am Nepal time on the 29th of September! We had great weather; only just a little bit of wind but not very much. We made good time getting to the summit in 6 hours from Camp 3, and a great descent time of 1 and 1/2 hours back to camp 3! We are resting a bit here at camp 3 now and then will pack up and head down the mountain probably to camp 2.

Congratulations to: Sara, Thierry, Trudi, Dave, Lakpa, Kami, Ang Nuru, Fur Kancha, and me I guess. Everyone did a fantastic job!

I’ll send some more pictures when we get back to ABC.


First light over the Himalayas

Taking a break near the summit

Nearing the summit


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