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Notes for Everest Summit Pages


Source: The Nepal Ministry of Tourism & Bikrum Pandey with additions and modifications by the Staff at EverestNews.com, with special thanks to the hundreds of climbers including (but certainly not limited to): Hans Rudolf von Gunten, Win and Sarah Whittaker, Byron Smith, Bikrum Pandey, Sonam Sherpa, Ang Tshering Sherpa, Ang Karma Sherpa, Reinhold Messner, Eric and Erin Simonson, Adventure Consultants, Bob Hoffman, Yves LaForest, Yuri Koshelenko, Dan Mazur, Wally Berg, Jim Whittaker, Peter Hillary, Byron Smith, Chris Bonington, Gary Guller, Pete Athans, Gary Pfisterer, Waldemar Niclevicz, Tunc Findik, Tommy Heinrich, Thomas Breding, The Anatoli Boukreev Memorial Fund, Silvio and Idel Mondinelli, Silvio Calvi, Shahid Saleem, Gonçalo Velez, Liana and Arkadi from risk.ru, Susan Ershler, David Keaton, Sharon Wood, David Lim, Eric Simonson, Byron Smith, Frits Vrijlandt, Khoo Swee Chiow, Andrew Lock, Jamling Tenzing Norgay, Peter Atanasow, Dorjee Lhatoo, Denis Urubko, Agha Iqrar, Dave Hancock, Frits Vrijlandt, Chuldim Temba Sherpa, Geoff Wayatt, Guillermo Carro, Hartmut Bielefeldt, Liudmila, Jana Matesova, Tom West, Tashi Tenzing, Tom Holzel, Susan Ershler, Dr. Peter Hackett, Dr. Kenneth Kamler, Dr. Geoffrey Tabin , Gary Guller, David Lim, Asghar Ali Porik, Javier Salazar, Jorge Rivera, Josef Simunek, Alberto Magliano, Sara Nosrati, Pep Vergés, Peter Tamang, Monika Rogozinska, David Keaton, Francois Langlois, Byron Smith, Leo and Deryl Kelly, Andres Delgado, Yuri Contreras to Ricardo Torres-NavaJosef Simunek, Peter Guggemos, Stefan Gatt, Gigi Zoppello, Marek Kopyt, Carlos and Mila Pauner, Nikolay Petkov, George Dijmarescu, Paul H Morrow, Olle Paulson, Pema Futi Sherpa, Nima Tseri Sherpa, Mingma Sherpa, David Lim, Nga Temba Sherpa, Gyalzen Sherpa, Peter Atanasow, Indo Tibetan Border Police, Doychyn Vasilev, Paul Walters, Peter Atanasow, Ross Brown, Bachendri Pal, Kin Man CHUNG, Ang Tshering Sherpa, Sonam Sherpa, Ng Sherpa, Nga Sherpa, Pemba Tenji Sherpa, who helped with this project, especially the many Sherpa climbers.

1.) (#) Indicates Summit first, second, third, etc of that person...

2.) (w) Indicates a woman climber.

3.) South East Ridge means the via the standard south Col, south east ridge route used today for most summits of Everest from the Nepal side of the mountain.

4.) North East Ridge means the via the standard North Col, north east ridge route used today for most summits of Everest from the Tibet side of the mountain.

5.) The Chinese, like many other non-English speaking countries, do not have an accepted translation. The Chinese press and climbers, also do no agree... Stay tuned.

 






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