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  • Trek to Lobuche - Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    tent not far away with plenty of space and is somewhat level while living on the ice flow It was not long before it was time for Tony to make it back to Gorak Shep in some dreary conditions and we said goodbye My day included getting used to 17 500 ft rehydrating and getting a bite or two Internet here is still down but there is hope in the

    Original URL path: http://www.peakpromotionnepal.com/south_col/ebc.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Trek to Lobuche - Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    both George Mallory s and Rob Hall s memorial but failed to locate them We were able to see climbers climbing nearby Lobeche peak After passing the memorial we crossed into the Kumbu valley on our approach to Lobeche In Lobeche we stayed at the mother earth hotel which is at 5000 meters or approx 16000 feet We did a quick hike up the moraine to see the Kumbu glacier

    Original URL path: http://www.peakpromotionnepal.com/south_col/LOBUCHE.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Trek to Pheriche - Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    views of Makalu and Island Peak to the east and barely see Cho Oyu to the north We got down as clouds and wind moved in and the snow started to fall We are still here in Pheriche one more

    Original URL path: http://www.peakpromotionnepal.com/south_col/nakarsang_peak.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Trek to Pheriche - Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    outside the restaurant A villager had left his pack sitting against a wall which was full of hay The two horses proceeded to tear into the pack trying to rip out the hay The owner of the restaurant ran out and yelled at the horses and was ignored A few quick slaps sent the horses on their way but not before they ripped open the pack and pulled it over

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  • Trek to Tengboche - Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    so we decided to split up with Bob and I going up the mountain and Chris going to a lower elevation As Bob and I gained over 2500 feet in elevation it started to snow The consistency of the snow started out really dry kind like small pellets but after lunch turned into more the white fluffy flakes that I am accustomed to After crossing the river we headed back

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  • Acclimatization Day - Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    am afforded the task of writing the blog Today we ascended to Khunde to gin some elevation and see the Khumjung Valley The views are spectacular heading north towards base camp The first mountain that catches your eye is Amadablam leading west ward to Lhotse and in the background you can see Everest I believe Tony and Christine were thoroughly impressed Our max height today was 3900 meters or 12

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  • Trek to Namche Bazaar- Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    mule trains going up and down the mountain Our hike uphill consisted of Chris asking Mingmar to teach her some Nepalese words It was very entertaining We stopped for lunch along the river Dhudkoshi Funny side story We have all been taking a lot of pictures and I commented to Chris that by looking at pictures of Bob you would think the trip was only one day s he has

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  • Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding - Everest Base Camp and South ColEexpedition - Daily Dispatches
    to sort bags and found Bob had one missing bag Interesting since all four of our bags were on the same cart at the airport We waited in a lodge for a bit while Ngima Dorji Sherpa made calls to track down the missing bag Ngima made sure to locate the missing bag and we began our trek up the mountain to Phakding On the way we took tons of

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