1st July 9:30am – Ian Mckeever is now the proud record holder of the World Speed Record for the 7 Summits. The team summitted Denali yesterday (30th June) to complete the challenge in a total of 156 days, knocking an incredible 31 days off the old record. Summitting alongside Ian was Dave Pritt, Director of Adventure Peaks, who was also completing his 7 Summits.
10th Nov SUMMIT SUCCESS! – Email received from Zac today to say that a second summit attempt has been successful, so all the team have now summitted. This included Zac, Andrew Williams, Paul Hunt, Sonam Sherpa and Nuru Sherpa. The team are now back at Namche Bazaar having had a good crossing of the Amphulatsa. They hope to be back in Kathmandu on the 12th November.
6th May 6:34am: Graham and Pasang have reached the summit of Everest, they arived on the top at 10:30am Nepali time. It will be a short stop on the top, just time for some photos and then they will need to head back down to camp. So all 12 that left for the summit from Camp VI have reached the summit and are now heading down.
29/03/07 – 10am GMT:We have received an email from Stuart from Tengboche, everyone is fine, they trekked up from Namche Bazaar yesterday along with Mima our local guide. The weather has been warm and sunny, the group are taking it nice and steady whilst enjoying the dramatic mountain scenery that appears around every corner.
Ecuador Volcanoes 16 December 2006 Expedition News.
The Team Leader : Phil Coates
02/01/07: The group have just sent word of summit success on Chimborazo (6310m), the highest summit in Ecuador.