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This new project is now being carried out and is scheduled from late April to late May 2011. 2011 will be the year of tourism in Nepal as well as a year without any total or annular solar eclipses that I wouldn’t miss for anything.
The main goal is to reach the summit of Everest at 8,850 meters (29,035 ft) on the South Col nepalese route. Only the financial sponsorship of the 10-week expedition needs to be finalized: we are still short of 60,000 € (USD 80,000). So sponsors are most welcomed.
Thank you all in advance for your support and help.


This site will always remain non-profit. However, if you like what you see here, please help support the costs of preparing and organize this expedition. If you don’t want to, that’s fine, but if you can help, even with just a dollar or Euro, please click on the button to the right and help me finance them. Thanks for your understanding!


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South Col Route map

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Proposed ascent route

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Aerial view

Panoramic view from Everest summit - courtesy of ©Roderick Mackenzie
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Mount Everest Close-up Milky Way Mount Everest Tibet China
Milky Way over Mount Everest (picture taken from Tibet in July 2009 without tripod at an elevation of 5,200 meters - 17,000 feet)

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