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Expeditions
Here we present the most exciting expeditions and unique journeys. The world is growing smaller, but it is bigger than you think. Some people visualize the opportunities for others, and make our lives exciting to live.

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Mount Everest 2009 - Jarle Traa from Norway tries to reach the top on Everest`s north side!

2009-11-26
Norwegian Jarle Traa, Jarle Trå, is on his way to ascend Mount Everest from its north side. He is well acclimated after climbing Elbrus twice. Jarle will do it in the way he did on Mount Everest earlier this year, from Shisha in 2006 and Cho Oyu in 2004: climb independent with no Sherpa and no supplementary oxygen support. It`s a risky attemp. Will Jarle make it?
Jarle Traa, Jarle Trå, become world famous after a dramatic rescue operation in May 2009 when he climbed independent to the top of Mount Everest without assistance from any Sherpa and no supplementary oxygen support.

Jarle Trå, Jarle Traa`s website: http://jarle.objo.net/default.aspx

Other ongoing expeditions attemping to reach Mount Everest on the north side (Source: ExplorersWeb`s Newsletter and its website: www.ExplorersWeb.comsource):

Canadian Manuel Pizarro and team mate André are rearranging to climb Everest from Tibet instead of their originally planned South side.

SummitClimb reached ABC on Thursday. Japanese Kanagawa University’s Qomolangma team set off from Interim Camp towards ABC on Wednesday.

The Serbian expedition was acclimatizing around the lower BC Friday while they arrange yaks to carry their loads to ABC.

Stein Morten Lund, 25 November 2009

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