One week after the first two danish climbers Søren Smidt and Bo Belvedere Christensen reached the summit of Ama Dablam two more climbers from the Danish Himalayan Expedition reached the top. Jan Mathorne and Henrik Jessen Hansen stayed more than half an hour to take photographs and they were in touch with expedtion leader Casper Sutton in basecamp via walkie talkie, confirming the huge succes of the expedition. Now four out of 6 possible climbers have reached the summit.
Monthly Archives: October 1988
On October 11th the two danish climbers Søren Allan Smidt and Bo Belvedere Christensen reached the summit of Ama Dablam reaching 6812 meter. Ama Dablam hadn’t been attempted the previous one and a half year and the last expedition to attempt it was struck by accident. The two climbers left from a bivuak on the hanging glacier at app. 6400 meter early morning and reached the summit around 11 am.