EVENTS ON MT EVEREST

  • Receive base camp information

  • Reports server weather and delayed the trip

    They had to make sure that the mounten was safe enough to climb befor they sent anyone up in the mountens. They could not send anyone up the mounten in bad weather. Once the weather cleared they were sent up the mounten right away in a helicopte.r
  • The journy starts

    The journy starts
    The journy starts
  • 20 people went on the trip

    20 people went on the trip
    3 guids- Rob Hall, Mike Groom, Andy Harris.
    8 clients- Frank Fischbeck, Doug Hansen, Stuart Hutchinson, Lou Kasischke, Jon Krakauer, Yasuko Namba, John Taske, Beck Weathers
    4 sherpas- Ang Dorje, Ihakpa Chhiri, Nawang Norbu, Kami. this was how many people was in his group. But they needed much more people.
  • reached camp 1

    reached camp 1
  • Decend to lower ice fall

  • took a helicopter

    took a helicopter
  • reached camp 2

    reached camp 2
  • teams stoped because the guid ropes had to be fixed

    teams stoped because the guid ropes had to be fixed
    The teams did not know why the ropes were not fixed. This had taken them about an hour to fix all the rope and make sure everyone got up safely. Once the ropes were fixed they continued there journey, and everyone could get up safely.
  • Decended back to base camp for some rest

    Decended back to base camp for some rest
  • Chin Nu-yen slips off a cliff and falls into a cravas and servies but dies later

    Chin Nu-yen slips off a cliff and falls into a cravas and servies but dies later
  • Andy Harris Dies from falling off a cliff

  • Jon Krakauer looses his air supply

  • Boukreev Falls and lands on Harris's chest

  • Hansen disapears

  • Harris dies

  • Jon has not slept for 57 days

  • At the Belcony, they had faulty ropes and it delayed them an hour

  • Boukreev made it to the top first

    Boukreev made it to the top first
    He did make it to the top 1st, he got to the top around 1:15pm. Boukreev tried to stay at the top as long as he could to wait for the others but he had to leave at 2:00pm to make it back to camp safely. The others on the other hand did not make it to the summitt till about 2:30.
  • other climbers made it around 2:00pm

    other climbers made it around 2:00pm
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  • 3:00pm snow started to fall, 3:10pm bad weather started

  • 4:43am Hall radioed down and said he was on the south summit

  • 5:00 reached camp 4

  • Weather became a full on blizzard

    The blizzard was so bad it covered the fixed ropes and paths some of the people got lost from the trail. Many people have died in the blizzard, they ether foze to death, survived but got horrible frost bite, or could not see and fallen off the mounten. It was best to take shelter during blizzards like these. One group was out in the blizzard "Mounten Madness team".
  • Mounten Madness team got cought in the blizzard

  • The Blizzard made oxygen levels plunge up to around 14%

  • located ficher and Gau

  • Hall dies from falling off a cliff

  • Hall radioed down the mounten to speak to his wife

  • the blizzard cleared and a group of people went out to look for stranded climbers

    the blizzard cleared and a group of people went out to look for stranded climbers
    Everyone was happy when the blizzard cleared, but they were still worried about the people who were in the storm. So the people at camp went out to look for survivers. A group left camp to find climbers and a group stayed behind to get ready for the survivers coming. They did not find many people, but not alot of people went out ether.
  • Ficher was bairred above the south pole

  • Rob Hall's body was found