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Press Meet to Felicitate Mt. Everest Record Holder Climber Mr. David Liano of Mexico with Guinness World Record Ceritificate

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Mr. David Liano of Mexico summited Mt. Everest (8848m) on 11th May 2013 at 08:05 am with Asian Trekking’s Eco Everest Diamond Jubilee Celebration Expedition 2013 as a Team 1 Leader from South Side and from North Side on 19th May 2013 at 04:35 am.

On the summit of Mt. Everest (South Side)

On the summit of Mt. Everest (North Side)

The summit from North Side is his fifth summit on Mt. Everest.  Here is a brief description of David’s summit detail and his travel from South side to North Side.

11th May 2013 – Summit of Mt. Everest from South Side with Climbing Sherpa Samden Bhote at 08:05 am Nepal Time

12th May 2013 – Camp II – Base Camp – Kathmandu by Helicopter

13th May 2013 – Kathmandu – Friendship Bridge (Boarder of Nepal and China) – Everest North Side Base Camp (5200m)

14th May 2013 – Base Camp – Advance Base Camp (6400m)

15th May 2013- Rest Day

16th May 19 2013 – North Col (7100m)

17th May 2013 – Camp II (7700m)

18th May 2013 – Camp III (8300m)

19th May 2013 – Summit of Mt. Everest from North Side at 04:35 am Nepal Time with

His achievement has also been recognized by Guinness World Record. He was given a Certificate ofFirst Person to Climb Both Sides of Mt. Everest in One Season” which was sent by Mr. Craig Glenday Editor in Chief, Guinness World Record. Mr. Frits Vrijlandt, President of UIAA along with Mr. Ang Sherpa, chairman of Asian Trekking and Honoray Member of UIAA handed over the Certificate to Mr. David Liano on 30th May 2013 in Kathmandu.

Asian Trekking family would like to congratulate Mr. David Liano and climbing sherpas, Mingma Sherpa, Gyaluk Sherpa and Samden Bhote.

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