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EverestHistory.com: Paul Morrow


Paul Morrow Summited Everest on May 13th, 1994 via South East Ridge. Paul has also completed the Seven Summits (both versions) and climbed many other mountains. His climbing resume is below.

1970’s: lots of minor rock climbing along with alpine routes in Colorado

1984                Alaska             Denali  unsuccessful

1985                Island Peak, 6189m/20305ft

1986                New Zealand    Mt Cook, unsuccessful in rain

1987                Nepal              Chulu West, 6630m/21762ft

1988                New Zealand    Mt Cook, unsuccessful in rain

1989                Pakistan: Broad Peak with French, unsuccessful above C3

1991                Argentina         Aconcagua, 6959m/22834ft

1992                Nepal              Naya Kanga, unsuccessful in deep snow

1992                Alaska             Denali      unsuccessful

1993                Nepal              Everest, South Col unsuccessful, oxygen failure

1994                Nepal              Mt Everest, South Col route              successful w/ oxygen

1994               Tanzania           Kilimanjaro, 5895m/19340ft

1995               Irian Jaya          Carstensz Pyramid, 4884m/16023ft

1996               Tibet                Cho Oyu, 8201m/26906ft

1997               Antarctica         Mt Vinson, 4897m/16076ft

1997               Australia           Mt Kosciuszko, 2228m/7310ft

1997               Alaska              Denali, 6194m/20320ft

1997               Russia              Elbrus, 5633m/18481ft

1998               Nepal               Mera, 6476m/21247ft

1999               Tibet               Shishapangma, 8013m/26291ft

2000               Nepal               Ama Dablam unsuccessful in winter

2001               Nepal               Pumori, unsuccessful

2002               Bolivia              Ilusion, Pequeno Alpamayo,       Huayna Potosi, Illimani, all in winter

2002              China                Muztag Ata, 7546m/24757ft

Paul has been a regular contributor to EverestNews.com. recent articles include International 2002 Muztag Ata Expedition and Shishapangma, 8013m/26291ft.

Below Everest looking North May 13th, 1994, Photos copyright©Paul Morrow

 
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