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EverestHistory.com: Australians on Everest


The History of the Australians on Everest (1984-2000)

1 Tim McCartney- Snape 10/3/84 A new route on Everest: Australians Tim Macartney-Snape and Greg Mortimer reached the Summit via the North Couloir (North Face to Norton Couloir) without bottled oxygen. 
2 Greg Mortimer 10/3/84
3 Paul Bayne 5/25/88 South-East Ridge Route
4 Pat Cullinan 5/25/88 South-East Ridge Route
5 Jon Muir 5/28/88 South-East Ridge Route
6 Roddy Mackenzie 5/24/89 South-East Ridge Route
7 Tim McCartney-Snape 5/11/90 South-East Ridge Route, His Second ascent  and without oxygen
8 Mike Groom 5/10/93 South-East Ridge Route, without oxygen
9 Michael Rheinberger 5/26/94 North Ridge: died during descent. Oldest Australian to climb Everest (53).
10 George Mallory 5/14/95 North Ridge; Grandson of George Mallory.
11 Greg Child 5/26/95 North Ridge
12 James Allen 5/27/95 North Ridge; Youngest Australian to climb Mt Everest (22 years old).
13 Mike Groom 5/10/96 South-East Ridge Route; His second ascent
14 Tashi Tenzing 5/23/97 South-East Ridge Route; First Grandson of any summiter.
15 Brigitte Muir 5/27/97 South-East Ridge Route; wife of summiter Jon Muir.
16 Alan Silva 5/26/98 South-East Ridge Route
17 Geoffrey Robb 5/27/99 North Ridge; First Australian Male to finish the Seven Summits
18 Andrew Lock 5/24/00 South-East Ridge Route

 

The History of the Deaths of Australians on Everest (1984-2000)
Death # on Everest Australian Death Climber Date  Reason
29 1 Tony Tighe 11/16/72 Icefall
69 2 Craig Nottle 10/9/84 Both died from a fall in the Hornbein Couloir
70 3 Fred From 10/9/84
129 4 Michael Rheinberger 5/27/94 North Ridge: died during descent. Oldest Australian to climb Everest (53).
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