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Leif Whittaker and Dave Hahn Reflect On Everest Expedition
Posted on June 18, 2010

Leif Whittaker and First Ascent guide Dave Hahn describe the severe weather that nearly jeopardized their summit attempt and the window of opportunity that afforded their success. See Leif’s summit and some amazing scenery from the top of the world in this video recap.

Melissa Arnot Recaps Everest Summit
Posted on June 1, 2010

Eddie Bauer First Ascent guide Melissa Arnot talks about her successful third ascent of Mount Everest.

Eddie Bauer Has Triumphant May On Everest
Posted on May 27, 2010

Leif Whittaker with First Ascent guides Seth Waterfall and Dave Hahn on the Summit of Mt. Everest The 2010 Everest climbing season has been a record-setting success for Eddie Bauer. In one 3-day window, three different climbing teams outfitted in Eddie Bauer First Ascent gear reached the Everest summit.

Whittaker and Hahn Return Safely to Base Camp
Posted on May 27, 2010

RMI has reported that First Ascent guide Dave Hahn and Leif Whittaker have arrived safely back at Base Camp and reunited with the team. The group is packing up camp and will begin their trek to Lukla shortly.

Whittaker and Hahn to Arrive at Base Camp Tomorrow
Posted on May 26, 2010

RMI has just reported that First Ascent guide Seth Waterfall, Michael Brown, Casey Grom and Scott Jones have returned to Base Camp after a night at Camp II. First Ascent guide Dave Hahn and Leif Whittaker spent the night at Camp IV after summiting

Melissa Arnot and David Morton Assist With Rescues on Descent to Base Camp
Posted on May 25, 2010

By Melissa Arnot Often the hardest part of a climbing expedition is never what you expect it to be. That was certainly true for David and me. After two months of climbing towards the summit of Mount Everest, on May 23, David and I were able to reach the top.

Whittaker, Hahn and Team Check In From South Col
Posted on May 25, 2010

Transcription: Michael Brown Well we’re back to the South Col. I wasn’t able to get a satellite signal on the ridge, perhaps because it’s the border with China and Nepal.