Le Quatuor a cordes, new climb up Lobuche East above Nepal's Khumbu Valley by a French team
Australian policeman killed in an avalanche on Aoraki/ Mt Cook in New Zealand - SnowBrains.com
Week end avalanches could have killed skiers - from Gripped Magazine
http://www.alanarnette.com/blog/2018/12/02/2018-19-winter-k2-nanga-parbat-but-no-everest/ -- Alan Arnette -- 2018/19 Winter K2, Nanga Parbat but No Everest
https://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/alpinism/le-quatuor-a-cordes-new-climb-lobuche-east-nepal-khumbu-valley.html -- Le Quatuor a cordes, new climb up Lobuche East above Nepal's Khumbu Valley by a French Team.
https://snowbrains.com/policeman-killed-avalanche-new-zealand/ -- Australian policeman killed in an avalanche while hiking Aoraki/ Mt Cook in New Zealand
https://gripped.com/gripped-outdoors/heads-up-these-weekend-avalanches-couldve-killed-skiers/ -- Week end avalanches could have killed skiers in the North American ski areas
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The summit tower of Mt. Waddington, just after we had climbed it, taken from the NW Summit. So often the highest peak in a region is far from the most impressive. I love that Wadd, the highest peak [completely] in BC, is a difficult, technical climb from any side, and, in my opinion, one of North America's most grand peaks. Photo by Mark Bunker.
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