Nanga Parbat : Concern for Nardi and Ballard - by Stefan Nestler on his blog - Adventure Mountain
Nanga Parbat : Bad weather hinders efforts to rescue Daniele Nardi andTom Ballard - Planet Mtn
Nanga Parbat : Rescue team reaches Base Camp for Daniele Nardi and Tom Ballard - Planet Mtn
Breaking - Wrecked Tent and avalanche debris spotted on Nanga Parbat - Explorersweb.com
New Page on Personal Websites in the Forum of the General Section at Summitpost.org
http://www.alanarnette.com/blog/2019/02/27/2018-19-winter-climbs-what-now/ -- Alan Arnette -- 2018 Winter Climbs : What now ?
https://abenteuer-berg.de/en/nanga-parbat-concern-for-nardi-and-ballard/?fbclid -- Stefan Nestler : Concern for Nardi and Ballard - by Adventure Mountain
https://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/alpinism/nanga-parbat-bad-weather-hinders-efforts-to-rescue-daniele-nardi-and-tom-ballard.html -- Nanga Parbat : Bad weather hinders efforts to rescue Daniele Nardi and Tom Ballard
https://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/alpinism/nanga-parbat-rescue-team-reaches-bc-for-daniele-nardi-and-tom-ballard.html-- Nanga Parbat : Rescue team reaches BC for Daniele Nardi and Tom Ballard
https://explorersweb.com/2019/02/28/breaking-wrecked-tent-and-avalanche-debris-spotted-on-nanga-parbat/ -- Breaking - Wrecked tent and avalanche debris spotted on Nanga Parbat
Pakistan Mountain News
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#NangaParbat update-3 ( 28.02.2019)
The combine search operation of Askari Aviation Pakistan and three Pakistani mountaineers is going on. Daniel Nardi from Italy, and Tom Ballard from UK, who were attempting to summit Nanga Parbat through a new route, the Mummery Spur, went missing from the camp-4 on Feb 24.
As Pakistan Mountain News posted earlier, Italian Ambassador to Pakistan also conformed this through his tweet that the helicopter carrying Ali Sadpara and two Pakistani mountaineers took off from Skardu for Nanga Parbat.
The search team will try to take good advantage of the remaining hours of stable time and good visibility, which may turn bad later on. The search will be carried out through visual recognition and on ground intervention if necessary..
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Bittersweet trip into the mountains of Patagonia. Bitter because it will likely be the last time we climb here this season. Less than a week till we fly back to US and the weather looks uninspiring. Sweet because @twinboas and I went for it and ended up putting up a new route on a steep wall. First new route in Patagonia for me and hopefully not last. I'm sure I'll be back here again, likely next year. This place is incredible and I'm truly grateful to have the opportunity to travel to places like these from time to time.
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