Search called off for missing Nanga Parbat climbers - from Gripped Magazine
Winter K2 : Russians try to get to C4, but stop at 7500 meters - from Montagna.tv
http://www.alanarnette.com/blog/2019/03/06/2018-19-winter-climbs-search-draws-down-for-nanga-climbers-k2-team-at-c3/ -- Alan Arnette -- 2018/19 Winter Climbs : Search Draws Down for Nanga Climbers, K2 Team at C3
https://gripped.com/profiles/search-called-off-for-missing-nanga-parbat-climbers/ -- Search called off for missing Nanga Parbat climbers
https://www.montagna.tv/cms/137789/invernali-k2-russi-provano-ad-arrivare-a-c4-ma-si-fermano-a-7500/?fbclid -- Winter K2 : Russians try to get to C4, but stop at 7500 meters
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Daniel Pons and Steffen Welsch have continued their exploration of the less visited areas of the Los Glaciares national park. In early February they visited the peaks to the southwest of Lago Viedma. Starting from Estancia Helsingfors they walked along the Seno Moyano to take a side valley to the south, just west of Cerro Huemules. After walking six hours they established camp at 1300 meters. The next day they walked to the base of the northwest of an unclimbed peak, the southern most summit of the chain of which is also part Cerro Huemules.
They started climbing at 2100m, doing eight short pitches with difficulties to 5+ and A0, reaching the summit around 15:00. They measured the summit at 2348m (with no GPS) and observed that it is clearly higher than Cerro Huemules itself. They rappelled the line of ascent and reached camp around 20:30, returning to Helsingfors the next day. They christened the peak Nahumaday.
Cory Richards and Estebano Topo heading to Everest new route -- from Russian Climb twitter
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