EverestNews.com, Today at 13:40 local time (7/15/2007) Piotr
Morawski, Peter Hamor and Josef "Dodo" Kopold after long and exhausting climb
in deep snow and strong, cold wind reached the summit of Nanga Parbat. All
trio are now in C4, resting and expecting to come back to the BC on Monday.
Earlier: The latest news from Nanga Parbat.K2/Nanga Parbat
combo (Piotr Morawski (Alpinus Expedition Team), Peter Hamor, Dodo Kopold) are
now en route to the top of Nanga Parbat. They have launched summit push 13
hours ago. According to info from Camp 4, where are now Kinga Baranowska (Alpinus
Expedition Team) and Roberto "Gorri" Rojo, they have faced really deep snow.
Kinga and Gorri are to leave Camp 4 at night to get to the top. Let us keep
fingers crossed for successful ascent and save descent.
Warsaw, 12:00 am local time, July 15.
Dear EverestNews.com, Here is Piotr
Pustelnik from Poland. Below, you have latest news from my friends, who are
now high up on Nanga Parbat;
Double header Nanga Parbat/K2 Polish -
Slovac team; Piotr Morawski (Alpinus Expedition Team), Peter Hamor, Josef
"Dodo" Kopold and Polish - Basque team; Kinga Baranowska, Roberto "Gorri" Rojo
has established BC on the altitude 4100 m at the foot of Diamir Face on June,
26. Briefly after both teams established Camp 1 at the altitude 4800 m. In the
next push trio moved up to Camp 2 and further to Camp 3 hoping to get to the
top from Camp 3. This ambitious plan failed due to deep snow above Camp 3 and
bad weather. In the meantime, Kinga and Gorri settled Camp 3 gained
acclimatisation. Both teams came back to BC for rest on July,7. They rested
and started again on July,10. Now trio is waiting for good weather in Camp 4
on 7400 m.Kinga and Gorri rested yesterday in Camp 3. Weather is not good now
and both teams wait for better weather in high camps. Next news will come.
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