Gonzalez-Rubio on the Summit K2
Hello everybody who follow my diary!!!!!
I tell you that the second
attempt had to be delayed because of the weather. The snow on the mountain is
more every day so the ascent gets difficult, for safety reasons I am waiting
with my team for the mountain to settle down, because with so much snow there
are risks of avalanche.
It is better to wait a little
and not go into the mountain in the state it is now. The mountain will remain
there and I will be able to make more attempts, but to do this I must respect
the mountain, because it is the mountain who will decide who will reach the
I am totally prepared and
waiting for the days of 16 and 17 to be able to start climbing.
Thanks for your support, I
have really felt it, will be in touch.
I will soon send news about
Translated from Spanish by
Fernando Gonzalez-Rubio K2 Summiter Q&A March 2005 A must read
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