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Pakistan Climbing Season Begins
 
 

Climbing Winter is Warm in Pakistan

1. David Klein - The Hungarian American Diamir Face Nanga Parbat Expedition reached C2. Now they are down to Chilas for few days rest due to bad weather forecast, and will hike up again to BC for the second round of their adventure.

2. The French team also made C2 on Diamir Nanga Parbat and are resting at base camp for the weather to clear.

3. Polish - Justice for All winter Nana Par bat Rural Face expedition is also progressing. I received an SMS yesterday from Tome. He is sleeping at 6100m on Rural Face of Nana Par Bat and Mare is at the base camp and will join him later.

4. The Polish Winter Broad Peak Expedition arrived here in Shard on 15 January, 2013. They quickly moved to base camp, reaching it on January 25. They are taking advantage of good weather, establishing Camp 2 and now fixing ropes for C3.

5. The last expedition arriving here in Pakistan was the Liala Peak Spanish Expedition. After filming here in Skardu and Sadpara Village, the team quickly moved to Hushe and made their base camp at Dalsangpa. Now they are progressing well, making C1 and working toward C2, before they attempt their summit push.

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