Massif overview (ContactA).
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The Korean climbers vanished between routes 1 and 3, fairly low down on the peak.
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Park celebrating his last birthday, 49, in Anna BC this fall.
courtesy Park Young-Seok Annapurna fall 2011 expedition
Mr Park missing on Annapurna, third UPDATE
Posted: Oct 20, 2011 08:50 pm EDT
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(Newsdesk/updated Oct 20, 2011 11:50 pm EDT) ExplorersWeb Korea correspondent Kyu Dam Lee reports that today (Oct 21 local time) many mountaineering organizations are coming together for the Korean climbers on Annapurna in Nepal.A private conference asked Hak-Jae Yoo and Young-Il Kim who left Korea for Nepal on October 20 to climb KYAJO Ri (6,184 m) to first try and rescue the Korean climbers. The North Face Korea also sent a team to Nepal.KAF plans to dispatch a rescue team to Nepal which include all Korean climbers...
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