The Japanese K2 team with four 60-something members and leader Kitamura Seiichi between the two ladies, Otomo Teruko (68) and Yoshida Michiko (64), in the front row. Author Karrar Haidri, left in the middle row. courtesy Karrar Haidri, SOURCE
Kunyang Chhish East Expedition (7431 m): Hansjoerg Auer and Simon Anthamatten with Manzoor Hussain. courtesy Karrar Haidri, SOURCE
Zslot Torok, the Romanian Nanga Parbat leader. courtesy Karrar Haidri, SOURCE
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(By Karrar Haidri) Pakistan Summer climbing expeditions are briefed at the Alpine Club of Pakistan (ACP) in Islamabad by the ACP President, Manzoor Hussain, who gives information about dismantling the K2 fixed ropes up to Camp 4, compulsory Air Rescue cover with Askari Aviation and more. Here go details of three expeditions that were briefed on June 6th and 7th: Tochigi Japanese K2 Expedition (8611m) The Tochigi K2 Expedition led by Kitamura Seiichi (46 years old) comprises of eight members, including four...