K6 massif dominating Base Camp, Charakusa Valley, Pakistan
courtesy Jon Griffith, SOURCE
Passu Peak team in Pakistan
Proposed route of Basque team on Paiju Peak
Peter and David before departure to Pakistan.
Pakistan: Climbing Other than Eight-Thousander Peaks
Posted: Jun 13, 2013 10:24 pm EDT
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(By Raheel Adnan; Updated: 17 June 2013, 13:39:16 EDT) Along with plenty of action on eight-thousanders, many climbers are attempting other peaks, this season. The majority of these peaks are seldom climbed. Masherbrum (7821m) Austrian David Lama and Peter Ortner arrived in Pakistan earlier this week to attempt Masherbrum (7821m). The duo is best known for the first free ascent of the Compressor Route on Cerro Torre. Last year, they climbed two Karakoram peaks, Trango Tower (6265m) and Chogolisa (7665m) in...
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