Mat Du Puy captured the lower C3 section of mountain using telescope from a ridge near BC.
courtesy Matt Du Puy, SOURCE
Summit Window ‘Hide and Seek’ Continues on Annapurna, Alex Gavan Leaves

Posted: Apr 08, 2016 07:31 am EDT

(By Raheel Adnan) Ambiguous weather pattern continues on Annapurna, as climbers are still unable to proceed with summit push and acclimatization rotations to high camps. Sherpa have been trying to fix the ropes above lower C3 (6400m), although without significant development. Meanwhile, Romanian climber Alex Gavan, who deemed the route to be too dangerous, have decided to end his expedition.

 

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