Mountain Professionals team on Manaslu summit some hours ago. Pic sent live over Contact 5.
Image by Ryan Waters courtesy Ryan Waters, SOURCE
Spanish Jose Luis Quintana at 8,000m o Cho Oyu, Saturday Oct 1, 2011.
Image by Elia Saikaly courtesy Elia Saikaly
After Everest, the Indian kid kept climbing.
Image by Arjun Vajpai courtesy Arjun Vajpai
Adventure Lovers team couldn't reach Cho Oyu summit but, before departing for home, posted a cool set of pics, including this one of climbers lining up on Cho Oyu serac band before C2.
courtesy Adventure Lovers, SOURCE
File image of climbers approaching Manaslu summit.
courtesy Alpenglow expeditions, SOURCE
Himalaya wrap-up: Manaslu and Cho Oyu summits, rescues updates
Posted: Oct 04, 2011 07:19 am EDT
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(Angela Benavides) In contrast to last year, Cho Oyu is registering an increasing number of summits this fall. In the midst of all the action though, a sick climber may be in urgent need of help in C2.Summit news is also arriving from Manaslu. On Shisha climbers aim for the (central?) top today. On Makalu, the exhausted Poles were about to reach C1 by nightfall and dangerous conditions on Dhaulagiri forced Carlos Soria to call off the expedition. Cho Oyu: More summits - and a rescueSummitClimb summited yesterday in nice...
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