Joel January 14th: "My well protected C1. Protection tested successfully last night… [...] The roof of the tent starts to dance, the walls make huge transformations. The noise is now just pure brutality. Everything inside the tent bounce, the ground is shaking heavily. I try to look where my clothes are but know it’s too late to do anything. I plunge and lay flat, with my body making a cross to maximize floating surface and trying to hold the corners of my tent. And I wait for the death impact.. Image by Joel Wischnewski courtesy Joel Wischnewski, SOURCE
Sunset from Camp 1 (posted Jan 18th). Joel: "The view from C1. The Herrligkoffer BC site on the left, the Bazhin glacier, and the beginning of Latobo BC on the right. Beautiful." Image by Joel Wischnewski courtesy Joel Wischnewski, SOURCE
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(Newsdesk) After Joel's rescue team returned from Camp 2 to Base Camp due to bad weather, they went up again on February 20th, reported Muhammad Ali to ExplorersWeb. "they went above Camp 1 but did not find anything, no tent, no food or any equipment has been found so far.""It is difficult to search because Joel climbed in alpine style so therefore no trace has been left behind.""The team will try to climb higher tomorrow (21st) if the weather permits."According to a Nanga Parbat weather forecast the prediction is heavy...