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Himalaya winter games: list of expeditions is up

Posted: Dec 18, 2012 12:45 am EST

(Newsdesk/Karrar Haidri/ExWeb Pakistan) If everybody who applied for climbing permits show up, Nanga Parbat will be a popular spot this winter. A bunch of Polish will have Broad Peak to themselves. Gasherbrums will be silent, as will K2.

The list of winter expeditions is updated.

Nanga Parbat

Hungary/US:

David Klein
Zoltan Robert ACS
Ian Overton

Polish:

Tomasz Mackiewicz
Marek Klonowski
Piotr Strzezysz

Italians:

Daniele Nardi
Lanfranco Castiglion
Mahdi Gholipoure

French:

Joel Wischnewski

Broad Peak

Polish:
(Confirmed for 5-6 members, gear already in place.)

Krzysztof Wielicki
Adam Bielecki
Marcin Piotr Kaczkan
Janusz Golab
Tomasz Kowalski
Rafal Fronia
Andrzej Bargiel
Krzysztof Starek
Jacek Czech

Related/Previous

Gavan, Bolotov, Urubko and more: about upcoming winter climbs and Everest new route

Hungary/US interview with ExplorersWeb

Polish interview with ExplorersWeb

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Nanga Parbat 2006/2007. Cold.
Image by Artur Hajzer
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