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Ready, steady... preliminary list of expeditions to Pakistan

Posted: May 07, 2013 10:14 pm EDT

(Karrar Haidri/ExplorersWeb Pakistan) Here goes a preview of who applied for permits to climb this summer in Pakistan.

List of Pakistan 2013 Expeditions.
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Currently on Makalu, Don Bowie spent 2005 on Broad Peak in Pakistan. He wrote: "The same storm that hit K2 also raked Broad Peak, and I spent two days hunkered down at 6580 meters. When I emerged from the storm early on the 6th, I attempted to climb to the summit but was turned back at 7025 meters by deep snow and horrific avalanche conditions."
Image by Don Bowie courtesy Don Bowie
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