Nanga Parbat Update: Climbers in Camp 4

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Camp 4 on Nanga Parbat, as shown by Sergi Mingote's RaceTracker device.

Sticking to plan despite the exhausting all-night climb yesterday, Stefi Troguet reported that the team left Camp 3 at 00:30am local time. About six hours later, she cheerfully logged in again from Camp 4 at 7,130m. The climbers are now resting before setting off on their summit bid tonight.

“We’re setting off at 1am local time,” confirms Sergi Mingote.

Cala Cimenti’s position at Camp 4 on Nanga Parbat.

Troguet’s, Mingote’s and Cimenti’s tracking devices all show the current location of the climbers. They have 1,000m left to climb.

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Angela Benavides

Angela Benavides

Senior journalist, published author and communication consultant. Specialized on high-altitude mountaineering, with an interest for everything around the mountains: from economics to geopolitics. After five years exploring distant professional ranges, I returned to ExWeb BC in 2018. Feeling right at home since then!

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