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Nepalese climbers claim first winter K2 ascent

16.01.2021 14:00
A team of Nepalese climbers have claimed they are the first to ascend the K2 mountain during winter, while a Polish climber is on her way to camp 3.
K2 Photo: Maria Ly from San Francisco, USA - K2, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14701917

"WE DID IT", a trekking company leading one of the expeditions on K2 said in a tweet on Saturday.

Ten Nepalese climbers from competing expeditions earlier formed a new group to scale the peak, never before summited in the winter.

Meanwhile, according to media reports, Polish climber Magdalena Gorzkowska is on her way to camp 3.

Poles previously attempted to scale K2 in 2018. That expedition was marked by dramatic twists and turns, and was finally called off.

Two of the climbers, including Denis Urubko, diverted from the expedition to carry out a dangerous rescue of a French woman stranded on Nanga Parbat in northern Pakistan, the ninth-tallest mountain in the world.

After returning, Urubko broke away from the expedition and launched a failed solo attempt to conquer K2.


Source: IAR