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Permit and Briefing

Tommy returns to Islamabad for the briefing

18.06.2008 14:00

Tommy leaves to Pakistan

Today Tommy starts his journey to Pakistan. He will stay in Islamabad for a short period of time...

29.05.2008 10:04

Rajar bazar

Sunday is shoppingday in Rawalpindi.

18.05.2008 17:27


In 2009 a bigger international team lead by an Austrian will attempt the same or a similar route. We wish them good conditions and good luck! www.bergleben.de/klettern/2076-e_279807.htmlwww.gerfriedgoeschl.at[more]

We wish Harry, Klaus and Jakob best of luck with their attempt of a first ascent on Hunza Peak![more]

Saman Nemati got lost on summit day[more]

Markus and Clara in "Sommerzeit" on 22.7.08 at 17.40 Uhr in ORF 2 (Austrian national TV).

Breakfast at fm4[more]

It is time to think about the passed two months.[more]


Camps and actual route[more]


We established five high camps: [more]


This expedition would not have been so successful without the help of our Pakistani support team.[more]


Ursi and Stefan from Austria welcome us back down in basecamp[more]


This is an invitation to a welcome back party ...[more]

The saddle at 7.750 m below the north summit is the place to return. The actual conditions do not allow to continue safely.[more]


Phone conversation today, live on FM4[more]

The climbers are at 7.200 m and continue to summit the next 2 days[more]

The probably final ascent is started. Some new pictured have been sent by satellite connection from the ABC.[more]

Clara and Markus are back in the basecamp and use two days of bad weather for relaxing and gaining energy. Tommy is already back at home (and tries to give best strategic support using the most up to date weather forecasts)[more]


The latest call from the BC informed about the arrival at 7.000 m[more]


Tommy cancels his ascent[more]

The ABC (5700m) is set up[more]


Basecamp is set up, preparations for moving higher started[more]

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