28 years and 29 expeditions later, this great team has managed to climb Nanga Parbat (8,126 m) in winter, congratulations!
¡Por fin! At last! It has reached the first Winter Nanga Parbat summit. The summit had to wait 28 years and 29 expeditions to the number 30 has become historical. Alex Txikon, Ali Sadpara and Simone Moro have achieved today, Friday 26 February 2016, after a long day that began early in the morning from the 7,200 meters from Camp 4 and took them to the 8,126 meters the summit at 15:37 hours in the afternoon, Pakistani hour. Tamara Lunger, who left with his three companions, had to stay a few meters below.
Tamara Lunger, who left with his three companions, had to stay a few meters below. Progression during the day has been followed step by followers of the expedition through RaceTracker Alex Txikon and social networks, regularly updated from the base camp by Igone Mariezkurrena. The head of communications of the expedition has watched with binoculars from Base Camp advancing climbers to the summit.
From Inguru Abentura we want to congratulate the whole team for this historic ascension.