/ NEW ARTICLE: TRIP REPORT: QUBMC 2012 Kyrgyzstan Expedition
"To our disappointment, there was no summit. We had finally topped out from the still air of that wonderfully shaded and completely Baltic couloir into the warm morning sunshine, and significantly less-than-warm mountain breeze. The pile of rubble we had topped out onto was a toothed ridge which split exactly into three at this very point..."
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=5209
Sasha is a legend, here he is pretending to be a wheel http://www.flickr.com/photos/hannesgranberg/6543079523/in/set-72157630762280488
Cheers Hannes, we were reasonably lucky with conditions.
Sasha is indeed a legend, quite the character! Most dependable man on the planet. We were glad we didn't have the UAZ, no idea how you managed to get that across any rivers - the URAL we ended up with got stuck halfway across a river at one point.
Gilmour, excellent trolling. Also find that memory card.
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