/ NEWS: Swiss-Bavarian Greenland expedition 2011
Expedition to Quvnerit Island, by Toni Lamprecht:
The South of Greenland offers an incredible wealth of technical rock
climbing on big granite faces, some of them directly over the ocean.
Tasermiut Fjord has seen most of the climbing activity of...
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Superb. So much quality rock in Southern Greenland, easy access and the weather can be amazingly good.
I was already very excited about this area, now I'm even more excited. Looks like Pabbay on Acid. Have you been Tom?
Yes, twice. The first time we had a month of perfect weather. The second time we had some rain, but not much. But some years you read of teams sitting in the rain for weeks on end, though I think that's unlucky.
I meant more logistically and with islands and that, obviously one is slabby granite and the other overhanging Gneiss. Sounds like one of the better places for a rock-centric expedition. Do you think Tassermuit the best place to go?
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