/ NEWS: Fowler & Ramsden: 1st Ascent of Kishtwar Kailash
Mick Fowler and Paul Ramsden have made the first ascent of Kishtwar Kailash (6451m) in the Indian Himalaya.The pair reached the summit by a route on its 1500m southwest face, with mixed climbing up to Scottish VI.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=68440
Rad! Looks like a mesmerising mountain.
Well done mate.
This sort of thing reminds you of what its really all about.
I guess a few of his routes don't hang around long enough for a second ascent ! Not sure if its true or not, but there was a story about a council demolishing a small stack on which he'd just done a route because the stack was a public safety hazard. Deserves to be true even if its not.
...I had an horrific night with Mick and a bottle of whiskey in Liverpoool in the '80s...
Incredible looking shard. respect.
Brilliant stuff! Good on ya lads.
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