/ NEWS: Brits in Patagonia: Bad Weather and New Routes
With a terrible weather season in Patagonia there hasn't been much rock based activity. However British climber Dave Gladwin managed a great looking first ascent...
"Two of us summited and then after pouring water out of our boots and wringing out our clothes we spent the descent generally suffering in the cold slurring words and forgetting simple things. We arrived back at camp very relieved 19 hours after setting off!"
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=68647
Nice one big D!
Seems like El Chalten was the trendy place to be for Brits this season, there were heaps hanging around. What did you and Rob get up to Jack?
err... and the blood coming out of your face?
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