Major new route for Fowler & Turnbullby Nick Colton - BMC Oct/2011
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"Mick Fowler, famous as the climbing taxman, and Dave Turnbull, the BMC CEO, have just successfully completed a major first ascent in Nepal.
They have been to an extremely remote valley in the far western Nepal province of Mugu to attempt a fantastic line on a mountain that has become known as Mugu Chuli (6310m) in the upper Kajichuwa Valley..."
This is an excerpt from a longer report by Nick Colton for the BMC.
Mick Fowler is sponsored by Berghaus
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