Cerro Kishtwar, Lama, Burdet, Siegrist & Teamby Jack Geldard - UKC Chief Editor Feb/2012
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Their route, Yoniverse, is 1200m in length and is graded WI5 and 6a. The peak itself was first climbed in 1993 by British alpinists Mick Fowler and Steve Sustad.
The peak, Cerro Kishtwar, gets its name from a resemblance to the striking rock spike of Cerro Torre.
The expedition was supported by Mammut
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