Deadly Avalanche on Mont Mauditby Jack Geldard - UKC Chief Editor Jul/2012
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The photo above clearly shows the normal route up Mont Maudit (climbers in the lower right) and the serac danger on that slope.
Those found are reported to include three British climbers. The names of those involved have not yet been officially released, however we will update this report when that information becomes public.
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