In October 2021, Tom Livingstone and Matt Glenn climbed a major new route on Tengkangpoche's (6487m) North-East pillar in Nepal, after spending a total of 7 days on the route. The trip caused a subsequent controversy after it emerged Tom and Matt had used some stashed gear and beta from Quentin Roberts and Jesse Huey, which led to a debate around the ethics of high altitude mountaineering.
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