REPORT | We have reached Camp 2 at 6500 m!

Yesterday we left from the Base Camp to Camp 1, where we had a really cold night and barely sleep due to strong wind. This morning we headed to the second camp and we arrived there in just one day. Great achievement since last year it took us two days to reach this point.

15 01 2018 Campo I-Campo II (1)_preview

In addition, compared to last winter we have placed the Camp 150 meters higher, where we have fixed 600 meters of rope. After a complicated descent because of windy conditions, we have returned to the Base Camp.

15 01 2018 Campo I-Campo II (2)_preview

We are exhausted but absolutely happy.

15 01 2018 Campo I-Campo II_preview (1)




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