American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

Asia, India–Kashmir and Ladakh, Barnaj II South and Central Peaks

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  • Publication Year: 1981

Barnaj 11 South and Central Peaks. Japanese from Tokyo University led by Yoisho Kubora established Base Camp at 13,125 feet and Advanced Base Camp at 15,100 feet on the glacier of the Barnaj Nala. Above Camp I the route ascended an icefall and also had difficult rock climbing. On August 14 Kei Komishi, Shoichi Sugaya, Hiroshi Matsui and Nobuyoshi Suzuki climbed the south (6150 meters, 20,177 feet) and central (6170 meters, 20,243 feet) summits of Barnaj II.

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