American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

South America, Peru, Cordillera Blanca, Caraz II, South Face

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  • Publication Year: 1999

Caraz II, South Face. It was reported that, during the summer of 1997, Britons A1 Coull, Mark Kendrick and Muir Morton established the Superduper Couloir (TD, ice/mixed 80-90°, 500m), a fairly direct central line on the south face of Caraz II (6020m) above the initial complicated icefall. It was the face’s second route. (High Mountain Sports 189)

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