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Manaslu 2003 featuring Piotr Pustelnik

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Piotr Pustelnik
Manaslu, at 8163 meters, is the eighth highest peak in the world. It is located in the west-central part of Nepal.

Piotr Pustelnik has summited 11 of the world's 14 highest peaks. If he summits Manaslu, he will only have Broad Peak and Annapurna left.

This Spring 2003 he will lead a team to attempt Manaslu, follow his dispatches right here.

Follow Along: Dispatch One: An international team led by Piotr Pustelnik left for Kathmandu. Their objective is to climb Manaslu (8126m) via Japanese route. Check here for the full dispatch.

Piotr Pustelnik- PL        leader

Anna Czerwińska-        PL

Jσzef Goździk-             PL

Krzysztof Tarasewicz-  PL

Barbara Dosnik-          SLO

Gia Tortladze-            GA

Ilja Thukvatulin-         UZ

Piotr Klepacz-             PL        nonclimbing doctor

Expedition will first going to the trekking peak, Larkye Peak for acclimatization then in seven days approach to Manaslu BC above Samagaon village. From April 15 to May 25 the climbing activity is planned. Probably, three camps are necessary to be established but everything is highly depended on the weather. We expect high snow between C1 and C2. According to the past history, we expect summit bids somewhere in the middle of May. I expect to see the Dan Mazur expedition in the BC. I believe we will have good cooperation with them. Piotr Pustelnik

 

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