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The flight to Skardu was over booked. ATP has managed to get a seat and could
fly out as a planed. It was great flight with wonderful view of the mountains
and landscape. Peter wanted to make faster approach to Base Camp but had to
spend 3 days in Skardu, because of bureaucracy. Finally he could leave
direction to Base camp with 3 Pakistani friends (staffs). Right now the
weather is good, if the weather is constant, in a few days he is in Base camp.
heads back to K2 in 2005!
Peter is a very succesful
climber in the Alps, Karakorum and Himalaja and vetern expedition leader. Some
of the 8000 meters peaks he climbed in the last few years, Cho-Oyu 8201
meters, Shisapangma 8021 meters, Broad Peak 8047 meters, Gasherbrum II 8035
meters, Hidden Peak I 8068 meters, and Nanga Parbat 8125 meters. There was
summits of Makalu on his expedition in 2004. After Makalu Peter headed
over to K2. Bellow is some of his pictures from K2 2004 picture show.
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