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  K2, Gasherbrum I and Nanga Parbat Winter Expeditions Announced for 2011/2012


Old Polish Ice Worriers Artur Hajzer with his friends Dariusz Zaluski recently climb K2 from China side, and Adam Bielecki combine the Polish team for GI winter 2011/2012. However Artur Hajzer and his last years winter team fails to climb Broad Peak.

They are sharing permit with Gerfried Goschl the leader of GI winter expedition 2011/2012 Gerfried Goschl teams includes Jon Alexander Chicon Narvaez Spanish, Hahlen Cederic Swiss, Sarlos Fernando Quiroga Suarez Spanish. Gerfried Goschl climb GI this summer and study the route for his winter attempt which he failed last winter.

The last year champs Simone Moro Italian who made the summit of GII first ever for any 8000m peaks in Pakistan has applied recently for Nanga Parbat with Danis Urubko Kazakhstan and Matteo Zanga Italian.

On Nanga Parbat there will be another five members Polish team “ Justice for all – Nanga Parbat Expedition 2011 / 2012” led by Piotr Strzezysz and join by Marek Klonowski, Lukasz Biernacki, Tomasz machiewicz and Bartosz Malinowski.

After many years follow a line of investigation and research for K2 in winter Russian K2 Winter Expedition 2011 / 2012 is finally listed for permit under the leadership of Viktor Kozlov with a 16 members team namely Alexey Bolotov, Gennady Kirievskiy, Vlaimir Belous, Nikolai Totmianin, Valery Shamalo, Gleb Sokolov, Vitaliy gorelik, Lias Tukhvatullin, Andrey Mariev, Vadim Popovich, Evgeny Vinogradskiy, nikolay chernyy, Sergey Bychkovskiy, Igor Boriseko and Vladimir Kuptsov.

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