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[TR] Kang Nachugo, Rolwaling Valley, Nepal - South Face to West Ridge 10/17/2008

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Trip: Kang Nachugo, Rolwaling Valley, Nepal - South Face to West Ridge


Date: 10/17/2008


Trip Report:

Hello CC friends,

David Gottieb and I just returned from an incredible journey in the Nepal Himalaya. We spent 47 days making the beautiful journey through the Rolwaling and Khumbu valleys, climbing peaks and having a great time. Our main objective was the unclimbed Kang Nachugo (6,735 meters) in the center of the Rolwaling Valley. We made the first ascent of the peak over 5 days, summitting on October 17th. I've posted a full trip report on our Climb Nepal blog: www.climbnepal.blogspot.com. Check it out.


Here are a few pictures from the trip:


David looking out toward Kang Nachugo:



David leading on the South Face:



David following snow flutings gaining the ridge crest:



David on the ridge crest:



View from the summit of Cho-Oyu, the Khumbu region, Mt. Everest, and Lhotse:




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What freaking cool looking climb. The videos were great on the blog. I can't wait to get to Nepal someday.

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Hey, thanks for the replies. I'm finally back from Nepal and have had a chance to sort through a few more pictures. I've posted over 40 more images on my blog: www.climbnepal.blogspot.com. Check em out.

Here are a couple to share here:



Nepali Children in the small town of Jagart on day 2 of our approach.



The Sherpa settlement of Beding.



Gauri Shankar and the Rolwaling Valley - Beding can be seen at the base of the peak to the right of the river.



David on the summit of Parchamo.



A porter heading over Tesi Laptsa Pass.

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