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alpinestar


Nov 12, 2004, 1:43 AM
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Mt Shivling.
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Hi

Any have any info on the classic.

Looking at it as a project for next year, looks sooo good! Amazing..

Any info appriciated.

M


joe


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Greg Child went there and I think he wrote about it in one of his early bios. You can also check out Rock and Ice or the 2002 Alpine Journal? For info on Pete Takeda and Doug Chabot's trip there. Valeri Babanov did a solo ascent there as well.
there are a lot of good problems in that region, the Grahwal. Meru, Meru Central, Bhagirathi II and III, Kalanka. A great resource for online info is the www.indmount.org. Good luck on your trip I am totally jealous.


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