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  Simone Moro Annapurna 2004 moving up!


5/23/2004: Simone via satphone: “Hello. We did start only today from BC, because the weather was so bad. Denis and I did start at 3 a.m. from BC at 4200 meters and reached after 10 hours fighting camp II at 6000 meters. We had snow till our knees and so we have to make all the track. Finally we risked to not find the camp, because there was so many fog…. Ralf, Gerlinde, Hirotaka and Boris did stop at camp I, because Ralf has been hid by one stone on his leg and Hirotaka has problems with his stomach. So they will decide tomorrow morning if to continue or not. Also Denis has some problem with his stomach, but not so bad. Tomorrow morning Denis and I will decide if continue to 7000 meters, where begins the rocky part or if stay one more day in camp II for rest after this hard work in the snow… Bye till tomorrow, Simone”

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Simone Moro Everest 2002

Simone Moro and company: Winter Shishapangma

Simone Moro received the David A Sowles award 2/2002

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Simone Moro Everest/Cho Oyu 2002 Expedition

 

 
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