Turkish mountaineer set for 8th highest summit

Turkish climber Tunc Findik will set off to Katmandu, the capital of Nepal, on September 2 in order to climb the 8th highest mount of the world Manaslu

Turkish mountaineer set for 8th highest summit

World Bulletin/News Desk

Turkish climber Tunc Findik will set off to Katmandu, the capital of Nepal, on September 2 in order to climb Manaslu the 8th highest mountain summit of the world, .

In a statement that appeared on Findik's website it was stated that he will reach to the skirts of the mountain Manaslu the 8th highest mountain in the world with its 8,163 m height after one week of tracking. According to the statement, Findik will set up four camps, the highest of which is going to be at 7,400 meter and the climb will start from the northeast of the mountain and will be on snow and ice.

Tunc Findik is a member  Zirve Climbing Club and International GHM Elite Climber Association. 

The summit of Manaslu, an extention of the Himalayas in Nepal, was first climbed by Japanese climbers in 1956 and it is well known for its strong storms and ice cracks.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 26 Ağustos 2013, 15:46
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