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“It’s just too exciting”, says Dominik Mueller. The head of the German operator Amical alpin has called off all its expeditions and treks in Pakistan that were originally planned for the summer of 2015. “Due to the uncertain situation in Pakistan and the conflicts that flare up time and again in the areas around Gilgit and Chilas, we have reluctantly decided to take this step”, it says on Amical’s website. “We are worried about the violence of the Taliban, various subgroups and not least of religious factions. Thus we had no option.”
Date23. March 2015 | 15:18
TagsAmical Alpin, Broad Peak, Chilas, Dominik Mueller, Expedition, Gasherbrum II, Gilgit, Pakistan, Safety situation
The same procedure on Everest as every year? Probably not, but a reliable forecast is difficult. “There seem to be less people on expeditions and also less people trekking in Nepal”, the New Zealander Russell Brice replies to my question which influence the avalanche disaster on Good Friday 2014 and the subsequent end of all great expeditions on Everest south side will have on this year’s spring season on the highest mountain in the world. “It seems that more people want to go to North side, and less people to South side”, says the head of the expedition operator Himalayan Experience. However, Brice withdrew his tendered Everest expedition in Tibet and decided to just operate on the south side this year.
Date9. January 2015 | 15:52
TagsAng Tshering Sherpa, Dan Mazur, DAV Summit Club, Dominik Mueller, Mount Everest, Nepal, Russell Brice, Simon Lowe, Tibet, Tim Mosedale