42 years, Australia
After two days without a signal, Jost Kobusch is back on grid, gaining metre after metre up the West Shoulder. If his indicated position is correct, he is to the left of the original West Ridge route. In a brief post before leaving, Kobusch said that he found no better alternative to the icy route he had tested the previous week. That will be his chosen line to the summit. The close dots suggest that at the end of the day, he set up his Camp 2 at approximately 6,850m.
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