41 years, Australia
This article first appeared on Explorersweb.com. The original can be read here.
Four veteran Austrian alpinists have made the first ascent of an unnamed peak in the Indian Himalaya. Hansjörg Auer, Max Berger, Much Mayr and Guido Unterwurzacher took three days to reach the 6,050-metre summit.
Hansjörg Auer told ExWeb: “We climbed a very logical line on the southeast face in a three-day, alpine-style push from the valley floor at around 3,200 meters.”
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