41 years, Australia
Fifteen days after setting off up the Southeast Face of 7,710m Mount Jannu, Sergey Nilov and Dimitry Golovchenko remain on the mountain.
The Russian duo have spent the last three days descending the Southwestern side of the mountain, loosely following the 1962 first ascent route. The second day was particularly hard due to poor visibility, but expected high winds did not materialize. On March 29, their GPS tracker read 6,995m.
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