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Steve House, Vince Anderson and Marko Prezelj, Makalu 2008: Heading Up

Steve House  /  October 30, 2008  /  1 Min Read  /  Climbing

Located 14 miles east of Mt. Everest, on the border between Nepal and China, Makalu is the fifth highest peak in the world (27,762 ft). Photo: Marko Prezelj

As promised, Steve House called again just before leaving base camp for the West Face. This is an interesting call because the revised weather forecast isn’t as good as the team expected. Download or click the link to hear Steve explain.

Listen to Makalu Update 7 (mp3 – 2:18 – right-click to download)

Good luck guys. Stay warm up there.

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