The late alpinists Lama and Auer are each honored for their respective solo ascents---the former on Lunag Ri, Nepal, the latter on Lupghar Sar West, Pakistan, while Livingstone, Česen and Stražar are recognized for their first ascent of a new line on the north ridge, north face and south face of Latok I, Pakistan.
Join David Lama from advanced basecamp to summit on his successful solo push for the first ascent of Lunag Ri, a previously unclimbed peak of 6,907 meters on the border between Nepal and Tibet. On October 23, 2018 the Austrian with Nepali heritage set out carrying a POV camera and was followed by a drone navigated from advanced basecamp.
After failing twice with Conrad Anker, Lama made the first ascent of the peak's true summit by himself.
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