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Russian Team Makes First Ascent of Moveable Feast on Thalay Sagar

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In September 2016, over 10 days, Russian climbers Dmitry Golovchenko, Dmitry Grigoriev and Sergey Nilov authored the first ascent of Moveable Feast (ED2
M7 WI5 5.10a A3 1,400 meters) on the North Buttress of Thalay Sagar (6,904 meters) in the Indian Gangotri.

The team is honored with a Piolets d’Or award this year for the cutting-edge ascent.

Read more 2017 Piolets d’Or Awarded to British and Russian Teams