A missing French bergbeklimster Sunday morning alive found in the Pakistani mountain Nanga Parbat (the Killer Mountain. It is to be feared, however, that its Polish partner, the adventure has not survived.
The two mountaineers came Saturday during their ascent of Killer Mountain to be stuck at an altitude of 7,400 feet. Four Polish eliteklimmers, that an attempt was made to the nearby K2 to climb, were taken by a Pakistani helicopter was transferred to the two looking to go.
The French woman was alive and well found. Her Polish companion continues to search. Due to the bad weather conditions on the mountain are the searches provisionally suspended, reports spokesman Karrar Haidri of Pakistan alpinist. He fears that the Polish climber died.
The 8.126-metre-high Nanga Parbat is located in the Pakistani part of the Himalayas. The ascent of it stands to book as especially dangerous.