Czechs Marek Holeček & Radek Groh climbed new route on Baruntse
Czech mountaineers Marek Holeček and Radek Groh climbed a new route via north west face of mount Baruntse (7162 m) in Nepal. After the top they begin descent down, but bad weather stucked them in about 7000 metres. They reported yesterday at Facebook:
"Report from satellite phone from 25.5.2021
Hell on the top
Today, around four o'clock, Ráda and I climbed a new road through the NW wall and a few minutes later we crossed the top of Baruntse. We didn't even take pictures, no expressions of joy, and we immediately continued until the hellish weather allowed us to descend. We are in the seven thousand, where we built the sixth bivouac. We pray that tomorrow at least for a while it will be visible and we can descend. We are very tired!