PRIMÁTOR reaches new heights (6153m!)
In the second half of September, two of the regional mountaineering club DKH and great fans of PRIMÁTOR Milan Lukašák and Luboš Flousek reached the summit of Stok Kangri (6153 m) in India.
Stok Kangri is the highest peak in the northwest Indian Himalayas Ladakh region, and one of the most popular for climbing. They attempted it from a base camp (4980m) by classic trail along the eastern and north-south ridge of the glacier and reached the summit on September 18, 2014 at 5:30 am. “Having to face extremely low temperatures before sunrise and awaiting better condition to descent were the only trouble we experienced on this challenging trail.” commented Milan.
PRIMÁTOR is proud of these volunteers! We want to thank both you guys for your enthusiasm and congratulation you on your success.