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Huberbuam eternal flame

1 Oct Pitch 15, Eternal Flame Photo by Hinterbrandner / The summit data: m. Photo by Hinterbrandner / The West Face of Nameless Tower. Trango Towers, Karakorum, Pakistan. Eternal Flame runs up the right skyline of the tower, which is actually its south buttress. Photo by. 1. Okt. During a four day period of good weather between 11th and 14th August Alexander and Thomas Huber managed the first redpoint ascent of the Eternal Flame, a creation of the legendary German climbing team Wolfgang Gullich and Kurt Albert from The route Eternal Flame ((VII c/7b+ A2. 1 Oct Alex Huber leads a d pitch to bypass the 10th-pitch bolt ladder on Eternal Flame. Photo by Fritz Hinderbrandner / Alexander Huber climbs the a third pitch on Eternal Flame, a new variation to avoid a pendulum. Photo by Fritz Hinderbrandner / Alexander and.

Difficult free climbing on huge mountains. In , Wolfgang Güllich and Kurt Albert - two Frankenjura climbing pioneers - were successful on Nameless Tower in the Karakoram Mountains. The ignited their Eternal Flame and in so doing, started a new era in the history of high altitude mountaineering. got acclimatised. The route Eternal Flame ((VII c/7b+ A2, Albert-Gullich-Stiegler-Sykora, ) takes the South Pillar of the Nameless Tower in the Trango group. Smaller and less objectively dangerous than its neighbour Great Trango, the Nameless Tower is still a huge pillar of granite, with the meat of the route rising for around Thomas Huber (born 18 November ) in Palling, Bavaria) is a German climber and mountaineer. He lives in Berchtesgaden with his family. His brother and climbing partner is Alexander Huber and the two are called "Huberbuam" ( Huberboys) in Bavarian dialect. They were the subject of the film To the Limit.

In , it was Wolfgang Güllich and Kurt Albert who did the first ascent of the “ Eternal Flame” route at the Nameless Tower (m). Both of them were free climbing pioneers and the first ones to tackle the big walls in the Karakorum without any technical tools. Unfortunately, they weren't able to free climb the whole route.

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