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incapable of being ascended

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incapable of being surmounted or climbed

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The Moran family explained how the group "had set out to attempt an unclimbed, unnamed summit, Peak 6477m, and the last contact intimated that all was well".
He said Pakistan possessed unclimbed peaks, 1,000 kilometres of untouched coastline, homage places like Nankana Sahib and Panja Sahib besides historic cultural heritage involving Mughals and others.
Undiscovered Worlds With Steve Backshall BBC2, 8pm Steve attempts to scale an unclimbed mountain in Greenland's Arctic wilderness.
Now aged 51, Brian recently topped his sixth unclimbed mountain in November 2018, the Himalayan summit of Korlang Pari Tippa North, taking along a small team of members of the public looking for adventure Mr Jackson, who is director of Brymbo based Expedition Wise Ltd in Wrexham, trekked 12 days to a basecamp before summitting the mountain - another that has never been climbed before.
Currently, two high-altitude teams are at the base camp of K2, the only peak above 8000-meters that is still unclimbed in extreme winters.
ISLAMABAD:Two high-altitude teams, comprising 21 climbers have reached Skardu to mount K2, the only above 8000-metre unclimbed peak in extremes of winter.
ISLAMABAD -- Two high-altitude teams, comprising 21 climbers have reached Skardu to mount K2, the only above 8000-metre unclimbed peak in extremes of winter.
A bold adventurer, she survived for 53 hours on a rope during a blizzard on the previously unclimbed north-east face of the Finsteraarhorn in the Swiss Alps in 1902.
Dunblane-based Keith Partridge was involved in filming the 2003 movie, which is based on the true story of two mountaineers' struggle for survival while on the previously unclimbed western face of 20,813ft Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes.
* Author and Everest summiteer Graham Hoyland found the inspiration to write this entertaining book on a climbing expedition to Gangar Punsum, the world's highest unclimbed peak, which rises in Bhutan on the Tibetan border.
There are hundreds of peaks lying unclimbed and posing a challenge to mountaineers and climbers from all over the world.
There are numerous peaks above 6500 to 7700 meters, which have still remained unnamed and unclimbed. Alpine Adventure Guides offers a number of mountaineering options that mountaineers choose according to skill and strength.
We attempt steep ice and snow couloirs, classic ridge traverses, icy crests, rock pyramids, hidden valleys, and finally unclimbed peaks!
It has some of the most difficult technical climbing in the world and even the most-visited peaks still have unclimbed routes.