David Lama on Trango Tower
- OCT 6, 2012
- David Lama
- About this Video
- Vertigo Deluxe: David Lama climbs the 'Eternal Flame' route on the 6239 meter high Trango (a.k.a. Nameless) Tower in the Karakoram Himalayas, which has a reputation for being one of the most demanding rock climbs above 5000 meters. With its steep walls and perfect cracks, it was a prototype project for David and his climbing partner Peter Ortner.
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