Team salty goat at Karanga camp

  hello everyone this lakpa checking in with team salty goat from Karanga camp 13,300ft. Today is 4th day of our hike, we hike from barranco camp this morning climbed the famous barranco wall topping up 14,500 ft than traverse to Karanga camp it took us about 4 and half hours. Today was pretty short day, we had hole afternoon to rest after lunch. Everyone is doing great so far. We been eating pretty good three course of meal every day each meal. Thank you ours wonderful cook Kleven and his crew. Our plan for tomorrow is hike to Kosovo camp 15,800ft then organizing gears and get ready for summit. We are planning to summit early morning day after tomorrow Jan 13th and decent to millennium camp until then by for know.

Lakpa rita

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