The Team assesses conditions at Camp 2

Hi everyone this is Ben calling in from Camp 2 on Manaslu. We’re doing well, all tucked into our tents after dinner and ready for bed. There was an avalanche up above Camp 3- between Camp 4 and Camp 3, we don’t have all the details just yet. We’re in a safe spot here, and we’ll be making a big decision here moving forward. I’ll keep you updated here on what we plan to do as of right now we’re in a safe spot. We will see what tomorrow brings and make decision on whether we keep going up or head back down. Thanks for following along everyone is doing well out here! We’ll keep in touch and let you know what we decide to do moving forward tomorrow.

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