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Team returns to Skardu

Hi everyone, We arrived back to Skardu late yesterday afternoon in good, if not tired shape We are all enjoying some showers, relaxing and will visit a few of the sites here today. Here are some pictures from the last week or so! My Best Eric Murphy Thanks Eric Murphy

Team reaches the last camp of their trek

Hi everyone! We are at Jhola camp, our last camp for the trek. The team is doing great. We hope to reach Skardu tomorrow  

Call in from Paiyu Camp

Hi everyone we are now at Paiyu camp after 3 days of descent. The team is doing great! We have had some rain last 2 days  

Team at Goro I

Hi everyone, we have started our descent. Tonight we are at Goro I at 13,650’. We woke up to 3” of snow this morning  

Team heads back towards Skardu

The team is doing great and happy to be heading down glacier. We plan to be back to Skardu around 29 August.  

I loved everything about the trip. The accommodations, local contacts and guide was extremely skilled and a pleasure to climb with.

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