Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 part 6 : Polish to celebrate 70th anniversary of first ascent.

Polish Himalaya Expeditions 2009

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 led by Jan Lenczowski (Grandson of Jakub Bujaka – first ascent Nanda Devi East), the team : MARCIN MIOTK, GRZEGORZ MRÓZ, JAROSŁAW WOĆKO, NARCYZ SADŁOŃ, PAWEŁ SZLACHTA, TOMASZ WALKIEWICZ, DANIEL CIESZYŃSKI, GRZESIEK SOSIŃSKI, RAFAŁ SZENDZIELARZ. nanda-devi-logo

Goal:

Nanda Devi East (7816 m ) – they will attempt to conquer the mountain using the Polish route from 1939.

Accomplishment time:

The attempt will take place between 20 April and 7 June 2009.

Description of the expedition:

The expedition will commence in 20 April 2009. The participants have obtained all necessary permits. They will attempt to conquer the mountain using the Polish route from 1939.

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Nanda Devi is the tallest mountain in the Garhwal Himalaya, and the second tallest peak in all of India. It consists of two distinct summits, with the main peak reaching 7816m with the secondary summit, known as Nanda Devi East, topping out 7434m. The entire massif is surrounded by a ring of challenging and tall Himalayan peaks, which helps to make the region, known as the Nanda Devi Sanctuary, almost inaccessible. The mountain is also viewed as sacred to the Hindi people, as it is named after one of their goddesses. Many consider it to be the one of the most beautiful mountains in the world.

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 – in review.

May 20, 2009
(MountEverest.net) Nanda Devi East: Summit attempt brewing

“Marcin Miotk and Grzegorz Mroz have arrived at Base Camp – now all ten expedition members are at  Polish C1 on Nanada Devi East NewNanda Devi East,” the Polish team reported. “Weather is good and the climbers hope to reach the summit soon. Meanwhile, they’re fixing ropes on three pinnacles that rise on the way to the ridge.”

21.05.2009 Towards the summit.

Jarek Woćko i Daniel Cieszyński finished securing three pinnacles with ropes. Marcin Miotk, Grzegorz Mróz and Jan Lenczewski are on the ridge now, trying to set the Camp II at the height of 6500 m.

After a short break in the BC Jarek Woćko and Daniel Cieszyński set up towards the summit. If the weather is good they could reach it in a few days time.

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Two days ago Krzysztof Wielicki, Piotr Pustelnik and Leszek Cichy took part in TVP1 (Polish TV) programm, where they were talking about Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009. In the programm there was also direct broadcasting from the BC and unique fragments of the film from the Polish expedition to Nanda Devi East in 1939.

* Source : – http://nandadevi.pl/

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Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009

– wyprawa z okazji 70 lecia polskiego himalaizmu.

Z okazji 70-lecia pierwszej polskiej wyprawy w Himalaje wyruszyła wyprawa jubileuszowa na Nanda Devi East.

Celem obecnej wyprawy jest przypomnienie o sukcesach Polaków w Himalajach i powtórzenie drogi z 1939 roku. Trzon ekspedycji stanowić będą młodzi himalaiści, mający już doświadczenie wspinaczkowe w górach wysokich. Wyprawa wyruszyła 20 kwietnia, powrót zaplanowano na 7 czerwca 2009 roku.

Nanda Devi East Expedition 2009 – relacje.

21.05.2009 Media o wyprawie.

Przedstawiamy linki do materiałów o wyprawie, które ukazały się w radiowej Trójce i programie TVP1 – Kawa czy herbata.

Fragment audycji Pawła Drozda „Trójka Przekracza Granice” (Polskie Radio).

W programie Kawa czy herbata o 70-leciu polskiego himalaizmu i o obecnej wyprawie na Nanda Devi East rozmawiali Krzysztof Wielicki, Leszek Cichy i Piotr Pustelnik. Bezpośrednią relację z bazy przekazali Narcyz Sadłoń, Jan Lenczowski, Tomasz Walkiewicz i Paweł Szlachta. W nagraniu można również obejrzeć fragmenty filmu z wyprawy autorstwa Rafała Szendzielarza oraz unikatowe fragmenty filmu z wyprawy z 1939 roku.

Wczoraj nie udało się nawiązać kontaktu z bazą. Obecnie trwa akcja szczytowa na Nanda Devi East. Prawdopodobnie Marcin Miotk, Grzegorz Mróz i Jan Lenczowski zakładają obóz II, a Jarek Woćko i Daniel Cieszyński ruszyli z bazy w kierunku szczytu.

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Na zdjęciu przedstawiono ostatnią potwierdzoną pozycję ekspedycji (Śnieżna Kopa, którą zaporęczowali Jarek Woćko i Daniel Cieszyński) oraz planowane miejsce założenia obozu II na wysokości 6500 m.

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** Źródła : – http://nandadevi.pl/

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** zapraszam na relacje z wypraw polskich himalaistów.

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