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30.10.2011

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Cerro Kishtwar

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Stefan Siegrist and Rob Frost during the descent. The route Yoniverse takes a the striking line of ice to the right of Cerro Kishtwar summit.

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Stefan Siegrist and Rob Frost during the descent. The route Yoniverse takes a the striking line of ice to the right of Cerro Kishtwar summit., visualimpact.ch
Cerro Kishtwar, Stefan Siegrist and Rob Frost during the descent. The route Yoniverse takes a the striking line of ice to the right of Cerro Kishtwar summit. - © visualimpact.ch

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