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Tseng done with Kangchenjunga, Winter K2 Next?

The Kangchenjunga team is back in Kathmandu. Their climb produced Kangchenjunga's first fall season summits since 2004. It also brings Tseng Ko-Erh of Taiwan and Gelje Sherpa of Nepal one step closer to their respective goals. Gelje Sherpa Gelje Sherpa aims to become the youngest climber to comple...

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