Standing 6286 meters (20,608 ft) in height, Pakistan’s Great Trango Tower is one of the most challenging climbs on the entire planet. It features a vertical drop that is unmatched by nearly any other peak and it requires numerous days on a very big wall to reach the summit. A few weeks back, Slovakian climber Dodo Kopold managed to put up a daring new route along the tower’s Northwest Face. Upon his return home, he sat down with the good folks from EpicTV to discuss the expedition and share his thoughts on the climb. You’ll find that interview, which includes some amazing photos from Great Trango, below.
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