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Siberian Climbing

August 27, 2014

Siberian Climbing

Mont Ambassador Chris Warner checked in recently with these spectacular photos from his climbing expedition in Siberia

Mont Ambassador Chris Warner and co climbing in Siberia

We have been climbing big walls in Bilibino in Siberia and have completed 3 amazing lines on these unclimbed walls. We have also had some good days paragliding. Now it’s raining the last few days and hope to climb two of the other towers before we leave in a few weeks.

Chris

Chris is due back in late September and we will bring you a full report of his trip then.

Mont Ambassador Chris Warner and co climbing in Siberia

Mont Ambassador Chris Warner and co climbing in Siberia

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