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  • Documentary / Historical

    Co Oju, Sisa Pangma

    Zdenek Gawlik (2003)

    Fourth episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two mountains: Cho Oyu and Shisha Pangma. Cho Oyu was first climbed in winter in 1985 by the Czech mountaineer Jaromír Stejskal and Slovakian Dušan Becíkand in an international expedidion led by Canadian Roger Marshall. About Shisha Pangma, it wasn't climbed by a Czech mountaineer until 1990, when Josef Rakoncaj stood on top of it. Next Czech ascent was five years later by Oldřich Rypl, Stanislav Šilhan, Petr Skřivánek and Josef Šimůnek.

    Czech Republic / 56 min

    Co Oju, Sisa Pangma

    Zdenek Gawlik

    • 2003
    • Czech Republic
    • 56 min
    Fourth episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two mountains: Cho Oyu and Shisha Pangma. Cho Oyu was first climbed in winter in 1985 by the Czech mountaineer Jaromír Stejskal and Slovakian Dušan Becíkand in an international expedidion led by Canadian Roger Marshall. About Shisha Pangma, it wasn't climbed by a Czech mountaineer until 1990, when Josef Rakoncaj stood on top of it. Next Czech ascent was five years later by Oldřich Rypl, Stanislav Šilhan, Petr Skřivánek and Josef Šimůnek.

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Gaserbrum I, Gaserbrum II

    Zdenek Gawlik (2003)

    Second episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two mountains: Gasherbrum I (also known as Hidden Peak) and Gasherbrum II, the lowest eight-thousanders. It was not until the summer of 1997 that a Czech expedition led by Zdeněk Hrubý paid attention on the Gasherbrums. Hrubý died in 2013 in the descent of Gasherbrum I after opening a new route on the south west face.

    Czech Republic / 56 min

    Gaserbrum I, Gaserbrum II

    Zdenek Gawlik

    • 2003
    • Czech Republic
    • 56 min
    Second episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two mountains: Gasherbrum I (also known as Hidden Peak) and Gasherbrum II, the lowest eight-thousanders. It was not until the summer of 1997 that a Czech expedition led by Zdeněk Hrubý paid attention on the Gasherbrums. Hrubý died in 2013 in the descent of Gasherbrum I after opening a new route on the south west face.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    Watch Free DVD / BLU-RAY

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