Damavand Weather Forecast
In general terms and as far as trekking could concerned Damavand Volcano has only 2 seasons, summer then winter! Autumn as well as spring are far too short and deliberated as cold temp for hiking & trekking Damavand Mountain.
In about summer season, mid-June to September, Damavand Iran weather is fantastic for hiking. The outlook in othe seasons is tough and regarded as off-season for walking.
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The Slovenes took the first ascent of the stunning northwestern face of Chobutse
Luca Straژar, 33, from Slovenia, and Naj Marsic, 36, The first ascent from the northwestern front of Chobutse (also known as Tsoboje) is a 6686-meter peak in Nepal’s Rolling Valley, which is rarely climbed. From October 28 to 30, the two climbed their new route clean, unaided and in alpine style. They reached the summit at 14:00 and returned to their main camp from the west until 10:00 that night.
Stražar, a professional mountain guide based in Jesenice, said this rock climbing That their new line, Slovenian direct (ED M5 AI 5; 5,500 feet), including about 1,600 individual feet at the bottom, rising from the ice to AI 4.
The solo was followed by almost eight steep and mixed terrains in the middle of the track and an “easy but extremely windy ending”. He said The mountain was attractive to him and Marsich mainly because of its aesthetics. “The symmetry is really good,” he said of the northwest face. “And the clearest line goes straight to the middle.” On difficulty, “I have trouble defining axes in complex paths like this. [The crux] “It really was everything.”
He and Marsic traveled to Chobutse and the Rolling Valley as part of a four-person Slovenian trip with Marco Perzli and Matija Volontar. The latter tried to build a line on the south side of the peak, but was pushed back by strong winds and bad weather.
Chobutse, also known as Tsoboje or Chobuje, was first climbed through the Northeast ridge in 1972 by a German team consisting of Wolfgang Weinzirl, Peter Fogler and Gustav and Klaus Harder. Mingma Gialje Sherpa was acclaimed in 2015 for the solo performance of the western face of Chobutse, which ironically occurred on the same calendar date that Estrager and Marsic began their ascent (October 28). A Nepalese mountaineer at the time called Chobutse “the hardest mountain I have ever climbed” and named the route. Dorji Sherpa In honor of his late father, he was only the fourth ascent of the peak and “the first new technical route completed by a Nepali alone in the country.” American Alpine Magazine.
Marsic was seriously ill in his first week at base camp, with a throat infection and a fever above 102 degrees Fahrenheit. “Then he [developed] “It was an ear infection, so it was very bad,” Strager said. He said that perhaps the most stressful part of the whole expedition was the early period at the base camp, taking care of Marsic, I am not sure if he will recover in time to reach the peak. Fortunately, Marsic was able to fully recover before the two climbed. Chobutse, also known as Tsoboje or Chobuje, was first climbed through the Northeast ridge in 1972 by a German team consisting of Wolfgang Weinzierl, Peter Vogler and Gustav and Klaus Harder. Mingma Gialje Sherpa was acclaimed in 2015 for the solo performance of the western face of Chobutse, which ironically occurred on the same calendar date that Estrager and Marsic began their ascent (October 28). A Nepalese mountaineer at the time called Chobutse “the hardest mountain I have ever climbed” and named the route. Dorji Sherpa In honor of his late father, he was only the fourth ascent of the peak and “the first new technical route completed by a Nepali alone in the country.” American Alpine Magazine.
More than 10 years since I and [Marčič] “We did our first climb together,” Strager said of his partner. The great thing is that even after a long pause, we can go mountaineering and have a similar approach to tactics, equipment, and so on. No need for detailed consultation or adjustment.
Stražar and Marčič, like their comrades Prezelj and Volontar on the southern front, encountered very strong winds and running, especially in the mountain tops. But Strager was reluctant to comment on the situation. “In the upper limits, there is always something,” he really said. “It was not too bad, because we were able to climb it.”
The pair climbed both the central and eastern peaks to make sure they had a good climb, as they were not sure which one was higher.
“I was climbing the central peak, I looked at the eastern peak and I was immediately convinced that the peak was higher,” Strager said. So we left the center and went up east. Standing at the top of the eastern peak, we looked at the central peak and thought, “Damn, the central peak looks higher!” Despite the delay, “the central and eastern peaks were quite close, so it did not take long.” He mentioned.
The two rapped the first 3,000 feet west to land after their ascent. “The conditions for rapping on V strings were great, so it went very fast.” Said Strazhar. “After that, there were challenges in finding a way in the broken ground [2,600 feet] “More so, where the refrigerator has recently retreated.”
Straژar has been climbing a local mountaineering club in Ljubljana, his hometown and the Slovenian capital, for more than 15 years. After high school, mountaineering and mountaineering slowly but surely covered all aspects of my life. Today I am an IFMGA Mountain Guide, a sponsored climber and the wife of a girl who really loves to climb..
He has achieved several things in the past year that he is proud of, from sending a sports 8b (5.13d) to tackling. Divine providence (3000 feet, ED +, 7b + / 5.12c) In Mont Blanc, both free and in one day view. He also sent Olina Asmer (3280 ft, IX / 7c / 5.12d) On the legendary northern front of Triglav (9396 ft), the highest peak in Slovenia itself.
“But the biggest achievement is that I became a father on April 1,” he said.
Owen Clark Is a freelance writer who lives on the road. In addition to spending time in the mountains, he enjoys a motorcycle, a heavy visitآl, video games, and lemon cake.
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