Alpinist 43

76 Castles of Ice and Air

Posted on: July 10, 2013

As Jerome Sullivan dreamed of climbing the southeast pillar of Cerro Murallon, an isolated peak in the midst of Patagonia's Continental Ice Cap, he knew that he'd need partners who could get along in tight situations and who might even be willing to share a toothbrush. So he invited his Chamonix roommates.

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