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The great Japanese mountaineer Naoe Sakashita looks back on the first complete ascent of the north face of Jannu / Kumbhakarna to the summit of the 7710-meter Himalayan peak, and on his friendship with teammate Nobu-yuki Ogawa.
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Mountain Profile Essays | Jannu (Kumbhakarna)

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[This week, we're sharing four essays from our Mountain Profile of Jannu (Kumbhakarna). Stay tuned for essays by Naoe Sakashita, Sergey Kofanov and Dawa Sherpa. For all 30 pages of the profile, including the main article by Paul Hersey and Andy Lindblade, pick up a copy of Alpinist 57 in our online store or else subscribe. --Ed]

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