The Lang Tang valley is a large glacial valley just north of Kathmandu. The valley runs roughly east-west and is flanked by the massive south wall of Lang Tang I and other peaks of the area. During the winter the Valley forms many ice falls of various habit up and down the valley. During the winter of 2004 myself and a group of British and Australian climbers made several first ascents of ice falls in the valley.
Truck or Bus to the head of the Valley, walk from there.
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Hairway to Steven WI4- Ice, Alpine, 3 pitches, 250 feet, Grade III
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Hairway to Steven WI4- International : Asia : ... : Lang Tang Valley Ice
Ascend a long ice ramp to a large alcove below a big ice fall in a corner. Climb the falls directly to a belay above a steep WI4 step. Descend the route via abalakovs and vegetation....[more] Browse More Classics in International