Danga 6238 meter
Only four days after the succesful ascent of the virgin mountain Pandra, the tree climbers Allan Christensen, Jan Mathorne, and Bo Belvedere Christensen did it again; climbed a previously unascended mountain.
This time the goal was the 6238 meter high Danga southwest of Pandra in the Northeastern Nepal close to the border to Tibet and Sikkim.
They left the bivuak at app. 5200 meter at around tree o’clock in the morning together with Henrik Jessen Hansen, who unfortunately had to turn back due to illness. After around 5450 meter some steep ice climbing lead onto a small glacier that again led to a snow ramp. A gully took the climbers to a slanting snow ledge and yet another small glacier. After this some steep climbing on loose rock and a steep ice wall lead to the summit ridge and finally the summit itself.
The tree summit climbers followed a partly different more northerly route down through deeper snow but less step. Same night after a continuous 20 hour climb they were all back in basecamp.