Gigantic crevasses and seracs in the icefall en route to Gasherbrum III. It is not as unstable as for example Khumbu icefall, so the dangers of collapsing seracs are minimal. Extreme caution has to be taken with the enormous crevasses, which sometimes opens without much warning.
Photo from one hour before Camp 1. Altitude 5700m.
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