A gigantic avalanche starts from the upper reaches of G II and III. The face is about two km wide, so you can imagine the size of this, almost flying avalanche. There were loads of people on the normal route on the ridge to the left in the photo. Some, who were quite low on the ridge got a real scare and the avalanche wind was really hard they said.
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