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Chance of a Lifetime Conditions in the Alps

Beyond Good and Evil is in great condition now! This is a rare occurrence and it has not formed this well for at least 5 years.  Spectacular photos in the Rock & Ice article. I wonder what else is in, and how long these conditions will last.

British alpinists Matt Helliker and Andy Perkins have made the autumn season’s first ascent of Beyond Good and Evil on the North Face of the Pélerins above Chamonix, France. They found excellent conditions on a route which probably hasn’t formed properly for at least five years. “Conditions are good and very rare, chance-of-a-lifetime routes are in,” said Helliker.

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