Camp 3, Is placed right out of the Lhotse wall at an altitude of 7,162m. The view was grand and we were now well on our way to the summit. There were howling winds and catapulting rocks as we trekked our way to the wall. It was a dangerously tough climb that could consume anywhere up to 10 hours.
Camp 4, Slow march through silent valley , pose a plateau reflecting a moonscape. Standing at the hook of heavens and sky owns a quaint. For a fact, this is the closest you can get to space on earth. Tibetan plateau, vast brown plains, white glaciers, it's all just the magic and unreal. Over the gear in daylight, Ready axe, endow the hotronics. The cold, scary darkness is inviting, wind rustle the tent canvas. Likely not to sleep a wink. Leisure at starting out the climb, feels better. Fear is always beasty in the reality.