Three Russian climbers who climbed Mount Annapurna in Nepal, with whom they lost contact the day before, were found. This was reported on April 19 by the Nepalese newspaper The Himalayan Times.
The climbers Sergei Kondrashkin, Dmitry Sinev and Alexander Lutkhokin were taken to the base camp, they feel fine, but they got a little hypothermia, the publication specifies.
According to the newspaper, three Russians Sergey Kondrashkin, Alexander Lutkhokin and Dmitry Sinev climbed the mountain, communication with them was lost.
Rescuers went in search of climbers.
Subsequently, it turned out that Kondrashkin and Sinev were able to climb to the top, the third climber refused to climb.
The climbers were sent to the Kathmandu hospital.
In March, rescuers found climbers from Moscow lost on the slope of Elbrus. Rescuers provided them with the necessary assistance and escorted them to safety.