FOLLOW SIMONE MORO AND TAMARA LUNGER AS THEY ATTEMPT THE HIGHEST TRAVERSE ON EARTH
They will attempt the highest traverse on the planet without oxygen or high altitude Sherpas. The project is to complete a traverse where the two alpinists will be forced to climb above 8300m most of the time, with very low oxygen levels. They will set off from Kangachen plateau and climb on the ridge of four of the highest Nepalese peaks to reach Kangchenjunga South (8476m). Studying the best route will spell the difference between success or failure.