A mountaineering expert has warned that the conditions on Pakistan’s ‘Killer Mountain’ are ‘very difficult to survive’ as the search for the missing British climber and his Italian counterpart enters its second week. Tom Ballard, 30, whose mother Alison Hargreaves died on K2 in 1995, has not made contact since last Sunday when he was 20,000ft up Nanga Parbat, the world’s ninth highest mountain, with 42-year-old Italian Daniele Nardi. Karrar Haidri, secretary of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, explained: ‘It’s very difficult to survive in that condition and it’s a big challenge for a mountaineer to climb in winter.’ Scroll down for video Tom Ballard, 30, whose mother Alison Hargreaves died on K2 in 1995, has not made contact since last Sunday when he was 20,000ft up Nanga Parbat Tom (pictured left) was climbing with 42-year-old Italian Daniele Nardi (right) who is also missing A map of the Nanga Parbat mountains in Pakistan (pictured above) which shows where Tom went missing and where his mother went missing in 1995 He added: ‘Unfortunately, no sign of climbers or a camp site was found during the aerial reconnaissance.’ As the search continues into its second week, military helicopters found no trace of the two climbers after… Read full this story
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