Restored GoPro footage reveals some of the last moments of the eight climbers who died in the Indian Himalayas region, where seven of the eight bodies were found in June.
The salvaged footage was taken at the summit of an unnamed summit near Nanda Devi, India's second highest mountain. Deceased climbers missing on May 26 climb the mountain under seemingly treacherous conditions. The video shows strong winds but no voices.
Under the guidance of British climber Martin Moran, the hikers, a team of two Americans, four British, one Australian and one Indian, tried to plan a new route up the mountain, the Associated Press said.
The Indian-Tibetan Border Police believe that the mountaineers accidentally triggered an avalanche that led to their deaths. Her 1
India bans promotion to Nanda Devi, but allows expeditions to Nanda Devi East, where the wanderers were missing. The mountain is known for its dangerous conditions and is considered one of the most difficult to climb mountains in the world.