South Face

Some articles on faces, face, south face, south:

Grossglockner - Geography - Topography
... It runs northeastwards and borders on the Northeast and North Faces of the Grossglockner ... The latter faces are bounded by the Northwest Ridge, part of the main Glockner crest, which runs over the Grögerschneid, 3,660 m (12,010 ft), and the ridge elevations of ... with its extension, the Luisengrat, it separates the West Face and the Teischnitzkees glacier at its foot from the South Face and its Ködnitzkees glacier ...
Jerzy Kukuczka - Eight-thousanders
1979 — Lhotse - West Face, Normal Route. 1980 — Mount Everest - South Pillar, New Route. 1983 — Gasherbrum II - South-East Spur, New Route, Alpine Style ...
Stairwell A - September 11, 2001 - Collapse of 7 World Trade Center
... hit 7 World Trade Center, causing damage to the south face of the building and starting fires that continued to burn throughout the afternoon ... damage occurred to the southwest corner between Floors 7 and 17 and on the south face between Floor 44 and the roof other possible structural damage includes a large vertical gash near the ...
South Face (Petit Grepon)
... The South Face of Petit Grepon is a popular technical climbing route on the Petit Grepon in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park ... The South Face is recognized in the historic climbing text Fifty Classic Climbs of North America and considered a classic around the world ...

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