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The Golden Pillar of the Spantik owes its name to the orange-pink marble which captures the light of the setting sun. It has often been compared to large alpine routes such as the Walker Spur, but the Walker starts at 3000 meters and climbs to 4000, while the pillar of the Spantik starts at 5000 and goes up to 7000. The Golden Pillar was first climbed by Britons Mick Fowler and Victor Saunders in 1987 and it was one of the most remarkable pure Alpine style climbs of the time, if not the most rem...

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