BERLIN — Two Czech climbers have been rescued Tuesday from Austria’s highest mountain after holding out in a shelter for 2 nights as excessive winds prevented helicopters from attending to them.
The 2 males, ages 25 and 39, knowledgeable authorities on Sunday night that they’d been injured by a rockfall on the north face of the Grossglockner. They have been in a position to attain the Glockner-Biwak, a small shelter at 3,205 meters (10,515 ft) above sea degree.
Authorities could not attain them on Sunday evening due to excessive winds and have been thwarted once more on Monday by robust gusts.
Police in Carinthia province mentioned a helicopter utilizing a winch lastly picked them up on Tuesday morning and so they have been taken to a hospital in Lienz. There was no instant phrase on how significantly they have been injured.