K2 climbers try to master the art of cooking the perfect 'chapati'

Mike Horn and his group of explorers take a break from tackling the K2 to take part in a 'chapati' competition


Sunehra Mehmood July 07, 2015
PHOTO: FACEBOOK

South African-born Swiss explorer and adventurer, Mike Horn, is currently in Pakistan in a bid to conquer the second highest mountain in the world, K2.

The climb is likely to be one of the more challenging tasks the mountaineer will endure in his life, but it is a unique competition that seems to be getting the better of Horn. During the expedition, Horn and his group of explorers take a break from a hard day of tackling the K2, "the mountain of our dreams", and take part in a hilarious 'chapati' competition.

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They are first taught to knead flour by their cook, Khalil, and later to make perfectly round chapatis. Mike posted a video on his Facebook account on Monday about them having fun making chapatis.



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Horn has been documenting his adventure on his Facebook and Twitter accounts. We suggest you follow him if you want to make the perfect chapatis at high altitudes.







https://twitter.com/ExploreMikeHorn/status/614100571998425089

COMMENTS (2)

sattar rind | 5 years ago | Reply it is fascinating
Saira Khan | 5 years ago | Reply In this heat, I wish I was at K2 as well!
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