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Mountain Climbing

Mountain ClimbingTo conquer the high peaks of the Indian Himalayas is a dream of every mountain climbing enthusiast. The picturesque sight of snow-covered mountains, the soothing breeze and freezing cold weather of Indian Himalayan spellbind visitors. Mountain Climbing is the most challenging adventure sport, some call it a vertical charm while some refers it as an way to make an adventurous trial. In recent years mountain climbing has become the fastest-growing adventure sports in India. Mountain Climbing is a thrilling sport that can be undertaken by acquiring the basic skills. Explore the winding paths and pass through the wide-open spaces of the Himalayan peaks. Also see the splendid flora and fauna in its natural environment. The best season for taking up the sport of mountain climbing in India is during the months of May to October. The Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) helps in organizing and sponsoring mountain expedition. It also organizes climbing for foreign tourists and deputes a liaison officer to accompany foreigners. IMF needs at least a six month's notice before setting out on an expedition.

Important Gears for Mountain Climbing
All the technical equipments are arranged by the Institute, don't forget to check your equipment while taking it from the Institute and before using it. Important gears for mountain climbing are - a pair of cheap canvas shoes, a backpack, coat, enough water and food to last you the entire trip, flashlight, first aid kit, sunglasses, a map, an ice Axe, warm clothing and a rope.

Mountain Climbing Permit Requirement
The grant of the permit from Government of India and issue of 'X' Mountaineering Visa by Indian Embassy abroad is a prerequisite of mountain climbing.

Mountain Climbing in Himachal
Himachal also known as the 'Land of Snow' is situated in the foothills of Himalayas. The silver valley of Himachal offers some of most challenging mountain climbing opportunities in the world. Himachal mountains attract mountain climbers from all parts of the world. The peaks around Manali are perfect for amateur climbers and offer easy snowplow peaks or even rocky peaks. There are several peaks across the Rohtang pass rising up to an altitude of 6500 m and offer the climbers some of the most challenging peaks. Other popular mountain climbing regions are Chandra Bahaga ranges, the Pir Panjal and Dauladhar ranges. Himachal also has several other areas where Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports, Manali and its branch at Dharamsala (Kangra) offer the excellent opportunities for mountain climbing.

Mountain Climbing in Jammu & Kashmir
BackwaterMountain Climbing in Jammu & Kashmir is one of the popular adventure sports. The state boasts of some of the best peaks of Himalayan and Alpine mountain ranges. Most popular peaks of Jammu & Kashmir are Kolahai (5,425 m), Harmukh (5,148 m), Tattakuti (4,742 m) and Sunset (4,745 m). Peaks like Kolhai and Harmukh offers an excellent opportunity for a rapid alpine rising. Kishtwar presents small but challenging Himalayan peaks, the popular peaks in the Kishtwar region are - Sickle Moon (6,575 m), Eiger (6,001 m), Brammah-I (6,416 m), Brammah's Wife (5,297 m), Crooked Finger (5,630 m), Flat Top (6,100 m), Barnaj-I (6,100 m), Barnaj-II (6,290 m), Arjuna (6,200 m) etc.

Zanskar, Nun and Kun ranges attracted the climbers with their breathtaking height of over 7,000m. The Zanskar range surrounds the famous ranges of Nun and Kun. Kun is situated at an altitude of 7,077 m above sea level and Nun is situated at an altitude of 7,135 m above sea level. Other notable peaks in the range are White Needle (6,500 m), Pinnacle (6,930 m), Z-1 (6,400 m), Z-2 (6,175 m), D-41 (5,813 m), N-8 (6,392 m) and Bien Guapa (6,006 m)
The region of Ladakh have challenged mountaineers and made itself one of the favourite locations for climbers. The Ladakh range consists of the peaks - Stok Kangri (6,135 m), Parcha Kangri (6,065 m) and Gulap Kangri (5,900 m). Some peaks of Nimaling area are very popular such as the Kang Yissay at an altitude of 6,400 m above sea level.

Mountain Climbing in india

Day 01:
Takeover from Delhi airport and travel to Chandigarh Situated in foothills of SHIVALIK HILL RANGE,this is modern city of North India.

Day 02:
Travel start early in morning and we reach Solang Nala ( Manali ) This is 6 to 7 hrs. of journey going through VALLEY OF GODS ( KULLU & MANALI)

Day 03:
Rest Day

Day 04:
Trek to Dhundi ( 6 km. walk ) This is shepherd field. Green in laps of high mountains.

Day 05: Trek to Bakkar Thach:
( Shepherd encampment ) Walking for 5 hrs. Going through lush green meadows and ridges.

Day 06:
Beas Kund

Day 07:
Rest Day

Day 08:
Crossing Shitidhar col and establishing ABC

Day 09:

Day 10 & 11:
Summit Attempt

Day 11:
Back to Beas Kund

Day 12:
Back to Dhundi

Day 13:
Back to Solang Nala/Manali

Day 14:
Back to Chandigarh and on Day 15 you reach Delhi.


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