Baljuri (5922m) Not much technical peak
but still upper portion requires fixed rope
and walking with crampons. Weather plays
most important role in this climb as this
region is prone to get long stretches of
bad weather. This is good climb which is
having mixture of a good himalayan trekking
in Uttarkhand/ Uttarakhand himalayas.
(5289m) -Not a walkable peak and
requires knowledge of technical climbing
. Provides great views of Pir-Panjal &
Dhauladhar range of Himachal Pradesh
Ladakhi (5345m) Not a walkable
peak and couple of sections requires experience
of technical climbing gear. This climb also
provides details of Mount Shiker-Beh and
Makar-Beh. Fascinating views of Pir Panjal
and Dhauadhar range in Himachal Pradesh
(6153m) - A walkable peak where
no climbing gear is required after July.
Not everyone is successful here as acclimatization
plays important role in Ladakh Himalayas.
Tibba (5932m ) A expedition style peak
which requires good understanding of climbing
and living in high altitude. Besides a long
trekking to Beas Kund and then crossing
over steep TENTU PASS to establishing ABC-
this is not a walkable peak and requires
experience of using technical climbing gear.
- Making one BC and attempting summits.
These peaks are best climbing opportunity
for beginners . Provides scenic views of
Pir Panjal range and Kully Valley in Himachal
- Not a walkable peak but requires
use of technical climbing gear in upper
sections. Can be tried by first timers.
Mount Bhanoti also provides a scenic trekking
route to VALLEY & SUDERDUNHA GLACIER
and peaks in Uttaranchal / uttarakhand himalayas.
A walkable peak which provides basic
feeling of climbing in himalayas. Trekking
to plateau of Beas Kund and then making
attempt to this peak is fascinating experience
of climbing in Himachal Pradesh.