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Panchchuli Peaks
About Panchchuli Peaks

The Panchchuli peaks are a group of five snow-capped Himalayan peaks lying at the end of the eastern Kumaon region, near Munsiyari, in Pithoragarh district, Uttarakhand state, India. The peaks have altitudes ranging from 6,334 metres (20,781 ft) to 6,904 metres (22,651 ft). They form the watershed between the Darmaganga and the Gori valleys. Panchchuli is also located on the Gori Ganga-Lassar Yankti divide. The group lies about 138 km from Pithoragarh.

The five peaks on the Panchchuli massif are numbered from northwest to southeast. The highest peak is Panchchuli II, which was first scaled by an Indo-Tibetan Border Police expedition which was led by Mahendra Singh, on 26 May 1973. The group's name is derived the legendary Pandavas's "Five Chulis" , where they cooked their last meal before proceeding toward their wonderful abode.

 
Five peaks of Panchchuli

Panchchuli-1 (6,355 m)
The first climb of this peak was done by Indo-Tibet Border Police (ITBP) team in 1972, via Uttari Balati glacier, led by Hukam Singh. The coordinates of this peak are Latitude 3013'12" and Longitude 80 25'12".

Panchchuli-2 (6,904 m)
This is the highest peak in the group. It was first climbed successfully by an Indo-Tibetan Border Police team, led by Mahendra Singh, on 26 May 1973. They climbed from the Balati plateau and via the southwest ridge to the summit. The coordinates of the peak are Latitude 3012'51" and Longitude 8025'39".

Panchchuli-3 (6,312 m)
This peak is climbed successfully in 2001 through south eastern ridge. The coordinates of this peak are Latitude 3012'00" and Longitude 8026'24".

Panchchuli-4 (6,334 m)
The first ascent of this peak was made in 1995 by a New Zealand expedition which was led by John Nankervis. The expedition members who summited were; Peter Cammell (Auckland), Nick Shearer (Oamaru), John Cocks (Dunedin), and John Nankervis (Wellington). Peter Platts (Christchurch) assisted the expedition as far as camp 2. The coordinates of this peak are Latitude 3011'24" and Longitude 8027'00".

Panchchuli-5 (6,437 m)
The first ascent of this peak was made in 1992 by an Indo-British team jointly which was led by Chris Bonington and Harish Kapadia by the south ridge. The coordinates of this peak are Latitude 3010'48" and Longitude 8028'12".

 

 


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