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TOPIC: British climbers make first ascent of 6,185m peak Telthop in Ladakh

British climbers make first ascent of 6,185m peak Telthop in Ladakh 5 years, 7 months ago #1108

British mountaineers Matt Barnsley, Roland Chuter, Chris Horobin and Bob Shiels made the first ascent of the 6,185m Indian summit of Telthop, one of the highest in a group of peaks almost due north of Leh.

Together with Chuck Boyd (USA), Dawa Narbu Sherpa, Tashi Phunchok Zangola, and Liaison Officer Virender Singh (all Indian), and Phujung Bhote (Nepal) the group reached the top via the névé-covered northwest face and southwest ridge.

Read more at- www.thebmc.co.uk/british-climbers-make-f...6000m-peak-in-ladakh
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