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Indian Army mountaineers break records by climbing two Himalayan peaks

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Indian Army climbers have climbed all the peaks of the Himalayas in India and Nepal in the past. Given that most of India’s land borders lie in the Himalayas, this experience helps formulate military strategy.

Two Indian Army mountaineering teams have successfully summited Mount Kamet (7,756 meters) near three locations in Nepal, India and Tibet, and Mount Abi Gamin (7,755 meters) in Uttarakhand. Same day & in record time.

“In a rare mountaineering feat, two teams of Indian Army mountaineers successfully summited the difficult Mount Kamet (7756m) and Mount Abigamin (7355m) on the same day,” the Indian Army tweeted. said in a statement.

Mount Kamet is the third tallest mountain in India after Kanchanjunga (8,586 m) and Nanda Devi (7,816 m) and is the highest climbable peak.

The Indian Army said the successful climb shows that the team can “reach any height, in any conditions, on any terrain” if the opportunity arises.



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