Col Ranbeer scales Mt Gorichen

Col. Ranbeer Singh Jamwal, an ace mountaineer of J&K added another feather to his cap by scaling Mt Gorichen (6488m), the highest climbable peak of Arunachal Pradesh. It was Col Jamwal’s 31st mountaineering expedition.

Colonel Ranbeer has the unique distinction of summiting Everest, highest peak of the world, three times in 2012, 2013 and 2016 and the highest peaks of all the seven continents of the world besides scaling of six 6000mtr peaks in Chile in just 10 days.

The 16 days expedition was organized by National Institute of Mountaineering and Adventure Sports, Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh wherein seven mountaineers scaled the peak.
Hailing from Barorhi, a village in district Samba, Col Jamwal is a highly decorated mountaineer of India.

He is a recipient of the top award of the country in mountaineering, the prestigious Tenzing Norgay Adventure Award (equivalent to Arjuna Award) and was declared the best mountaineer of India in 2017 with the conferment of IMF Gold medal.

Members of the Mountaineering Association of J&K led by its president Zorawar Singh Jamwal and general secretary Shawetica Khajuria congratulated Col. Jamwal for the grand success of the prestigious winter expedition to a formidable peak.