Peaks above Dorah and Ramgul Passes, 1965. An expedition composed of Heinrich Dauer, Dieter Fischer and Andreas Geis climbed first in the region north of the Dorah Pass in the upper Chapdarra valley. There they climbed Bini Zard (16,601 feet), Bam-e-Barf (18,964 feet), Koh-e- Khaima (18,373 feet), Tes Zanu (17,290 feet), Beland Hessar (18,078 feet), Takt-e-Sanglich (19,095 feet), Nok-e-Sozan (18,504 feet), Sia Sang (17,323 feet), Sar-e-Minar (17,618 feet), and Posht-e-Khashgau (17,586 feet). They then climbed the following peaks near the Ramgul Pass: Qolla-e-Narboz (c. 17,126 feet), Koh-e-Davom (18,570 feet), Shakh-e-Ahu (16,929 feet), Nok-e-Chamboz (16,995 feet), Koh-e- Mansara (17,782 feet), Koh-e-Ranj (18,393 feet), Zin-e-Mohiger (16,733 feet), and Koh-e-Awu (16,851 feet).
Adolf Diemberger, Österreichischer Alpenklub