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Asia, India–Kashmir and Ladakh, Peaks Climbed by the India-Tibet Border Police

Peaks Climbed by the India-Tibet Border Police. This is a further continuation of the list given under Garhwal and Himachal Pradesh. The only one noted as a first ascent is Saser Kangri, about which an article appeared in A.A.J., 1975 on pages 65-67. The list follows: Kanglacha (20,723 feet, 6316 meters) July 7, 1972; P 20,310 (6190 meters) in Pangong range September 20, 1972; K11 (21,136 feet, 6442 meters) October 22, 1973; Saser Kangri (25,170 feet, 7672 meters) June 6 and 7, 1973; P 21,150 (6446 meters) in Sangla valley September 19, 1974; P 22,060 (6724 meters) in Pangong range August 21, 1974; P 20,500 (6248 meters) in Sangla valley September 17, 1977; and P 21,608 (6586 meters) in Pangong range August 14, 1977.