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#1 Sep 28th, 2009, 17:07
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Hello, i am going to cycle a bit in uttaranchal in Oktober.Also i would like to walk the first time in my life a bit higher then 5ooo meter in altidude.So i find the mountain Pangerchuli near Auli.My question is,are ther similair high mountains that i can walk up without climbing gear.I am not a climber,but i make a lot of trekking in Austria,also i was up to 4800 meters and felt still strong up there.And do you think its to late in season to walk up the Pangerchuli.And what permits i would need to walk up there.For acclimation i want to walk up Hem Kund.
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#2 Sep 28th, 2009, 21:43
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Auli is a beautiful place. I have trekked around it, a trek called Kuari pass trek but no idea if there are peaks above 5000 meters.

But Joshimath is full of trekking agencies nad since you are going anyway you could try asking them.

But then I am sure someone with more information would come along soon.

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Looking for more information on the same subject.
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In Lahaul Spiti, Ladakh area: Yunam, Kanamo, Stok Kangri, a couple other kangris and several other named and un-named trekkable peaks in Lahaul Spiti.

Near Manali: Friendship, Ladakhi & Shitidhar.

In Uttarakhand: Rudugaira.

I'm sure there are many more that I'm forgetting or not aware of.
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Originally Posted by the_blue_bharal View Post In Lahaul Spiti, Ladakh area: Yunam, Kanamo, Stok Kangri, a couple other kangris and several other named and un-named trekkable peaks in Lahaul Spiti.

Near Manali: Friendship, Ladakhi & Shitidhar.

In Uttarakhand: Rudugaira.

I'm sure there are many more that I'm forgetting or not aware of.
Nice mountains. Have climbed five from the list.
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can someone post a list of all 5000+ mtrs trekking routes in India??
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Depends on how much money you got
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Originally Posted by ANIRUDDHAsen View Post can someone post a list of all 5000+ mtrs trekking routes in India??
See if this partial list helps.
climbing.himadventures.net/expeditions_mountain/peaks_5000.htm
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