Rimo Peaks are one of the most thrilling peaks in the world, located in the inaccessible eastern Karakoram range. Rimo I is the highest of the Rimo summits, rising to 7385 metres in the Siachen Glacier area. The enormous Karakoram Range is teeming with unclimbed and nameless peaks that rise to dizzying heights. Even to reach the nearest base camp, the far mountains are desolate, rough, and lonely. The Rimo I was a formidable mountain until 1988, when an Indo-British team climbed to 6850 metres via the southwest ridge but failed to summit it. Many unsuccessful trips have piqued the world’s interest in gaining this possibility as an ideal challenge in recent years. The peak has been climbed numerous times in recent years and remains a formidable pinnacle in the remote Karakoram mountains.
Moon Peak is a challenging trek that takes 32 nights and 33 days to complete. The trail’s abrupt slope is made more difficult by the bouldery and petrified later section. Moon Peak becomes more prominent and appealing as time goes on. Be the first to reach the summit of the Dhauladhars’ most famous mountain. Moon Peak is a moderately difficult hike with a well-marked path. You will have the opportunity to take in the natural beauty of the area.
Because Rimo I is close to the Siachen Glacier, we enter the Nubra Valley and then trek to the Siachen Glacier’s snout. Climb through the Siachen Glacier and turn right into TerongTopko, a beautiful valley in the middle of nowhere. We’ll continue via Terong valley, passing over moraines on our way to the dust camp. Then it’s on to the base camp (4300 metres) at the confluence of the North Terong and ShelkarChorten Glaciers. By the time ABC (5000m.) is installed at the head of the North of Terong Glacier and enough ferries have been built, the project will be complete. Between ABC and Camp I is a treacherous region of crevasses that must be navigated with caution. The Camp I (5900m) is located just below the Ibex col, at the foot of the Rimo I peak. We’ll set up camp I and move the necessary equipment to the higher camps. After Camp I, the main climb begins, with most of the dangerous slants needing ropes. We’ll set up Camp II on the rock face just below the hanging glacier at 6700m, following the steep rock ice walls via Ibex Col. We will recover renewed zest and strength at Camp II in order to tackle the next-to-last wall of hanging glacier on the way to Camp III. To traverse this hard section at 6900m before the summit attempt, the rock ice wall requires sheer strength and skills, as well as thousands of metres of ropes. At a height of 7000m, Camp III, also known as the summit camp, is located above the hanging glacier on the sharp knife ridge on the southwest ridgeline. We’ll wait for favourable weather in top camp and reach the goal early in the morning. The summit path is difficult, but it is a relief to walk on the soft snow. It does, however, necessitate proper rope safety. At 7385 metres, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the Karakoram mountains. Spend some time at the top before returning to Camp I and ABC. Return to Siachen Snout and travel back to the last roadhead after finishing at Base.
Rimo I is a one-of-a-kind climbing adventure that showcases a variety of technical and mountaineering skills, as well as magnificent locations and steep approaches, all of which were faced during this trip. Following the North and South poles, the adventure provides participants the opportunity to see the magnificent Karakoram range and the massive Glaciers. As a result, mountaineers from all over the world have flocked to the summit, and the attraction continues to increase.
Day 1: ARRIVAL DELHI:
Day to visit Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) for briefing and to full fill all formalities. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 2: Delhi – Leh.
Day 3: Rest Day.
Day 4: Day for full fill all formalities with Local Administration & Forest Department. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 5: Leh -Panamik 10,000 ft. (150 kms/6 – 8 hrs)
Day 6: to Day 31 Climbing to base camp – summit attampt and back to Panamik.
Day 32: Panamik – Leh
Day 33: Leh – Delhi.
Day 34: Depart: Morning visit IMF to full fill all formalities and de – briefing .Later in the afternoon group breakup.
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