Colonel Ranveer Singh Jamwal becomes first Army officer to scale 6 peaks of 6000 metre in 10 days

In a first for the Indian Army, an officer made a landmark achievement after he scaled six mountain peaks of at least 6,000 metre (20,000 feet) in 10 days.

The feat was achieved by Colonel Ranveer Singh Jamwal who scaled mountain peaks– Copiapo of 6,050 metre, San Francisco of 6,016 metre, Incahuasi of 6,627 metre, Ermitanio 6,187 metre, Ojos del Salado of 6,893 metre, and Tres cruces south of 6,742 metre.

Ojos del salado is also the highest volcanic mountain in the world. Read More

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