A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft.

Tripoto
11th Oct 2016
Day 1

We Tried Climbing the Hanuman Tibba in December Last Year. It Failed due to Incredible Snow fall, the Moraine turning into Deep Crevasses, the glacier walk taking too long due to ultra soft snow and the temperature suddenly dipping down to -20 degree Celsius.

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Overlooking Hanuman Tibba

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

Hanuman Tibba is the highest peak of Manali Region rising upto 19000 ft.It is apparently surrounded by 11 other incredible peaks of Dhaulandar and Pirpanjal Mountain Ranges. Listing down the Peaks

1- 7 Sister Peaks - A massif of 7 sisters also known as Priyadarshini

2- Rocky Peak

3- Friendship Peak - 17000 Ft.

4- Ladakhi Peak

5- Manali Peak

6-Makharwe and Shikarwe peak

Hanuman Tibba is where Dhaulandar Mountain range turns into Pirpanjal.

At Hadimba ki Dank

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

'We could Only Reach the Hadimba ki Dank, the main glacier for Hanuman Tibba. We could see at a distance the Tentu Gallery used for approaching the back face of hanuman Tibba peak.

Walking on the Hanuman Tibba Glacier

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

7 sister peaks

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

Goodbye

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

Campsite at Dhundi

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

Dhundi Camp site

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

The Massive Dhaulandar and Pirpanjal at distance

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

Overlooking Pirpanjal

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki

Base Camp 1 

Photo of A Failed Attempt Of Climbing Hanuman Tibba 19000 Ft. by Ankit Karki
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