Mt. Hanuman Tibba Expeditions - 2013 & 2015

About Expedition
  • Mt. Hanuman Tibba, also known as Solang Weisshorn is located at the Beas Kund glacier in the Dhauladhar  in the North of Manali above the Solang valley.
  • It is the highest mountain in the Dhauladhar range.
  • Hanuman tibba reaches a height of 5982 m.
  • It is a well known local peak, partly due to it resembling a steep pyramid, with its noted feature of steep vertical rise from its base camp site.
  • It was first scaled in 1912 by Gen C .G Bruce’s chief swiss guide – Henrich Fuhrer and a gurkha soldier Lal Bahadur.

Leader – Girish Chaudhary, Vishal Kaduskar

Team Members – Dr. Sumit Mandale, Kiran Salastekar, Bhushan Shet, Akshay Patke, Dr.Rahul Warange and Mayur Mankame

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Altitude Reached

5982 m

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We express our sincere thanks to all our supporters and well-wishers who contributed in the success of this expedition.

Our special thanks to our local guides Mr. Balkrushna Thakur and Mr. Devraj Thakur and Mr. Khemraj Thakur of Mountain Expeditions

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