EXPEDITIONS 1976-1979

Mountain Expedition Leader Remarks
1976

GARHWAL
1 Kalindi
(6102 m - 20,020 ft)
The Mountaineers Bombay C. D. Danthi Climbed

3.6.76

1977
GARHWAL
1 a) Pt. 6166 m(20,230 ft) on Seta Glacier Indian Amulya Sen 1st ascent
b) Kalindi
2. Bamba Dhura

(6334 m - 20,780 ft)
Himalayan Association, Calcutta Manik Bannerjee 1st ascent

3.10.77

via south ridge
KULU - LAHUL - HIMACHAL
1. KarchaParbat(6270 m - 20,572 ft) Irish - 1st ascent

19.9.77
2. Mulkila(6517 m - 21,380 ft) Japanese Y. Watanabe Climbed 10.10.77
3. Gangstang(6162 m - 20,218 ft) Japanese S. Suzuki Climbed

26.9.77
4. a) Phawrarang

(6359 m-20,864 ft)
Indian Army Col.Balwant

Sandhu
1st ascent

15 & 17.6.77
b) Pt. 5355 m (17,570 ft) 1st ascent 19.6.77

LADAKH
1 Kun(7087 m - 23,250 ft) Swiss Hans Schell Climbed (skied from summit)
HINDU KUSH
1. Kohe Bandaka (6414 m) Spanish A. Martin Climbed
2. M7 (6224 m) (Mandaras Valley) Spanish E. Civis Climbed

via NW buttress
3. Noshaq (7492 m) Spanish E. Font Climbed
Note : The bulk of 1977 expeditions have been listed in H. J., Vol. XXXV, Ed.

1978 SIKKIM
1. Pandim(6691 m-21,953 ft) Durgapur

Mountaineering Association, West Bengal
P.Mukherjee Attempted

NEPAL (Pre-Monsoon)
1. Everest

(8848 m - 29,028 ft)
OEAV Austrian

Wolfgang Nairz

Climbed via South Col. 3,8 & 14.5.18. R. Messner and P. Hebler were first to climb without oxygen
2. a)Kangchenjunga

South Peak (8474 m - 27,803 ft)
Polish

Himalayan Expedition
Piotr Mlotecki 1st ascent 19.5.78

3.
b)Kangchenjunga Central Peak (8478 m- 28,817 ft)

Makalu(8481 m - 27,824 ft)

West German

Dr H. Warth
1st ascent

Climbed via French 1955 route
4. Yalungkang

(8420 m - 27,625 ft)
Spanish Joseph Piera Climbed 18.5.78

via SW face
5 Jannu(7710 m - 25,294 ft) American John Roskelley Attempted
6. Pumori(7145 m - 23,442 ft) Hiroshima Shudo University Expedition Teruhiko Nagato Climbed 8.5.78 SW ridge
7. Annapurna IV

(7525 m - 24,688 ft)
Korean Alpine Club Chun Byung Koo Climbed 23.4.78 via NW ridge
8. Annapurna South

(7219 m - 23,683 ft)
Sagamino Alpine Club, Japan Kuniaki Yamada Attempted
9. Dhaulagiri I (8167 m - 26,795 ft) Tokyo

Alpine Club
T. Amemiya Climbed 10 & 11.5.78 via S Pillar
10. Dhaulagiri II (7751 m - 25,429 ft) Nagoya Alpine Club, Japan Y. Ogawa Climbed 8.5.78 via E ridge
11. Churen Himal (7371 m - 24,184 ft) Japanese Dr Yasuo Abe Attempted
12. Manaslu

(8156 m - 26,760 ft)
American G. E. Porzak Attempted
13 Himalchuli

(7893 m - 25,895 ft)
Japanese Y. Ogata Climbed 6 & 7.5.78.
14 Jethibahurani (6940 m-22,770 ft) Shiushu University K. Yamado Climbed via E ridge 27.4.78
15. Annapurna I (8091 m-26,545 ft) Karntner Austrian Expedition Ernst Gritzner Attempted
16. Annapurna II (7937 m-26,041 ft) Austrian/ German Johann Scharnagle Attempted
17. Putha Hiunchuli (7246 m-23,774 ft) West German Dieter Steigleiter Attempted
18 Tukuche

(6920 m-22,703 ft)
Italian Franco Nembrini Attempted

NEPAL (Post-Monsoon)
19. Everest German/ French Dr K. Herrlig- koffer M. Pierre Mazaud Climbed 14, 15, 16 & 17.10.78
20. Makalu Polish J. Kurczab Attempted
21. Jannu British R. A. B. Car- rington Climbed 21.10.78
22. Nuptse (7879 m-25,850 ft) British Doug Scott Attempted
23. Ama Dab lam (6856 m-22,495 ft) French Jean

Clemenson
Attempted
24. Annapurna I American Women's Expedition Arlene Blum Climbed 15.10.78 via N face
25. Annapurna II British R. Isherwood Attempted
26. Annapurna III (7555 m-24,787 ft) American S. Van Meter Attempted
27. Manaslu Japanese S. Shimizu Attempted
28. Peak 29

(7514 m-24,652 ft)
Japanese F. Tanaka Attempted
29. Dhaulagiri I Japanese S. Tanaka Climbed via S face to SE ridge 19 & 20.10.78
30. Dhaulagiri I French Y.Pollet- Villard Attempted
31. Langtang Lirung (7239 m-23,750 ft) Nepales Japanese Akira Ban Climbed 24.10.78
32. Parbil (Ganesh IV) (7102 m-23,302 ft) Nepalese / Japanese S. Toyoda Y. Thapa Climbed

via S face and

SE ridge 22.10.78
33. Nilgiri South Peak

(6839 m-22,439 ft)
Shinshu

University,

Japan
K. Mitsui 1st ascent via E ridge 11.10.78
34. Dhaulagiri II Kyoto Alpine

League,

Japan
Y. Omishi Attempted
35. Tukuche Nagai Alpine Club, Japan T. Kurosawa Attempted
36. Putha Hiunchuli German Alpine Club Gunter Strum Climbed 8, 12 & 19.10.78
37. Annapurna South Peak Meiji

University

Expedition,

Japan
T. Kohno Climbed 16 & 17.10.78
38. Tilicho(7132 m-23,400 ft) French Roger Emin 1st ascent via E ridge 10.10.78
39. Pumori Swiss Romolo Nottaris Climbed

18, 19 & 22.10.78
40. Makalu II

(7640 m-25,066 ft)
French B. Ferrier Climbed

via Makalu Col

22.10.78
41. Api

(7132 m-23,399 ft)
Italian Renato Moro Climbed 16.10.78
42. Himalchuli British John Cleare Ian Howe! Attempted Climbed NE Peak
43. Kangdeshar(6190 m-20,308 ft) British L. Griffin R. Everett Climbed 1st ascent via N face

GARHWAL
1. Hardeol(7151 m-23,460 ft) Indo-Tibet Border Police S. P. Mulasi 1st ascent 31.5.78
2. Dunagiri (7066 m-23184 ft) Australian P. Cocker 4th ascent via SW ridge 30.5.78
3. Kalanka. (6931 m-22,740 ft) British B. D. Barton Climbed

via SE flank 11.10.78
4. a)Bhartekhunta (6578 m- 21,580 ft)

b) Kedar Dome (6831 m- 22,410 ft)
Indian Air Force Sq. Ldr.V. P. Singh 1st ascent 5.5.78

Climbed 7.5.78 and skied down to camp at 13,500 ft
5. a) Nanda Devi (7817 m- 25,645 ft)

b) Pt. 6895 m (22,623 ft)
Czecho- slovakian V. Starcala Attempted

Climbed 7.6.78
6. Nanda Devi East (7434 m-24,391 ft) Welsh D. Hopkins Attempted
7. Matri

(6721 m-22,050 ft)
I.I.S.C.O, Sports Association, Burhanpur J. Mitra Climbed, May
8. Saptasringi

(5054 m-16,584 ft)
Bombay Ladies L. Oza Expedition Climbed 26.6.78
9 Dunagiri American K. Ketron Climbed 18.10.78 both summiters killed during descent
10 Nanda Devi American M. Clarke Climbed 21.6.78
11. Nanda Devi East Japanese M. Nishimoto Attempted
12. Devistan I & II (6678 m-21,910 ft) American T. A. Mutch Climbed
13. Srikanta

(6133 m-20,120 ft)
Mountain Lovers Association, Asansol M. Sengupta 1st ascent
14. Chaturangi

(6393 m-20,975 ft)
Assam

Mountaineering Association
Bhagat Singh Climbed
15. Jogin III(6116 m-20,065 ft) Holiday Hikers Club, Bombay A. R. Chandekar Climbed
16. Bandarpunch (6315 m-20,720 ft) St Stephen's College, Delhi P. M. Das Climbed
17. Manda II

(6501 m-21,330 ft)
Mountain Lovers Association, Asansol Tushar Sarkar 1st ascent
18. Mandir Parbat (6559 m-21,520 ft) Indian Sisir Ghosh Attempted Climbed Pt. 19,960 ft
19. a) Mana (7272 m- 23,860 ft)

b) Kamet (7756 m- 25,447 ft)
Trekkers'

Guild, Calcutta
Amiyo Mukherjee Attempted

Attempted
20. Chotakhaga Jaladri (5974 m-19,600 ft) Indian G. R. Patbordhan Climbed
21. Avalanche Peak (6443 m-21,140 ft) Climbers

Group Calcutta
- Attempted
22. a)Kedarnath (6940 m- 22,270 ft)

b)Kedarnath Dome (6831 m- 22,410 ft)
Indo-Tibet Border Police Y. C. Khanna Climbed and skied down from both the peaks, June
23. Mrigthuni(6855 m-22,490 ft) Parvatarohi, Bombay R. Singh Climbed, October
24. Mrigthuni Italian G. Rinaldo Climbed, September
25. Trisul II

(6690 m-21,949 ft)
British Army

Royal

Engineers
Maj.M .W. H. Day Climbed. Completed Yugoslav route on W rib of Trisul I on 21.6.78. Did not proceed to summit for want of permit
26. a) Trisul II

b)Trisul I (7120 m- 23,360 ft)
Japanese S. Inoda 2nd ascent. Climbed from

Trisul Glacier, Climbed
27. Changabang (6864 m-22,520 ft) Anglo-Polish John Porter Climbed.

1st ascent via

S buttress route
28. Nanda Devi British Terry King Attempted
29. a)Lampak(6181 m-20,280 ft)

b) Pt. 6325 m (20,751 ft)
Indian Army Col. Prem Lal

Kikrety
Climbed 20.9.78

1st ascent 20.9.78
30. Koteshwar (c. 6035 m- c. 19,800 ft) Diganta A. K. Roy Choudhary Climbed 29.9.78
31. Bauljuri

(5922 m-19,430 ft)
Eastern Railway

Scouts,

Calcutta
P. C. Bhatta-

charjee
Climbed 28.6.78
32. Deoban

(6855 m-22,490 ft)
Indian Civil Services Vijay Devashar

Attempted
Attempted
33. Dunagiri Polish Z.Rubinowska Attempted
34. Shankalpa

(5928 m-19,450 ft)
Mountaineers Youth Ring, Calcutta M. K. Bandoyo- Climbed padhyaya

HIMACHAL PRADESH - KULU - LAHUL - CHAMBA - SPITI
1. Kinnaur Kailash (6474 m-21,240 ft) Parachute

Regiment
Capt K. V. Kumar 1st ascent 13.6.78
2. Menthosa (6444 m-21,140 ft) Kings' School,

Ely, U.K.
D. Challis Climbed. Five other peaks also climbed
3. C B 11 ' (6044 m-19,830 ft) Japanese M. Matu- sushima climbed
4. a) M6 (6182 m-20,283 ft)

b) Minar (6172 m- 20,250 ft)
British Sq. Ldr. E. J. M. Thomas Climbed6&7.7.78 Climbed 24.6.78
5 Ram Jak

(6318 m-20,730 ft)
Parachute Regiment Attempted
6 Ali Ratna Tibba (5490 m-18,013 ft) Explorers and

Adventurers,

Bombay
Ravi Kamath Climbed, June
7 Rubalkang

(6187 m-20,300 ft)
Add-venture Bengal A. Moitra Climbed, September
8 Papsura(6451 m-21,164 ft) Japanese M. Masuda Attempted
9 Mulkila 5

(6400 m-20,998 ft)
American C. F. Moore Attempted
10 Mon Peak (Dhaula Dhar) (4610 m-15,124 ft) The Mountaineers Bombay Harish Kapadia Attempted
11 K.R. 4(6340 m-20,802 ft) Swiss P. A. Jaunin Attempted
12 Dibibokri Pyramid (6408 m-21,025 ft) British Dick Hewitt 1st ascent September
13 Pt. 6294 m

(SW of Baihali

Jot) (20,650 ft)
Meiji University T. Sakamoto 1st ascent 27.9.78
14 a) Prow (5556 m~ 18,230 ft ) English N. Groves 1st ascent 9 & 10.5.78 1st ascent
b) Shudra Pahar (c. 5486 m- c. 18,000 ft)
c) Tara Pahar (5930 m- 19,456 ft) Climbed 14.5.78
d) Deception Peak (Bispeer Pahar) (6019 m- 19,750 ft) Climbed 22.5.78 E Ridge and also NW face
e) Angdu Ri (5944 m- 19,500) Climbed
f) Dharamsura (White Saib (6446 m- 21,148 ft) Climbed
g) Sentinel Peak (c. 5639 m- c. 18,500 ft) 1st ascent 3 & 6.6.78
h) Morning Peak (5364 m- 17,600 ft) Climbed 4.6.78
i) Robert's Peak (5865 m- 19,243 ft) Climbed 5.6.78
j) Devachen (6187 m- 20,300 ft) 2nd ascent via NW face
15 Dharamsura (White Sail) Ladies

Expedition,

Calcutta
Rama Sen Gupta Climbed 3.10.78
16 a) Lion (6126 m- 20,000 ft)

b) Pt, 6020 m (19,750 ft)
Jadavpur

University,

Bengal
A.B.Choudhary Climbed 5.10.78

Climbed 2.10.78
17 Menthosa New Delhi, Indian B. K. Gupta Attempted
18 Phabrang

(6172 m-22,250 ft)
Dongun Mountain Club, Japan N. Tsutsumi Attempted via N face
KASHMIR - KISHTWAR LADAKH
1. Kolahoi

(5425 m-17,799 ft)
Indian S. K. Mehta Attempted
2. Kolahoi Indian V. S. Mahajan Climbed, June
3. a) Nun (7135 m-23,410 ft) Indian Army and Border Security Force Lt. Col. P. P. S. Cheema Climbed 25.6.78
b) Kun Climbed 3.7.78 Repeated ski-descent of Saudan
4. Nun Japanese Masato Oki Climbed 22.8.78
5 Harmukh

(5142 m-16,872 ft)
Ladies Expedition, Bombay P. Irani Attempted
6 Brammah I (6416 m-21,050 ft) British A. Wheaton Climbed September
7 a) Kun Czeckoslo- vakian Jan Jursa Climbed

September

Climbed
b) White Needle (6556 m- 21,510 ft)
8 Arjuna

(6230 m-20,440 ft)
British Ron Rutland Attempted
Brahmasar

(5334 m-17,500 ft)
British C. Graham Climbed
a) Puita (6000 m- British 19,685 ft) British L. Griffin Attempted
b) Pt. 18,864 ft (5750 m) (S of Barnaj III) Climbed Also climbed three peaks in Chiring valley
11 Pt. 6120 m (20,079 ft) (in Mimoling Group, Ladakh) German H. Karasek Climbed.Also seven other peaks nearby

KARAKORAM
1 K2

(8610 m-28,250 ft
British Chris Bonington Attempted
2 Nanga Parbat (8125 m-26,660 ft) Austrian R. Messner Climbed solo via Diamir face, a new line
3 K2 American J. Whittaker Climbed 7 & 8.9.78
4 Baintha Brakk (Ogre)

(7385 m-23,900 ft)
Shiznoka Tohan Club, Japan Y. Katsumi Climbed
5 Latok II*

(7077 m-23,220 ft)
British Paul Nunn Attempted
6 Latok III

(6852 m-22,508 ft)
Japanese M. Hara Attempted
*Note : As per the revised heights-Ed.
7 Broad Peak (8047 m-26,400 ft) French Y. Seigneur Climbed 4.6.78
8 Batura II

(7730 m-25,316 ft)
Japanese M. Nishiguri 1st ascent via SW face 6.7.78
9 Haramosh

(7406 m-24,299 ft)
Japanese K. Shimakata 2nd ascent
10 Ghent (NE) (c. 7342 m- c. 24,089 ft) Japanese H. Kobayashi Climbed 1st ascent
11 Gasherbrum V (7321 m-24,020 ft) Japanese R. Babaguchi 1st ascent 1 & 2.8.78
12 Passu

(7257 m-23,810 ft)
Pakistani- Japanese Maj. M. Hussain Lt. I. Fukura Climbed
13 Ganchen

(6462 m-21,200 ft)
Japanese T. Shibazaki 1st ascent. Also Climbed Pt. 6447 m.
14 Latok I

(7143 m-23,436 ft)
American George Lowe Attempted
15 Gasherbrum II (8035 m-26,360 ft) Austrian- German Georg Brosig Climbed solo by Brosig
16 Gasherbrum IV (7925 m-26,000 ft) British Mo Anthoine Attempted
17 Trinity Peak (6616 m-21,707 ft) Japanese S. Takahashi Climbed SW Peak
18 Pt. 6447 m (WNW of K6) (21,152 ft) Japanese A. Ishimora 1st ascent 17.8.78
19 Choktoi I (6166 m-20,229 ft) British David Putts Attempted
20 Bakhor Das (c. 5791 m- c. 19,000 ft) British

Women's

Expedition
Jackie Anthoine Attempted
21 Spantik(7027 m-23,055 ft) Japanese Y. Murata Climbed 6 & 9.8.78
22 Spantik Japanese N. Nakumura Climbed 8.8.78
23 Chumik

(6754 m-22,180 ft)
Japanese A. Tokushima Attempted
24 Hachindar Chhish (7152 m-23,500 ft) Japanese H. Midorokawa Attempted
25 Nanga Parbat- N. Peak (6816 m-25,644 ft) Czecho slovakian M. Sajnoha 1st ascent
26 Nanga Parbat German Albert Krauss Attempted
27 Nanga Parbat Austrian Rudolf Wurzer Climbed 23 & 28.8.78
28 Batura (7785 m-25,540 ft) Italian A. Stefanelli Attempted

HINDU KUSH
1. Shakhaur (7116 m) Czechoslovakian S. Talla Climbed. Also 10 other ascents in the valley
2 Noshaq American S. Moomaw
3 a) Noshaq Konstanzer H K.Expedition H Wienzierle Climbed. 1st Ascent via N wall Climbed
b) Kharposhte- Yakhi (5697 m) Germany Climbed
c) Roch-e-Daroz (5695 m) Climbed
d)Asp-e-Safed (6450 m) Climbed
4 Thui II (6523 m) British N. P. Tritton 1st ascent 4.8.78
5 Istor-o-Nal

(7403 m)
Japanese K. Nishi Climbed
6 a) Tirich Mir East (7692 m) Polish- Yugoslav S. Rudzinski Climbed 10.8.78
b) Bindu Gul Zom (6340 m) Climbed 10.8.78
7 Tirich Mir East Polish Henryk Bednarek Attempted
8 a) Little Tirich Mir (6361 m) Alpine Club of Canada A. Richard C. Buston Attempted
b) Owir VII (c. 5639 m) Climbed 14.9.78
9 Noshaq Spanish C. Iribarren Climbed
10. a) Asp-e-Safed Spanish Climbed
b) Kharposht-e- Yakhi Climbed
1979 SIKKIM
1. Siniolchu (6887 m-22,597 ft) Sonam Gyatso Mountaineering Institute, Sikkim Sonam

Wangyal
Climbed 18, 20, 21 & 25.5.1979
2. Simvo

(6811 m-22,347 ft)
National Cadet

Corps, Indian
Maj. Pushkar

Chand
1st ascent of SE. Peak, 27.5.79
3. Sugar loaf

(6440 m-21,128 ft)
Himalayan Association, Calcutta Himanshu Ghosh Attempted
4. a) Pandim Diganta, S. N. Dhar Attempted
b) Gocha (6118 m-20,075 ft) Calcutta Attempted
NEPAL (Pre-Monsoon)
1 Everest Yugoslavian Tone Skarja Climbed 13 & 15-5-79
2 Lhotse(8511 m-27,293 ft) Austrian Erich Vanis Climbed 5 & 10.5.79
3 Ama Dablam American Roger Brown Tom Frost Climbed

22, 25 & 30.4.79
4 Thamserku

(6608 m-21,680 ft)
Japanese S. Kimura Climbed 22.4.79
5 Kangtega (6809 m-22,340 ft) Japanese K. Yuda Climbed 21.4.79
6 Kangchenjunga (8598 m-28,208 ft) British Doug Scott Climbed 16.5.79
7 Jannu Czechoslovakian Ivan Galfy Attempted
8 Numbur

(6954 m-22,815 ft)
Nepalese-Swiss Jacques and Pasang Lama Attempted
9 Gaurishankar (7150 m-23,460 ft) American- Nepalese Per Temba and A1 Read 1st ascent 8.5.79
10 Annapurna I French Jean Louis Georges Climbed 30.4.79
11 Annapurna I Japanese H. Yagi Climbed 8.5.1979
12 Fang (7650 m-25,089 ft) Austrian Josef Mayerl Attempted
13 Nilgiri Central (6940 m-22,770 ft) Alpine Club of Matsuyama, Japan Maskai Aoki Climbed 30.4.79 & 1.5.79
14 Tilicho Japan Tomari Expedition I. Saeki 2nd ascent 25 & 26.4.1979
15 Manaslu Italian Alpine Club L. Massarotto Attempted
16 Dhaulagiri I Spanish

Navarrean

Expedition
Gregario Ariz Climbed 12.5.79
17 Dhaulagiri I Swiss-French Sylvain Saudan Attempted
18 Annapurna South Polish J. Pietkiewiez Climbed

2.5.79 A new route on western face
19 Peak 29

(7514 m-24,653 ft)
Polish Ryszard Szafirski Climbed 18.5.1979
20 Nampa

(6755 m-22,162 ft)
American William Roos Attempted
Post-Monsoon
21 Everest Swabian Expedition West Germany Dr Gerard Schmatz Climbed 1 & 2-10.1979
22 Everest British Doug Scott Attempted
23 Lhotse Silesian Expedition Dr A. M. Bilczewski Climbed 4 & 9.10.79
24 Nuptse British Doug Scott Climbed 20.10.79
25 Ama Dablam Swiss Reymond Renaud Climbed 21,22,23.10.79
26 Ama Dablam New Zealand Expedition Peter Hillary Attempted
27 Ama Dablam Austrian Wolfgang Nairz Attempted
28 Kangtega British R A. B.

Carrington
Attempted
29 Makalu II German G. Lenser Climbed

9,12 & 15.10.79
30 Dhaulagiri I Polish Dr G. Malaczynski Attempted
31 Dhaulagiri II Dhaulagiri III (7715 m-25,312 ft) Dhaulagiri V (7618 m-24,992 ft) Japan Dhaulagiri Traverse Expedition Mrs Michiko Takahai Traverse of three peaks completed on 17 & 18.10.79
32 Putha Hiunchuli German S. Hupfeuer Pit Schubert Climbed 18, 19, 20.10.79 and 3 & 7.11.1979
33 Tukuche French Rene Collet Climbed W peak 22.10.79
34 Annapurna I American Bob Wilson Attempted
35 Annapurna II British Paul Moores Attempted
36 Annapurna III British Ron Rutland Climbed 6.11.79
37 Annapurna IV (7525 m-24,688 ft) Spanish Basque Expedition M. Zabaleta Attempted
38 Fang Italian A.Bergamaschi Attempted
39 Nilgiri North (7061 m-23,167 ft) Seppyo Alpine Club, Japan K. Ishikawa Attempted
40 Nilgiri Central Himeiji Gakaya Alpine Club, Japan T. Nishimura Attempted
41 Manaslu Argentine V. Guillerma Attempted
42 Manaslu North (7157 m-23,482 ft) Kekonose

Expedition

Czechoslovakia
U.Drupicka Climbed 16 & 18.10.79
43 Himalchuli American Skip Homer Attempted
44 Gaurishankar British Peter Boardman Climbed S. peak 9.11.79
45 Numbur Norwegian Arne Naiss Attempted
46 Kanjiroba (6882 m-22,580 ft) Fukuoka Alpine Club Japan A. Incuoga Climbed 4.11.79
47 Ganesh II

(7150 m-23,460 ft)
Japanese- Nepalese T.Ohmori Climbed

19,20, 21.10.79
48 Himalchuli Japanese

Ladies

Expedition
Attempted

GARHWAL
1. a) Chiring We (6559 m-21,520 ft) The Mountaineers Bombay Harish Kapadia 1st ascent

10.6.79
b) Bamba Dhura 2nd ascent

5.6.79
c)'Kalabaland Dhura'(6105 m-20,030 ft) 1st ascent

6.6.79
d) 'Shankalpa' (5928 m-19,450 ft) 3rd ascent 9.6.79
2 Bamchu

(6303 m-20,680 ft)
Giri Vihar, Bombay Mahesh Desai Attempted
3 Jogin III Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Vasant Limaye Attempted
4 Deoban St Stephen's College, New Delhi
Himalayan Journal 36
Editor: Harish Kapadia Published Year: 1980
Index
  1. EDITORIAL
  2. KANGCHENJUNGA
    (COL. N. KUMAR)
  3. KANGCHENJUNGA SOUTH AND CENTRAL
    (MAREK MALATYNSKI and PIOTR MLOTECKI)
  4. THE BRITISH KANGCHENJUNGA EXPEDITION 1979
    (DOUG SCOTT)
  5. JANNU -ALPINE STYLE
    (RAB CARRINGTON)
  6. INTERNATIONAL MAKALU EXPEDITION 1978
    (DR HERMANN WARTH)
  7. THE GERMAN-FRENCH MOUNT EVEREST EXPEDITION, 1978
    (DR K. M. HERRLIGKOFFER)
  8. ON SHERPA TRAIL
    (HARISH KAPADIA)
  9. HIMALCHULI '78
    (JOHN CLEARE)
  10. SOUTH PILLAR OF DHAULAGIRI I
    (TAKASHI AMEMIYA)
  11. NANDA NORTH FACE
    (TERRY KING)
  12. NANDA DEVI -VIA THE SOUTH RIDGE
    (MICHAEL CLARKE)
  13. TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS OF TRISUL
    (SADASHIGE INADA)
  14. BALLAD OF BETHARTOLI
    (JOHN NANSON)
  15. MOUNTAIN OF LONG LIFE
    (HARISH KAPADIA)
  16. PLEISTOCENE GLACIATION IN THE SHANKALPA DIVIDE
    (M. K. BANDYOPADHYAY)
  17. KEDARNATH MASSIF
    (SQN LDR V. P. SINGH)
  18. A HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE: JAONLI
    (LT COL. D. K. KHULLAR)
  19. BANDARPUNCH AND HANUMAN CLIMBED 1978
    (PARASH MONI DAS)
  20. PHAWARARANG -AN ASCENT IN KINNAUR
    (BALWANT SANDHU)
  21. MINAR AND M6
    (SQN LDR E. J. M. THOMAS)
  22. YOUTH COMES FIRST IN THE HIMALAYA
    (DAVID H. CHALLIS)
  23. BRAMMAH I
    (ANTHONY WHEATON)
  24. SIXTH ASCENT OF KUN (7087 m)
    (ROBERT SCHAUER)
  25. THE WORK OF ITALIANS IN THE SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATION OF THE KARAKORAM (CENTRAL ASIA)
    (ARDITO DESIO)
  26. K2 : THE AMERICAN ASCENT
    (JAMES WICKWIRE)
  27. NOSHAQ - A ROUTE OFF THE BEATEN TRACK
    (H. C. ENGELE)
  28. A TRIP FROM USHU TO CHITRAL
    (ARMIN BEER, ERWIN LANG and HELMUT HESSE)
  29. THREE PIONEERS: THE SCHLAGINT- WEIT BROTHERS
    (HELGA ALCOCK )
  30. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE EXPEDITION CLIMBING GAME
    (DAVID HOPKINS)
  31. MOUNTAINEERING -A VITAL SOURCE OF INSPIRATION AND GUIDANCE
    (REIN HARD SANDERS )
  32. SMALL EXPEDITIONS IN THE HIMALAYA
    (ROB COLLISTER)
  33. EXPEDITIONS AND NOTES
  34. THE EIGHT-THOUSANDERS
  35. EXPEDITIONS 1976-1979
  36. IN MEMORIUM
  37. BOOK REVIEWS
  38. CORRESPONDENCE
  39. CLUB PROCEEDINGS, 1978