After 75-yr gap Kashmir mountaineers summit Eastern Pinnacle Peak in Thajwas

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Cliffhangers India group on Eastern Pinnacle Peak Thajwas. Pic/KSW

Srinagar, July 14: It is after around 75-years of gap that any climbing group has scaled the 15610 Ft high altitude Eastern Pinnacle Peak in Thajwas , Sonamarg.

This feat was achieved by the group of four Mountaineers of Kashmir belonging to Cliffhangers India. The peak was last scaled in 1945 by John A Jackson.

The group was led by Mohammad Arif, Cliffhangers India Founder and included Nazir Raina, Nazir Junior and Junaid Ahmed.

View of Eastern Pinnacle Peak Thajwas. Pic/KSW

This is the first successful summit of the peak since 1945 and the Cliffhangers India are setting a string of Mountaineering summits and this was one of the peaks that the group intended to summit. Last year Cliffhangers organized a summit to Mount Valehead

Cliffhangers India group are looking to scale more peaks in the mountain range of Sonamarg and Kolahoi.