Kamet

Franco-Indian Expedition in the Garhwal Himalayas. In 1985, a joint Indo-French Army expedition, led by Balwant Sandu and deputy leader Jean-Claude Marmier (from the Groupe Militaire de Haute Montagne - GMHM), fixed 4,000 meters of rope up the left side of the southwest face and then the west ridge of Kamet (7,756 meters), overcoming difficulties of UIAA VI and icy couloirs of 75° before a total of 13 climbers reached the summit.

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