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Ratnesh puts ALMA flag at Iran's highest Mt. Damavand

In an international expedition and youth camp organized by UIAA & I. R. Iran Mountaineering Federation. Ratnesh Pandey (Everest Summiteers) successfully climbed Iran's highest mountain- Damavand and third highest mountain- Sabalan. It is said be a hardcore technical ice climbing. Ratnesh Pandey (Everest Summiteers) of Alma Family put ALMA flag at the highest point of Iran. It was great experience and learning at Iran.

 

NEW DELHI: In an international expedition and youth camp organized by UIAA & I. R. Iran Mountaineering Federation. Ratnesh Pandey (Everest Summiteers) successfully climbed Iran's highest mountain- Damavand and third highest mountain- Sabalan. It is said be a hardcore technical ice climbing. Ratnesh Pandey (Everest Summiteers) of Alma Family put ALMA flag at the highest point of Iran. It was great experience and learning at Iran. He briefed that Mount Damāvand is the 12th most prominent peak in the world, and the 2nd most prominent in Asia after Mount Everest. It is the highest volcanic mountain in Asia, and part of the Volcanic Seven Summits mountaineering challenge.

On this occasion, he was congratulated by Shri Kalraj Mishra (Union Minister MSME, Govt of India), Pt. Vishnu Prasad Shukla (Senior BJP Leader), Pt. Ram Narayan Tiwari (Senior Congress Leader), Smt. Mala Tiwari (President, Atal Foundation), Dr. Diwaker Sukul (President, WBR-UK), Shri Anil Audit (Mauritius), Col. Ravi Batra (Indian Army), Prof. (Dr.) Rajeev Sharma (Prominent Educationist), Shri Rahul Richariya (State Secretary, UPCC), Dr. Ramesh Mangal (Prominent Educationist), Dr. Akhil Shukla (BJP, Rajasthan), Shri Anand Vardhan Shukla (DIG, Rajasthan), Shri Sagar Katwal (Nepal), Shri P.K. Shukla (President, High Court Bar Council) and Shri Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court Advocate.

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