(Last Updated on : 17/11/2015)
Burphu Dhura is a mountain peak in the Himalayas
. The Burphu Dhura formation is a part of the separation between Kalabaland and Goriganga valleys. It was first scaled in the year 2000 by Loveraj Dharmashaktu, Balwant Singh Kapkoti and Ramesh by an Indian team led by Wing Cdr S. S. Puri.
Location of Burphu Dhura Peak
This peak is located in the Pithoragarh district
of Uttarakhand state of India
. It is situated at an altitude of 6,334 metres above mean sea level. The peak is positioned at the edge of the Kalabaland Glacier which is in the eastern part of the district in the left side of the Milam Glacier.
Attractions of Burphu Dhura Peak
Burphu Dhura is surrounded by amazing natural beauty which offers peace. This peak is a popular preferred location for climbing, hiking and mountaineering
due to the adventure it provides. One can also have a stunning view of Kalabalnd Dhura which is situated in the west of the Burphu Dhura on the same geological formation. This peak is positioned at an elevation of 6,105 metres above mean sea level. Burphu Dhura can be approached from two sides: one from the Kalabaland glacier above the icefall and another from Burphu village
in the Milam valley.
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