Alpine Style Mountaineering Expedition to Mt. PanwaliDwar  (6663mts)<br />
Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />...
Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />...
Objective<br />     Our objective for the expedition to promote the alpine style of mountain adventure activities, it refe...
Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />...
Rakesh Pant (Leader)<br />He is adventurous young professional. He brings with him vast experience in the field of mountai...
Sandeep Rawat<br />He started his career in adventure as a trainer after completing his mountaineering course. Sandeep has...
Jai Govind Meena<br />A passionate for adventure whose interest didn’t stop him from earning a Grade ‘A’ certificate from ...
Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />...
AboutPanwali Dwar<br />Elevation             6663mtr. (21860Ft.)<br />Range                   Himalayas<br />Sub range    ...
Panwali Dwar and Nanda Devi from Kausani<br />
Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />...
Panwali Dwar: Climbing History<br />
Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />...
ClimbingRoute <br />
Summit attempt<br />We will summit Baljuri for acclimatization and return to camp I <br />Camp II to Summit: It consists o...
Altitude<br />
Itinerary<br />Day 01-05/08/2011- Delhi to Almora<br />Day02- 06/08/2011- Almora<br />Day03- 07/08/2011- Almora to Loharkh...
Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />...
What’s in it for you<br /><ul><li>Flag off Ceremony
Planning the flag off ceremony in Dehradun and chief guest would be Chief Minister of Uttarakhand
Media coverage of ceremony in all Indian daily newspaper
Event coverage in local news channel
Flag off ceremonies at all major towns by local administration
Your brand will be on Ice Axe which will be used in all events
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Our objective for the expedition to promote the alpine style of mountain adventure activities, it refers to mountaineering in self sufficient manner, thereby carrying all of one’s food, shelter, equipment etc.

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  1. 1. Alpine Style Mountaineering Expedition to Mt. PanwaliDwar (6663mts)<br />
  2. 2. Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />We need your support <br />
  3. 3. Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />We need your support <br />
  4. 4. Objective<br /> Our objective for the expedition to promote the alpine style of mountain adventure activities, it refers to mountaineering in self sufficient manner, thereby carrying all of one’s food, shelter, equipment etc.<br />
  5. 5. Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />
  6. 6. Rakesh Pant (Leader)<br />He is adventurous young professional. He brings with him vast experience in the field of mountaineering. Having been part of expeditions to Mt.Plateau (7287 Mts), Mt. Kamet (7756Mts), Siachen (with Indian Army), Mt. Nun (7100 Mts), Mt. Bhagirathi II (Summiteers) and III, Mt. Deoban summit camp, Long Staffs (5120Mts) and various other treks. His contribution in co founding Trek the Himalayas is of prime importance. A quick and savvy person, it is evident that he is a capable organizer who sets up the trek without any glitches from start to finish. At the young age of 24, Rakesh was a guest instructor at NIM Institute. There are person who do adventure but he lives the adventure.<br />
  7. 7. Sandeep Rawat<br />He started his career in adventure as a trainer after completing his mountaineering course. Sandeep has been a part of many Himalayan expeditions such as Mt. Plateau(7287Mts) in Siachen with BSF, Mt.Satopanth(7075Mts), Mt.Bhagirathi II(6200Mts.) and he comes with varied skills. From being an agile climber to a skilled mountaineer Sandeep has lead many teams to the summit of these mountains. Sandeep imparted training in rock climbing to the freshers at IMF. He also has completed mountaineer instructor certification. To add feather to his cap Sandeep was a registered trainer in wall climbing for the NSG commandos. Glacier treks are Sandeep’s forte having done Siachen Glacier, Khatling Glacier and KhalindiKhal. Sandeep leadership skills are commendable and so are his organisational skills and his sheer quirk entrepreneurship.<br />
  8. 8. Jai Govind Meena<br />A passionate for adventure whose interest didn’t stop him from earning a Grade ‘A’ certificate from Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling. He is an engineer and a management grad from FMS, Delhi. He has worked with companies like ICICI Prudential, Hindustan Times and Vision One Management Consultant. He has extensive high altitude trekking experience in Himalayas and successfully summited Renok Peak (15500 ft) in Sikkim and Stok Kangri (20135 ft) in Jammu and Kashmir. <br />
  9. 9. Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />We need your support <br />
  10. 10. AboutPanwali Dwar<br />Elevation 6663mtr. (21860Ft.)<br />Range Himalayas<br />Sub range Grahwal Himalaya, Uttrakhand<br />Summit Route Song (RH) - Khati - Dwali - Phurkia - Base Camp, C-I, C- II and Summit <br />Coordinates 30° 17′ 22″  N<br /> 79° 57′ 21″  E<br />Difficulty Major Mountain Expedition<br />Panwali Dwar is a pin shaped snowy mountain located in the Nanda Devi range of Uttarakhan. It’s a bit difficult near the summit.<br />Source:- http://www.peakware.com/peaks.html?pk=2737<br />
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  12. 12. Panwali Dwar and Nanda Devi from Kausani<br />
  13. 13. Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />
  14. 14. Panwali Dwar: Climbing History<br />
  15. 15. Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />We need your support <br />
  16. 16. ClimbingRoute <br />
  17. 17. Summit attempt<br />We will summit Baljuri for acclimatization and return to camp I <br />Camp II to Summit: It consists of soft ice and Hard snow with gradient of 75 degree (Grade II) so we will push at 11 PM and summit around 8 AM<br />CampI to CampII : Crevase crossing and Ice & Rocks grade III climbing <br />
  18. 18. Altitude<br />
  19. 19. Itinerary<br />Day 01-05/08/2011- Delhi to Almora<br />Day02- 06/08/2011- Almora<br />Day03- 07/08/2011- Almora to Loharkhet<br />Day04- 08/08/2011- Loharkhet to Dhakuri<br />Day05- 09/08/2011- Dhakuri to Dwali <br />Day06- 10/08/2011- Dwali to Phurkiya<br />Day07- 11/08/2011- Phurkiya to Base Camp <br />Day08- 12/08/2011- Base Camp Set up<br />Day09- 13/08/2011- Base camp <br />Day10- 14/08/2011- B.C.to camp I (Load Ferry)<br />Day11- 15/08/2011- B.C. to camp I (Load Ferry)<br />Day12- 16/08/2011- B.C. to C I (establishment)<br />Day13- 17/08/2011- C I to C II (Load Ferry<br />Day14- 18/08/2011- C I to C II (establishment)<br />Day15- 19/08/2011- C II to C III (load ferry) <br />Day16- 20/08/2011- C II to C III (Establishment) <br />Day17- 21/08/2011- Summit Attempt & back C I <br />Day18- 22/08/2011- (Second) Summit Attempt<br />Day19- 23/08/2001- Third Summit attempt <br />Day20- 24/08/2011- Camp I to Base camp <br />Day21- 25/08/2011- Base camp to Dwali<br />Day22- 26/08/2011- Dwali to Khati <br />Day23- 27/08/2011- Khati to Dhakuri <br />Day24- 28/08/2011- Dhakuri to Loharkhet <br />Day25- 29/08/2011- Loharkhet to Almora <br />Day26- 30/08/2011- Almora to Delhi<br />
  20. 20. Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />We need your support <br />
  21. 21. What’s in it for you<br /><ul><li>Flag off Ceremony
  22. 22. Planning the flag off ceremony in Dehradun and chief guest would be Chief Minister of Uttarakhand
  23. 23. Media coverage of ceremony in all Indian daily newspaper
  24. 24. Event coverage in local news channel
  25. 25. Flag off ceremonies at all major towns by local administration
  26. 26. Your brand will be on Ice Axe which will be used in all events
  27. 27. Brand name and logo will be printed on expedition team’s T shirts </li></li></ul><li>What’s in it for you<br /><ul><li>Flex Banner and Posters
  28. 28. Flex banners will be used at all ceremonies
  29. 29. Special banners for the transport vehicle
  30. 30. Posters to be distributed along the route
  31. 31. Flag on the summit
  32. 32. Flex Banner and Posters</li></li></ul><li>What’s in it for you<br /><ul><li>Social Media Coverage
  33. 33. Brand and story coverage on all prominent social networking sites
  34. 34. Blogs with detailed information about expedition
  35. 35. Post expedition coverage
  36. 36. After successful summit the story will be featured in various news papers and magazines.</li></li></ul><li>Content<br />Objective<br />Team’s Profile<br />About Panwali Dwar Peak<br />Climbing History<br />Climbing Strategy<br />What’s in it for you<br />We need your support <br />
  37. 37. Expedition budget<br />
  38. 38. tHanks<br />

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