Ruoni and Lopchin
|Elevation||6,882 m (22,579 ft)|
|Prominence||2,444 m (8,018 ft)|
|Range||Kangri Garpo, Himalayas|
|First ascent||2009 (second highest peak)|
|Easiest route||snow/ice/glacier climb|
Bairiga (Chinese: 白日嘎; pinyin: Bái Rì Gä) or Ruoni (Chinese: 若尼峰; pinyin: Ruò Ní Fēng) (6,882 m) is the highest peak of Kangri Garpo Range of the easternmost Himalayas, Tibet. The region has only recently been explored and before 2009, none of its 47 peaks above 6000 m had been climbed. Bairiga / Ruoni, which remains unclimbed itself, was photographed for the first time in 1933 by the botanist explorer Frank Kingdon-Ward, at which time it was known as Choembo. 
In 2009, a Sino-Japanese joint climbing team formed by China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) and Kobe University organized an expedition to climb Kangri Garpo II or Ruoni Ⅱ (6805 m). On November 5, Deqing Ouzhu and Ciren Danda, Tibetan students with the CUG, were the first to reach the summit, while Koichiro Kondo and Masanori Yazaki scaled the peak two days later. In consultation with a local village leader Kangri Garpo II was renamed Lopchin (Lopchin Feng in Tibetan, Lou bu qin in Chinese), meaning “white male hawk.” 
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- Tibet Ultra-Prominences Peaklist.org. Retrieved 2011-11-24.
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- Tatsuo “Tim” Inoue (2011), Hidden 47 Six-thousanders in the Kangri Garpo Mountains, Japanese Alpine News 2011
- Tatsuo “Tim” Inoue (2010) Asia, Tibet, Kangri Garpo Mountains, Lopchin (Kangri Garpo II)
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