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Chaudhara is located in India
Location in northern India
Highest point
Elevation 6,510 m (21,360 ft)
Listing List of mountains in India
Coordinates 30°16′48″N 80°22′12″E / 30.28000°N 80.37000°E / 30.28000; 80.37000Coordinates: 30°16′48″N 80°22′12″E / 30.28000°N 80.37000°E / 30.28000; 80.37000
Location Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand, India
Parent range Kumaon Himalaya
First ascent A.R.Chandekar and Sherpa Ajeeba in 1973
Easiest route West Face

Chaudhara is a Himalayan mountain peak, situated in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand state in India. The altitude of the peak is 6,510 m.[1] The peak lies to the south of Ralam pass and north west of Panchchuli. The peak is so named due to the peak having four corners. The peak was climbed for the first time by an Indian team led by A.R.Chandekar and Sherpa Ajeeba in 1973. Rajrambha is its neighbouring peak. Chaudhara is situated at the south east end of Kalabaland Glacier-Sankalp Glacier-Yangchar Glacier group. Chaudhara is the part of Himalayan massif between Ralam and Lassar valley. The most popular route to the summit is via the west face.

First Ascent Route[edit]

Ralam River ― BC Shiva Glacier (13800 ft) ― Camp II (15100 ft) ― Camp III (17700 ft) ― Summit


  1. ^ Club, American Alpine. The American Alpine Journal. The Mountaineers Books. pp. 256–. ISBN 9780930410438. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 

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