Col Ranveer Singh Jamwal who has already made Jammu and Kashmir look tall on world map by scaling three times successfully along with other five summits of the seven sisters is now ready to climb the last leg of the 7 summits, Vinson Massif.
Awarded as the best Mountaineer in November 2017 by the Indian Mountaineering Foundation, Ranveer Singh posted some pictures on his facebook page a day ago announcing the news.
“After having achieved 6 out of the 7 summits….the last itch has to be attained and now is the time !! My heart plunges with joy, to be ready to now climb the last leg of the 7 summits… Vinson Massif… it gives me as much joy as it gave me to summit the Everest thrice !! Friends and families prayers and best wishes is all I need to carry the pride of Army & the nation to the land of Antarctica !!,” he wrote on his facebook profile along with the pictures.
Col. Ranveer Singh Jamwal is a native of village Badhori in District Samba and is an inspiration to all the people of Jammu and Kashmir. An officer in the Indian Army, he is one of most successful and accomplished mountaineers in the entire country. He has been conferred the Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Awards and the Vishisht Seva Medal. He has been on more than two dozen expeditions all over the world and has scaled the mighty Mt. Everest thrice.
We, The Dispatch team wish Col. Ranveer Good luck for a successful summit.
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