Chomo Lhari

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Chomo Lhari

(chŏmŏlhŭ`rē, chōməlhä`rē), peak, 23,997 ft (7,314 m) high, on the Bhutan-China border, in the Himalayas. It is sacred to the Tibetans.
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My seat on the left side of the plane gave me spectacular views of the eastern Himalayas, including the Bhutanese peaks, Chomolhari, Jichu Drake and Tsering Kang.
The Himalayas were forced upwards as the result of tectonic plate collision; and at sunset on October 5, 1784, Jones was surveying from a friend's bungalow at Bhagalpur the snow-capped peak of Chomolhari in Bhutan.
Col Narinder Kumar adventure life is embedded with many stellar achievements, to include the first successful Indian expedition to Nanda Devi and Chomolhari, the highest peak in Bhutan.
* Days 3-8: ascend through the conifer and rhododendron forest to alpine pastures for views of Chomolhari, before crossing a series of passes to Phajoding Monastery above the Thimphu Valley