Hungarian mountaineer goes missing during expedition to Mount Trishul in Uttarakhand


Peter Wittek, the lost mountaineer, was a portion of a mountaineering trip to Mount Trishul between October 8 and September 13, stated SDRF officialsNand Kishore Joshi stated that an 8-member group of SDRF left Mount Trishul on a search and rescue mission on Monday morning.”The bureau coordinating the expedition informed us today that a Hungarian mountaineer Peter Wittek went lost in Mount Trishul area from Camp 2. A six-member team had gone to that mountaineering expedition. However one member of the team has gone missing. The rest of the five members can also be searching their missing manhood,” he said.Joshi explained that the SDRF crew will reach the base camp of Mount Trishul by evening and start rescue mission with rest of their expedition’s group members. “The area has a challenging terrain. We are struggling to have regular contact with all the rescue team. The last report we have is that it has attained Nandprayag area,” he explained He included the following SDRF team with elevation equipment will leave for a rescue mission on Tuesday. In June this year, eight mountaineers heading to the summit close Nanda Devi East at the Pithoragarh of Uttarakhand met with an accident. Nanda Devi is summit on the planet and your mountain in India. While a person still remains missing, ITBP hunt group retrieved Statistics of seven of those eight mountaineers.Twelve mountaineers in their effort to scale Mount Nanda Devi East were as May 1-3 onwards in a trip in Pithoragarh district. On May 30, 20-19, the Pithoragarh district government got an SOS call. ITBP was requested to search. The figures were finally retrieved on June 2-3 after having a 500-hour operation in high elevation in a retrieval mission, code named’Daredevils’.The figures were traced under the peak these attempted to climb.