Lal Qil'ah rocky mountain with a tower shape, the last 150-220 mt require good rock climbing skills. The name was suggested by the Red Fortress in Dehli.
|Year first climbed:||1961|
|First successful climber(s):||Franco Alletto, Domenico de Riso during Paolo Consiglio' s italian expedition|
|Nearest major airport:||Dehli|
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- Log #16889 - by simone carmignani on Nov 13, 2003The Lal Qila Peak is not in Punjab but in Himachal Pradesh in the Indian Himalayas. Punjab is just a wide flat and its highest point is probably 700m above sea level. thanks