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Indian Army organize Siachen Glacier trek

The Indian Army conducts an annual trek to Siachen glacier for civilians, between August to September every year. The expedition for civilians was started for the first time in 2007 and is organized by the Army Adventure Wing. About 30-40 civilians are selected.

•    The length of the trek is 60 kilometres both ways and at altitudes ranging between 12,000 feet and 16,000 feet.
•    Those interested have to send a signed application to HQ Northern High Command, Indian Army by July 20, 2016. The participants will be decided on a first-come-first -serve basis. 
•    Applicants should preferably be below 45 years of age.
•    Everyone selected for the trek has the required fitness to go on the high-altitude trek in extreme conditions. 
•    The documents to be sent with the complete application form include indemnity bond and medical certificate. Download the form here.
•    Organisations associated with defence forces, media persons, Rashtriya Indian Military College and Rashtriya Military School cadets, and adventure lovers participate in the trek every year. 

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