back to top
Jammu KashmirSki Patrol team of the Tourism Deptt. rescues Himachal skier

Ski Patrol team of the Tourism Deptt. rescues Himachal skier


NL Corresspondent


Gulmarg, Feb 20: The alert Ski Patrol team of the Department today rescued a snowboarder from Pradesh who had fractured her ankle and had got stuck in the upper reaches of Gulmarg slopes owing to windy .

According to reports, the Ski Patrol team of the Tourism Department, which is deployed in the higher reaches of Gulmarg resort for the safety and rescue of skiers, received a radio call from a skier, Amit Kapoor, a pilot by profession, who informed that the lady snowboarder had got stuck near the back entry adjacent to K 3 mid mountain.

As the weather was quite windy but despite that the three member Ski Patrol team comprising Mehraj ud Din, Muhammad Ashraf and Abdul Ahad took up the uphill mission alongwith a Toboggan and other necessary first aid and soon a quick rescue was launched by the Ski Patrol members. The snowboarder was loaded in Toboggan, given quick first aid immediately and removed to hospital for further treatment.

In a similar incident early this month, the Ski Patrol team had rescued a Norwegean skier when he had lost his ski track and landed on a wrong track.

Ski Patrol team of the Tourism Department, it may be mentioned here, is a team of Avalanche Forecasters and well-trained Ski guides with brilliance in timely rescue. The team updates daily snow forecasts and avalanche advisories for the skiers for making Gulmarg skiing their best experience.

The Northlines is an independent source on the Web for news, facts and figures relating to Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and its neighbourhood.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:


More like this

Transfers and Postings: Anayat Ali Choudhary Transferred and Posted as SSP Kathua

 Jammu, May 24: Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Anayat...

ACB files 2 cases against Girdawar for DA, fraudulent mutation in revenue record

SRINAGAR, May 24: Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) J&K on...

Come out, vote: Parties urge KPs as campaigning ends

Jammu: Seeking support of nearly 27,000 Kashmiri Pandits in...

SDH Sunderbani Lacks Blood Bank, Patients Suffer

Ajay sharma Sunderbani, May 23 In a pressing healthcare issue that...