Gori Chen is a glacier-fed mountain group in the Eastern Himalayas. Peaks include the third highest peak in northeast India. Other peaks include Gorichen II (21,287 feet (6,488 m)), Gorichen East (20,413 feet (6,222 m)) and Gorichen South (20,496 feet (6,247 m)).
It is among the mountains of India that is popular for expeditions and trekkers. Gori Chen provided for training to the 19 Kumaon before its deployment in Siachen in the 1980s. Older expeditions passing Gori Chen include the Bailey–Morshead exploration in 1913 and Bill Tilman’s expedition in 1939. The Bailey–Morshead exploration in 1913 has inspired a modern Bailey Trail.
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