The video was found on a "memory video device" near the Nanda Devi East, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) said Monday, which showed the group of climbers moving slowly near the summit on the unnamed peak.
Seven bodies were recovered by rescue teams a month later on June 23.
Mountaineer Ruth McCance, from Sydney, was on an expedition that was hit by an avalanche.
With the rising number of mountaineers and trekkers in the Himalayas, the Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) will raise five high-altitude rescue teams in the hill states to provide medical help and guidance.
"Suddenly we noticed a loud noise". Then, in a heart-dropping moment, the screen goes blank. Another scene shows climbers on the mountain at night, with some using lights as they ascend.
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However, the video ended with a minor thud, a sound that the ITBP officials said could be of an avalanche or snow storm that claimed their lives.
"The GoPro modified into as soon as proved to be admire the sad box of an plane giving an perception into the old couple of moments of the climbers, ITBP deputy inspector customary A.P.S. Nambadia acknowledged at a press briefing". They took great care in removing them and bringing them down the mountain, preserving them in the snow overnight to stave off decomposition.
Rupert Whewell, whose family is from the Aberfeldy area, was among eight climbers swept away from a ridge between two glaciers, at an altitude of 17,650ft, near Nanda Davi in May. The group consisting of UK, US, Australian and Indian citizens had gone missing on 26 May.
Ruth McCance with her toy penguin, which was retrieved by the search team along with GoPro footage.
The community changed into once attempting to climb India's 2d-very top height Nanda Devi when contact changed into once lost on 26 May perhaps just.
A poignant video of the tragic Himalayan climbing expedition, with a Highland leader, has been released by the Indian authorities.