Kennedy Peak is a 2,703-metre (8,868 ft) peak in the Falam District of the Chin State of Burma (Myanmar) that dominates the Tedim Road. It is one of the world's ultra-prominent peaks, as it rises 4,951 feet (more than 1500 m) above all other peaks nearby. It the second highest mountain in Chin State, next to Mount Victoria.
It was the site of a battle during World War II in which Ram Sarup Singh, a subedar of the British Indian army, led his unit with great bravery in attacking and capturing a strong Japanese-held position, then persisting despite wounds in defending it against counterattacks, until killed. He was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Kennedy Peak is
# 5 out of 118 in Chin # 1 out of 35 in Falam District # 32 out of 917 in the Naga Hills
By prominence Kennedy Peak is
# 14 out of 2705 in Myanmar # 2 out of 118 in Chin # 1 out of 35 in Falam District # 10 out of 917 in the Naga Hills
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