Thanks for your vote and comments,Tupopdan peaks is the real name of this beautiful peak, it is very near Passu village, upper Hunza, Northern Areas of Pakistan. Tupopdan means "mouthful of sun mountain " in local language. Due to its shape it is also familier in the mountaineers as Passu Cones, or Cathedral Peak.This peak was climbed in 1987, by British P.Cox, L.Griffin et M.Woolridge.Base Camp of this is very near to Karakoram Highway.
Hi, I would like to ask for your permission to use this photo as the wallpaper of the month for the UIAA site (International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation). Of course with photo credits on the picture. Thank you.
Thanking you for message.You can, with the greatest of pleasure, use any of my photos. Please let me know which one and I will be very anxious to see it on the website. I like your work,very creative. Have a wonderful day and good health.
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