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Tazeem Peak (Kohistan Valley)

Tazeem Peak (Kohistan Valley)

Tazeem Peak (Kohistan Valley)

Page Type: Mountain/Rock

Location: ISB, Pakistan, Asia

Lat/Lon: 35.04257°N / 73.67250°E

Object Title: Tazeem Peak (Kohistan Valley)

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County: Pakistan

Activities: Mountaineering

Season: Summer

Elevation: 16732 ft / 5100 m


Page By: KSRajpoot

Created/Edited: Dec 21, 2013 / Dec 21, 2013

Object ID: 880402

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Tazeem Peak is a newly discovered peak in remote valley of Kohistan And can be accessed after Three days hike from Naran City into Remote Valley of Kohistan .

The height of Tazeem is given as 5100m on Google Maps

Peak is never Climbed as it is in very Remote Valley and most of Area along with Lakes and high passes is never pictured.

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Tazeem Peak As seen from "Putha Pass"

Getting There

The nearest international airport is Islamabad. Then it Takes 7 Hours Drive to Naran

If you use Public Transport from Islamabad to Naran it Takes 240/2.4$ RS to Reach Mansehra and you can get a Van to Naran for 270 RS/2.7$ to Reach Naran . In Summer you can use Transport of Government Tourism Department which Runs from Rawalpindi Flashman hotel at 9AM daily Fare is 1800 RS / 19$ , Or you can Hire a Can or jeep and fare depends upon your bargaing Power .

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Most Easy Way to Reach Base Camp is Crossing a 4300 Meters "Potha Pass" which Takes two Days Hike from Naran After Crossing Pass Base Camp of Tazeem Peak is only at Day's Journey there is a Small Lake at its base camp 
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Putha Pass links Naran Valley to Kohistan

Red Tape

 A visa is required and must be obtained prior to arrival. A
single entry tourist visa is valid for three months from arrival. It is
possible to extend visas in Islamabad.

Peaks below 6500m do not require a permit or a liaison officer in Pakistan.

When to Climb

The climbing season is from July to mid October. The monsoon from the Bay of Bengal moves westward and reaches
Pakistan in late June through to September. The Karakoram is in the
Himalayan rain shadow which limits the effect of the monsoon. However
when the monsoon breaks down country it’s usually stormy in the
mountains. The weather can change very quickly with snow fall higher up
or heavy rain at lower altitudes. Climbing in the Karakoram requires
considerable patience. There can be extended spells of good weather; the
difficulty thing is predicting when they will happen.


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