It's Nameless Tower in the Trango Group. The other rock tower is Trango Monk.
Uli Biaho is not a part of the central Trango Group. I have seen some include it in "The Greater Trango Group".
I may have created some confusion when I included photos of Uli Biaho on the Trango Towers page. Also, I submitted some photos of Payu Peak, Lak and The Cathedral on the page. It's not correct to include any of those peaks in the (Central) Trango Group, but I did anyway as they're located close by and my photos of the central peaks are really, really bad.
Uli Biaho peak more close to Paju peak.i sposed that is more left behind the rock rige ,but this is Trango tower and the picture i was took june 2006.i appricate your information
Qudrat - Yes, I have been to Pakistan a couple of times including the Baltoro area. Unfortunately, the weather was awful the day I planned to go and have a closer look at the central peaks in the Trango group.
I attached your nice photo to the Trango Towers page.
My plan (2005) was to have a look at the Trango group. Because it's beautiful and also because I may be interested in attempting Great Trango Tower.
My plan for Baltistan/Baltoro area was to attempt BP and GII.
whats you future proposation for climbing in pakistan,i,m going to K2 next year 2007 and it will be my second attempt on k2.this year we climb from Abruzi and we faced the bad weather.it was the frist pakistan local expedition on k2,we ware two climber and we fixed all roped to camp 3,Next year hoping to folow the SSE route of k2
whats you future proposation for climbing in pakistan
My plan for 2007 is Manaslu, Nepal, but as it's a more expensive and also more complicated (Maoists/unrest/bureaucracy) option I may head for Pakistan and an 8000'er there instead. It'll not be K2 though.
A tip for you when you submit photos to Summitpost:
Attach them to the relevant page. More people will find them then.
You can see I attached your photo of Trango Towers to the Trango Towers page. Did the same with your photo of Broad Peak.
Coax Good luck for Manslu
i been there 2002 with Amical aplin expedition and we back from 7700m the reason was one of our expedition member was seriou ill.but other members reach to summit.there is the risk of avalanche
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