Seven Thousand Meter Peaks in Pakistan.

Seven Thousand Meter Peaks in Pakistan.

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Seven thousand meter peaks in Pakistan.

The Mountains North covers the northern parts of Pakistan deep river and narrow valleys. East of the Indus River, the mountain ranges in general run from east to west. Pakistan is also home of 150 peaks 7,000 meters and probably as many peaks 6,000 m. There is no count of the peaks 5,000 and 4,000 m. Most of the high peaks in Pakistan are in Karakoram Range and some are in Himaliyan and Hundukash ranges. here introduction of some popular 7000 m peaks in Pakistan.

Mashabrum (7821 m)

Mashabrum: 7821m
Mashabrum lies on the south side of the Baltoro Glacier, in the heart of the central Karakoram. Mashabrum also lies at the north end of the Husshe valley, which serves as the southern approach to the peak. It was first attempted in 1938 but failed. After two more failed expeditions, in 1955 and 1957, Mashabrum was first climbed in 1960 by an American-Pakistani expedition led by Nick Clinch. Mashabrum (7821 m) is the 22nd highest mountain in the world and the 11th highest in Pakistan. It is the highest peak of the Mashabrum Mountains, a sub range of the Karakoram mountain range. It is a large and striking peak, which is somewhat overshadowed by the nearby 8000m peaks of the Karakoram.

Chogolisa (7665m)

The Concordia region which is home of the highest peaks of the world. Chogolisa has several peaks, the highest on the SW face (Chogolisa I) rises to 7,665 meters. The second highest at 7,654 meters on the North East side (Chogolisa II) is the one named Bride Peak. In 1909, a party led by Duke of the Abruzzi reached 7,498m Hermann Buhl and Kurt Diemberger attempted Chogolisa in 1957. In 1958, a Japanese expedition from Kyoto University made the first ascent of Chogolisa II. The first ascent of Chogolisa I was made on August 2, 1975 by Fred Pressl and Gustav Ammerer of an Austrian expedition led by Eduard Koblmuller

Rakaposhi (7788m)

Rakaposhi (7788 m)
Rakaposhi (7788 m) is ranked 27th highest on the Earth and the12th highest in Pakistan is popular as one of the most beautiful mountains in the world. The peak is the part of Karakoram mountain range is situated in the Nagar Valley near Gilgit. Rakaposhi was first climbed in 1958 by Mike Banks and Tom Patey, members of a British-Pakistani expedition. Rakaposhi is notable for its exceptional rise over local terrain, almost unmatched in the world. The peak rises just beside the Karakoram Highway on the route through China via Hunza.


k-6 (71039m) Husshe valley north Pakistan.



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