To start with I am very glad that this important 7000er finally has a page on Summitpost! The basic information you give is good, but the page definitly needs photos. Also you should add the coordinates of the mountain and some detailed information about the route would be good. Once that is done, drop me a line and I will upgrade my vote.
edit 17 december 2005: Ok, with the photo's added its more complete. Please also ad the coordinates!
You can now see some
Great mountain, so needed on SP ,waiting for some photos !
Good photos ,4 stars !
Intend to add photos and more info soon
Masood Sahib, need more picture not only of mountain, it can be polo match in chitral, kalash village, road condition or lawari, any things relate to hindu kush, please add getting there from islamabad, by air, by road, via shandur passs into chitral. Asghar Ali Porik - Jasmine Tours
Will add photos and appreciate if you do same
Finally page of Hindukush's mountain.Are going to maintain another one f.e. Noshaq?
Yes its on check , will appreciate any improvements
Pretty cool. Location in decimal degrees:
Thank you for the info
The given basic information seems to be good enough to get there.
Another nice one. You could add a signature photo. My favorite is number 202175!
A good book to read if anyone is interested in this area is Stones of Silence, Journeys in the Himalaya by Dr. George B. Schaller. He spent six years in the area studying the wildlife of the area. It's a really interesting read.
Another interesting book by George is; Wildlife of the Tibetan Steppe.
As you're heading for Tibet soon, this one may be of great interest for you.
That does look like another good one. I like his writing style as well as enjoying some of his thoughts on life that he interjects into his writings. Thanks for the tip.
Its a good book though Schaller had a hard time tracing the snow leopard , it can now be filimed by anyone who visit our family lodge at Thushi
to be able to read about this great peak here. When I was fourteen I got a book about the Norwegian first ascent, a very impressive performance by the Norwegians.