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Unclimbed Peaks in Pakistan

Gligit Baltsitan has 05 peaks over 8,000 meters including the world’s second highest peak K-2 (Godwin Austin) (8611m) 29 peaks of over 7,500 meters and 121 peaks of over 7,000 meters. Several of the peaks are still virgin. This is a great challenge for the mountaineers and mountain Lovers the world over. Vertical Pleasures and Elusive Summits, the conclusion that the Karakorams would be the place to be if you wanted to climb new routes on (unclimbed) peaks in one of the world’s wildest mountain panorama.

There is plenty of information to be had on the popular Baltoro Glacier area and this is where the majority of climbers head to. More attractive and more advantageous with ascending an unclimbed peak, the area to the north and west, between the eastern reaches of the Hindu Kush and Karakoram although this region doesn’t have the more famous peaks, it is remote, wild and beautiful and there are several mountains between 7,500m- 6,500m range still to have an ascent. A general time-frame is to allow six weeks for a peak under 7000m and up to ten weeks for peaks between 7500-8500m ranges. The walk into base camp, complete with porters and base camp staff, can take six days depending on the distance of your peak base-camp location. Base-camp will be anywhere between 4000-5000m in Pakistan.

PEAK NAMED

HEIGHT (meters)

MOUNTAIN RANGE

Un-Named Peak

7780 m

Karakoram

Un-Named Peak

7600 m

Karakoram

Saser Kangri II East 

7513 m

Karakoram

Mucho Chhish 

7453 m

Karakoram

Saser Kangri III

7495 m

Karakoram

Batura V

7400 m

Karakoram

Khinyang Chhish East 

7400 m

Karakoram

Kangbachen West 

7385 m

Karakoram

Manresa Zom 

7352 m

Karakoram

Pumari Chhish South 

7350 m

Karakoram

Chongtar Kangri 

7330 m

Karakoram

Ultar Sar North 

7310 m

Karakoram

Rakaposhi N-East 

7290 m

Karakoram

Summari 

7263 m

Karakoram

Peak Mandu Peak 

7221 m

Karakoram

Bularang Sar

7200 m

Karakoram

Summa Peak (South)

7170 m

Karakoram

Braq paari Peak

7156 m

Karakoram

Mandu 

7127 m

Karakoram

Karpo-Go

7090 m

Karakoram

Un-Named Peak (S)

7100 m

Hindu Kush

Urgent Peak

7038 m

Hindu Kush 

Pamri Sar Peak

7016 m

Karakoram

Ultar Sar South-East

7000 m

Karakoram

Shingeik  Peak(E)

6653 m

Hindu Kush

Un-Named Peak

6593 m

Hindu Kush

Un-Named Peak

6500 m

Hindu Kush

Un-Named Peak

6390 m

Hindu Kush

Un-Named Peak

6300 m

Hindu Kush

Sotolpa Peak

6300 m

Karakoram

Bondit Peak

7000 m

Karakoram

Kharidas Peak

6400 m

Karakoram

 

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