PakPeak-1 ( K2/Chogori/Godwin Austen-8611m)

Chogori also called as K2 or Godwin Austin Peak is second to one only. Located on the China –Pakistan border it is part of Karakoram Range.K2 due to its consistently steep pyramid, dropping quickly in almost all directions and difficulty of ascent is known to have one of the highest fatality rate. Locally the term 2 in its name is associated with the killing of at least two persons per year on average.The mountain experiences extreme storms of several days’ duration and has never been climbed in winter. Ashraf Aman was the first Pakistani mountaineer to climb K2 in 1977 along with an Italian expedition.

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PakPeak-2 (Nanga Parbat- 8125 m)

Nanga Parbat with 8125 m is second highest Pak Peak and the 9th highest in the world. It is located in the Diamir Group of mountains  and  Astore District of Giligit-Baltistan province.  As part of Himalaya Range it is the western-most of the 14 8,000 meter peaks. Nanga Parbat translates to “Naked Mountain” in English. Known as the “Killer Mountain,”  it was one of the deadliest of the eight-thousanders for climbers in the first half of the twentieth century. It has three faces, Diamir , Rakhiot and Rupal. Face.Nanga Parbat apart from Mount Everest is one of only two peaks on Earth that rank in the top twenty of both the highest mountains in the world, and the most prominent peaks in the world, ranking ninth and fourteenth respectively. Nanga Parbat along with Namcha Barwa on the Tibetan Plateau mark the west and east ends of the Himalayas.

Source : Tahsin Anwar Ali

PakPeak-3 (Gasherbrum  I – 8080m)

Gasherbrum I  or  K5  is also called as Hidden Peak due to its remoteness is located on the Pakistan-China border in Gilgit-Baltistan region. It is the third highest Pak Peak and ranked 11th in the world. As a part of the Gasherbrum massif, it is located in the Karakoram  region of the Himalaya.

Source : Dr Olaf Rieck

PakPeak-4  (K3,Broad Peak – 8051m)

 

Source : Kogo through Wikipedia

Broad Peak is a 8,051m (26,414 ft) mountain peak in the Karakoram Range in Gilgit-Baltistan. As the fourth highest Pak Peak it ranks number 12 in the world.The nearest peaks are Gasherbrum IV, Marble Peak, Angelsar s,  Gasherbrum III, K2, and  Gasherbrum II.The local name is Falchan Kangri and is called as Broad peak due to its peculiar flat top.

PakPeak-5 (K4, Gasherbrum  II – 8035m)

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Gasherbrum II is a 26,362 ft / 8,035 m mountain peak in the Karakoram Range loctaed on the border of Xinjiang, China and Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan. Based on Pak Peaks data it ranks as the fifth Pak Peak and 13 th in the world. The nearby peaks include  Gasherbrum III, Gasherbrum II East, Gasherbrum IV, Gasherbrum I, Broad Peak, and Baltoro Kangri.

PakPeak-6  (Gasherbrum IV – 7925m)

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PakPeak Gasherbrum IV  is a category B1 (7500-7999m) PakPeak.It is one of the peaks in the Gasherbrum massif  and is 17th highest mountain on Earth and the 6th highest in Pakistan. The Gasherbrums  are a remote group of peaks located at the northeastern end of the Baltoro Glacier in the Karakoram range of the Himalaya. The massif contains three of the world’s 8,000 metre peaks (including Broad Peak). Gasherbrum is often claimed to mean “Shining Wall”, presumably a reference to the highly visible west face of PakPeak Gasherbrum IV. However  the word comes from “rgasha” (beautiful) and “brum” (mountain) in Balti, hence it actually means “beautiful mountain.”

PakPeak-7   (Distaghil Sar- 7885m)

Photo Credit : Rizwan Siddique

The mesmerizing and mysterious Disteghil Sar Standing at 7885m, is the 8th highest peak in Pakistan and 19th highest mountain on earth. It is the highest mountain in the Hispar Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakoram mountain range, in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The mountain has an about 3 km long top ridge above 7400m with three distinct summits.Read more about this Seventh wonder of Pakistan here.

PakPeak-8 (Kunyang Chhish – 7852m)

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Kunyang Chhish is the second-highest mountain in the Hispar Muztagh, a sub range of the Karakoram mountains of Pakistan. Alternate variations of the name include Kunyang Kish and Khiangyang Kish, among others. It is ranked 21st in the world and 9 th by Pak Peaks. Khunyang Chhish lies in the heart of the Hispar Muztagh, north of the Hispar Glacier, one of the major glaciers of the Karakoram. It rises on the southwest side of the Khunyang Glacier while Distaghil Sar (the highest peak of the Hispar Muztagh) dominates the glacier on its northern end.

  • Kunyang Chhish Main, 7852 m
  • Kunyang Chhish South, 7620 m, 700 m SSW, with a prominence of only about 100 m
  • Kunyang Chhish East7400 m, 2 km ESE, 240 m prominence.
  • Kunyang Chhish West, 7350 m, 1.5 km W, 170 m prominence. Also known asPyramid Peak.
  • Kunyang Chhish North, 7108 m, 6 km NNE, 517 m prominence

PakPeak-9  (Masherbrum,K1 – 7,821m)

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PakPeak  K1 commonly called as Masherbrum is located in the Ghanche District, Gilgit Baltistan of Pakistan. At 7,821 metres (25,659 ft) it is the 22nd highest mountain in the world and the 9th highest in Pakistan. It was the first officially mapped peak in the Karakoram mountain range, hence its name. The meaning of the name “Masherbrum” is not entirely clear. It may come from mashadar (muzzle-loading gun) plus brum(mountain), from the resemblance of the double summit to an old muzzle-loader. It may also come from masha (queen or lady), giving “queen of peaks.” Masherbrum is the highest peak of the Masherbrum Mountains, a subrange of the Karakoram range. It is a large and striking peak, which is somewhat overshadowed by the nearby 8,000 metres (26,000 ft) peaks of the main range of the Karakoram which includes four of the fourteen Eight-thousanders, namely K2, Gasherbrum I, Broad Peak and Gasherbrum II.

PakPeak-10 ( Batura I – 7795m)

It is Pakistan Number 10 Peak and is the highest peak of Batura Muztagh  which is the westren most subrange of karakorum Range. The other Batura peaks include  Batura II (7762m), (E) Batura III (7729m).

The Western Karakoram in winter conditions. The Batura Muztagh from the northeast showing the distant high peaks of (A) Muchu Chhish (7453m), (B) Batura IV (7594m), (C) Batura I (7785m), (D) Batura II (7762m), (E) Batura III (7729m), (F) Sani Pakkush (6952m), (G) Seiri Porkush (6872m), (H) Kampire Dior (7143m), (I) Pamiri Sar (7016m), (J) Kuk Sar I (6943m) and (K) Kuk Sar II (6925m). The lower peaks closer to the camera and on the right side of the image lie immediately south of the Chapursan Valley. [Photo] Lindsay Griffin

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