Passu Sar

Passu Sar (پسو سر‎, Passu Sar, Passu I)

Hunza valley from Baltit Fort, Hunza. Pakistan

Serving as the high peak of the Passu massif, Passu Sar lies west of the Hunza Valley in the Gilgit District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, west of the Hunza Valley.

The region is breathtaking, holding some of the world’s highest peaks, and the surrounding mountain passes are dotted with food stalls and swept with the rushing mountain winds.

Its closest neighboring peaks are Batura Sar to the northwest, Shisparé Sar to the southeast, Sang-E-Marmar to the south, and Hachindar Chhish to the southwest.

Country: Pakistan

Mountain Range: Batura Karakoram

Elevation: 24,528 feet / 7,476 meters

First Ascent: August 7, 1994 by Max Wallner, Dirk Naumann, Ralf Lehmann, and Volker Wurnig.

Fun Fact: Passu Sar is the 54th highest mountain in the world.

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