Tag: Hispar Karakoram

Momhil Sar

Momhil Sar (Mumhail Sar) Located in the Hispar Muztagh subrange of the Karakoram mountains, Momhil Sar is one of earth’s tallest 100 peaks. It sits in the Gojal valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, northwest of Trivor Sar, its parent mountain. Other close neighboring mountains to Momhil Sar are Lupghar Sar to the north, Bularung Sar to …

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Pumari Chhish

Pumari Chhish (پماری چش‎, Pumarikish, Peak 11) Pumari Chhish is a tall peak in the Hispar Muztagh mountain range, a subrange of the Karakoram mountain range, that sits east of Khunyang Chhish. The mountain is located southeast of Kunyang Chhish North and east of Kunyang Chhish. Country: Pakistan Mountain Range: Hispar Karakoram Elevation: 24,580 feet …

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Khunyang Chhish

Khunyang Chhish (Kunyang Chhish, کنیانگ چش‎) Khunyang Chhish stands north of the Hispar Glacier, one of the major glaciers of the Karakoram mountain range. Its neighboring peaks are Pumari Chhish to the east and Kunyang Chhish North to the north. Country: Pakistan Mountain Range: Hispar Karakoram Height: 25,666 feet / 7,823 meters First Ascent: 1971 …

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Distaghil Sar

Distaghil Sar (Disteghil Sar, دستاغل سر‎) Destghil Sar is a name that comes from the Wakhi language, that translates to “above the inner ranch.” It is located in Pakistan’s Hispar Karakoram range, and its neighboring peaks are Malangutti Sar to the northwest, Bularung Sar to the southwest, Kunyang Chhish North to the southeast, and Mulungutti …

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