Skardu Shangrila in Gilgit Baltistan

Trivor (ترِووُر‎)

Trivor is a mountain in the Hispar Muztagh mountain range, a subrange of the Karakoram range in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan.

The mountain is one of the higher peaks in the Hispar Muztagh. It is so difficult to climb, that its peak has been reached by climbers only twice.

Its closest neighboring peaks are Momhil Sar and Lupghar Sar to the northwest, Bularung Sar, Disteghil Sar, and Malangutti Sar to the northeast, and Kunyang Chhish North, Kunyang Chhish, and Pumari Chhish to the southeast.

Country: Pakistan

Mountain Range: Hispar Karakoram

Elevation: 24,859 feet / 7,577 meters

First Ascent: 1960 by Wilfrid Noyce and Jack Sadler, members of a British-American party

Fun Fact: Trivor is the 39th highest peak in the world.

Landscape Of Hunza Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern Pakistan

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