PakVisit.com
Advertisements

K2 Karakoram Range snow highest mountains Peak

K2 Mountain PeakK2 is the second-highest mountain on Earth (elevation of 8,611 m) , after Mount Everest.It is situated in Northern areas of Pakistan near China border in Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan and the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang, China It is more hazardous to reach K2 from the Chinese side; thus, it is
K2 is known as the Savage Mountain due to the difficulty of ascent and the second-highest fatality rate among the "eight thousanders" for those who climb it. For every four people who have reached the summit, one has died trying. Unlike Annapurna, the mountain with the highest fatality rate, K2 has never been climbed in winter.
takes you up to the summit of the nearby range for a panoramic view of the forested hills.


Pakistani Jobs

Advertisements



K2 Mountain's Attractions of Pakistan

Pakistan is having world the most beautiful mountains like K-2 mountains K-2 Situated at the extern North East ridge of Baltoro glacier, on the North of Pak China, border standing as a king ruling to his cabinet around, Broad Peak –G-I, II, III, IV, V, Baltoro Kangri , Sherpi Kangri, Chogolisa I, II, III, IV, Bride Peak , Miter Peak, Angles Peak, Bearchidi groups, Ghondogoro groups Masherbrum groups and the Baltoro cathedrals. 

K-2, Approached from Skardu, Askoli, Johla, Bardumal, Paiyu, Liligo, Urdukas, Goro, Concordia, base camp at Goodwin Austen, it is also accessible from China in the North.

K-2 is totally technical climb from all ridges, from the beginning Rock climbing and half climbing on ocean of ice. 

I was 1856 when the British were enforcing their control over India, provoking the 1857 war of Independence that a young leev Tinent of the Royal engineers, T, G, Mintugmerie was quietly busy in surveying. He saw in the for distance a tall and Conspicuous mountain in the direction of Karakorum. He immediately named K-1 later this name come to the other peak in Hushe valley Masherbrum.

It was 1887 the 1st British surveyor came to this region from Kashmir via Brogil Pass, Goodwin Austen discovered peaks and glaciers in this area, he tried to climb peaks but some reasons he couldn't manage..

Mountains of Pakistan

Mountain Height m (ft) Range World Rank
K-2 8616 (28,268) Karakoram 2
Nanga Parbat 8125 (26,656) Himalaya 9
Gasherbrum I 8068 (26,470) Karakoram 11
Broad Peak 8060 (26,444) Karakoram 12
Gasherbrum II 8035 (26,362) Karakoram 14
Gasherbrum III 7952 (26,089) Karakoram 15
Gasherbrum IV 7929 (25,014) Karakoram 17
Disteghil Sar 7885 (25,869) Karakoram 20
Kunyang Kish 7852 (25,761) Karakoram 22
Gasherbrum NE 7821 (25,660) Karakoram 24
Rakaposhi 7788 (25,550) Karakoram 27
Batura I 7785 (25,541) Karakoram 28
Kanjut Sar 7760 (25,460) Karakoram 29
Saltoro Kangri I 7742 (25,400) Karakoram 33
Trivor 7720 (25,330) Karakoram 36
Tirich Mir 7708 (25,289) Hindu Kash 41
Chogolisa I 7654 (25,111) Karakoram 46
Shispar (Batura) 7611 (24,970) Karakoram 49
Skyang Kangri 7544 (24,750) Karakoram 58
Pumari Kish W 7492 (24,580) Karakoram 67
Noshaq 7492 (24,580) Hindu Kash 68
Tirich Mir NW 7487 (24,563) Hindu Kash 69
K-12 7468 (24,500) Karakoram 73
Teram Kangri 7463 (24,485) Karakoram 74
Malubiting W 7452 (24,448) Karakoram 76
Sia Kangri 7422 (24,350) Karakoram 79
Skil Brum 7420 (24,344) Karakoram 80
Teram Kangri II 7406 (24,298) Karakoram 82
Haramosh 7406 (24,298) Karakoram 84
Istoro Nal 7403 (24,288) Hindu Kash 85
Mount Ghent 7400 (24,278) Karakoram 86
Yukshin Garden 7400 (24,278) Karakoram 87
Ultar I 7388 (24,239) Karakoram 88
Teram Kangri III 7381 (24,216) Karakoram 90
Sherpi Kangri 7380 (24,212) Karakoram 91
Karun Koh 7350 (24,114) Karakoram 100
Momil Sar 7342 (24,088) Karakoram 103
Saraghrar Peak I 7338 (24,075) Hindu Kash 104
Bajohagur-Duanasir 7329 (24,045) Karakoram 106
Gasherbrum V 7321 (24,019) Karakoram 107
Baltoro Kangri I 7321 (24,019) Karakoram 113
Urdok Peak I 7300 (23,950) Karakoram 114
Diran Peak 7266 Himalaya 116
Spantik Peak 7027 karakoram 122

.

Advertisements


Attractions in Pakistan

Ayubia, Murree, Nathia Gali, Ghora Gali, Abbottabad, Bhurban, Patriata, Naran, Fort Munro, Gilgit, Hunza, Khyber Pass, Malam Jabba, Kalam, Thandiani, Skardu, Daman-e-Koh, Pir Sohawa, Swat, Ziarat, Chitral, Kalash, Kaghan


PRIVACY POLICY | SITE MAP| CONTACT US
COPYRIGHT © 2002-18 PakVisit.com