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Nanga Parbat (8125m) Diamir Face Expedition (Pakistan) Nanga Parbat, in the Sanskrit language for “Nude Mountain”, is so named because some of its slopes are so steep that they are bereft of vegetation and snow. According to the local old legend, Nanga Parbat is also […]

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Gasherbrum II (8035 m) is also known as The Shining Wall. It was first climbed in 1956 by the Austrian Karakoram expedition, led by Fritz Moravec. From Concordia, it is a day walk to the base camp of G 2. There are six peaks in […]

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Broad Peak (8047m) is named for the immense bulk of its peak. It has a strong presence in its environs. Its local name is ‘Falchan Kangri’. Upon arriving in Islamabad, we then fly to a mountain town called Skardu or if the weather is inclement, […]

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The first route of Gasherbrum 1 (8068 m) has remained closed since the mid-80s due to the Siachen conflict. It is now usually being climbed from its most prominent route from the plateau on Gasherbrum Glacier. The more popular route in recent years has been […]

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K2 THE ULTIMATE ADVENTURE (8611m): The Karakoram in the Turkish language means “Black Rubble”. In 1856 A.D. Capt. Montgomerie surveyed a number of peaks in the Baltoro area of the Karakoram from a distance of about 200km. He explored a cluster of high peaks and […]

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