Spantik (7027m), the summit of Golden sunset, is a popular playground for mountaineers attempting their first 7,000-meter peak in the Karakoram.
This part of Karakoram is visited by very few adventurers do we have the opportunity to experience the romantic wilderness of Karakoram in its prime form.
In the range of Rakaposhi – Haramosh, is the Spantik throne at the end of Chomolungma glacier. This beautiful summit of more than 7000m of difficult techniques climbed for the first time by a team from Frankfort in 1955 since then it is climbed regularly every year by many expeditions. Mostly it is climbed from South East because a classical regular ridge is going to the top. This mountain has some other names too, like Yengulz Har, Ganesh chish (which translated into English as Golden Peak)
This mountain is visible from the village of Nagar (Hunza) so one can discover the terrible north face and its famous Northwest pillar of marble climbed in August 1987 by Flower and Saunders Moreover. The summit looks like gold in the light of sunset from Nagar which gives the name Golden Peak to this mountain.
To understand the way that we are going to climb, we have to walk 3 days on the glacier of Chomolungma to reach the base camp. This type of adventure depends on the great fitness of each person and their indispensable experience of high mountains. This expedition appeal to those people who have already roped autonomously on a snowy mountain and glaciers.