Karakoram Mountains
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Fara Mohd
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia45 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
Journey of a lifetime. Never been and seen how big these mountain range is. It was so amazing and majestic. The view change from one area to another. Even for an hours of journey, it is never bored me
Written 28 October 2023
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Amazing Santan
Durgapur, India213 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
The view of the Mount Godwin Austen and other peaks in the Karakoram Mountains was amazing and indescribable. The chill in the air even an noon time was wonderful.
Written 4 November 2019
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Saf S
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Friends
Started planning K2 base camp trek in Pakistan in March 2018
Selected the silver package at cost of $1589 ( paid deposit of $250 upon application ) with local tour operator
Vertical Explorers based in Islamabad with operations manager Syed and a sub office in Skardu with his brother Saif managing this.
20 day package with 14 days cold camping and 6 days travel.
Communication was good in begining but declined rapidly after paying deposit, in fact almost non existent until arrival at Islamabad airport where Syed arrived in a old minibus to pick up 3 of us trekkers to our hotel.
I do not recommend vertical Explorers at all, from the outset, their services were highly unprofessional,I actually felt embarrassed for our two fellow trekkers from Austrailia and reassured them this was not what Pakistani hospitality is usually like.

We received no trek permits prior to our arrival and these were then delayed by one day , leaving us a day short on the trek, satellite phone which was apparently our lifeline was out of credit and could not be used when we required it for emergency, solar chargers were not working, tents leaked and far too small, constantly harassed to provide tips to drivers, porters, guide etc, harassed by porters to give our trekking gear to them upon end of trek, being lied that roads would be closed at Askoli upon our return so we had to rush our trek and cut it down to 10 days instead of 14 days with the porters/ guide getting paid full amount whether we finished early or not, being cramped in vehicles to Askoli from Skardu and upon return journey provided a jeep with no tread on tyres which got two punctures and no spare tyre.
I could go on, the whole organisation of the trek by the tour operator was a shambles, highly unprofessional and I would definitely not recommend this tour operator to anyone.
They even charged two of our trekkers $250 and $400 respectively to being them back down by mules to Askoli from Khoburse after they fell unwell, something they do often as extra income, the company provided no fort air, safe return passage in case if illness etc.
Written 2 October 2018
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Lian D
Beijing, China48 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017
Karakoram is quite different from Himalaya. It is good to go in the hot summer. K2 is amazing and Condogorola pass is very hard to pass compare with Chola pass of EBC in Nepal.
Written 5 September 2018
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(Pakistan Travel & Tours)
Lahore, Pakistan40 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016
If you are a traveler, mountaineer, and adventurist person then you need to must visit this Himalayas region, especially which is located in Pakistan because you see world top 10 highest peaks in this region with beautiful landscape, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and much more than you can imagen.
Written 19 April 2017
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flyfisher66
Islamabad, Pakistan2,977 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Family
Karakoram Mountain Range could be termed as overall the second highest mountain range in the world. Out of 14 Eight Thousanders in the world (peaks over 8000 meters), 10 are in the Himalayan Range and 4 are in Karakoram Range. No other mountain range in the world has a peak over 8000 meters. While the great Himalayan Range stretches through many countries (Nepal, China, India, Pakistan), the Karakoram Range lies mostly in Pakistan.
As compared to Himalaya, Karakorm is a relatively smaller range in its overall span, however, the average height in Karakoram is quiet high.
The Eight Thousanders that are part of Karakoram Range include K2 (8611 meter, 2nd in the world), Gasherbrum I (8080 meter, 11th in the world), Broad Peak (8051 meters, 12th in the world) and Gasherbrum II (8035 meter, 13th in the world).
Other famous peaks in Karakoram Range that fall in the top 50 mountain peaks in the world include Gasherbrum IV (7925 meter, 17th in the world), Distaghil Sar (7889 meter, 19th in the world), Kunyang Chhish (7852 meter, 21st in the world), Masherbrum (7821 meter, 22nd in the world), Batura I (7795 meter, 25th in the world), Kanjut Sar (7790 meter, 26th in the world), Rakaposhi (7788 meter, 27th in the world), Chogolisa (7665 meter, 36th in the world), Shispare (7611 meter, 38th in the world), Trivor (7577 meter, 39th in the world), Skyang Kangri (7545 meter, 44th in the world).
In all, out of 50 top mountain peaks in the world, 30 are in Himalayan Range, 15 are in Karakoram Range, 3 are in Eastern Pamir Range, 1 in Pamir Range and 1 in Hengduan Shan Range. One can clearly see that Himalaya and Karakoram enjoy a monopoly when it comes to the highest peaks in the world.
From Gilgit onward, Karakoram Highway passes exclusively through Karakoram Range and provides excellent view of various peak. Though the highest peaks of Karakoram Range are concentrated around Baltoro Galcier which is a far flung area and can not be reach on a vehicle. Karakoram Highway, from Gilgit to Khunjerab Pass provide breathtaking views of some of the smaller (but famous) peak of the mighty Karakoram Range. Karakoram is rugged, steep and inhospitable but the greaat KKH snakes effortlessly through the majestic Karakoram Range.
If anyone has been to Pakistan and hasn't traveled through the Karakoram Range (portion of KKH between Gilgit to Khunjerab Pass), he / she has missed a lot. Any Pakistani who hasn't seen Karakoram Mountains should do it in the first opportunity.........who knows
Written 11 March 2017
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alikarim
Dallas, TX1,243 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Couples
The Karakoram Mountains extend all the way in Northern Pakistan, and we were fortunate to experience it by driving from the Khunjerab Pass (16,200ft) border crossing with China all thru the HUnza Valley to Gilgit, and then onto Skardu and Khaplu.
Highly recommended for scenic country with snow capped mountains and glacier rivers; as well as for Trekking and Mountain Climbing.
If the Pakistani Govt can develop this area; the tourist potential is enormous
Written 18 September 2016
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NadeemMuhammadRiaz
Rawalpindi, Pakistan29 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2015 • Friends
i have a good experiense when i travTourists please try to understand that these mountains are quite away from Peshawar you might have to take a flight to Gilgit. Even after...el with natco bus services it is 33 hour travel one of the beautiful mountain range in Pakistan.I recommend tourist to come and see the beautiful Mountains in Pakistan.
Written 3 July 2015
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Drkhurrum
Peshawar, Pakistan155 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014 • Friends
,Karakrum Mountains can be Visited if you are Montaineer and have love of Mountains and it is also called the Roof of the World and Pamier is Nearby and in Pakistan the Alpine club Established since 1970 , and it can offer Mountaineering facilities and Training . Karakoram are one of Most Beutiful places on Earth .

Karakoram is a Turkic term meaning black gravel. The name was first applied by local traders to the Karakoram Pass.

Karakorum is also a Sub Range of Hindu Kush Mountain that is found in Pakistan in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Northern Area of Gilgit and Baltistan. The Karakoram is in one of the world's most geologically active areas, at the boundary between two colliding continents of Europe and Asia and Found on Boundary of Pakistan Durand line with Afghanistan and in North from these Mountain Ranges this Boundary starts and finished near Arabia Sea.

A significant part, 28-50% of the Karakoram Range is glaciated, compared to the Himalaya (8-12%) and Alps (2.2%).Mountain glaciers may serve as an indicator of climate change, advancing and receding with long-term changes in temperature and precipitation.[9] Karakoram glaciers are mostly stagnating or enlarging, because, unlike in the Himalayas, many Karakoram glaciers are covered in a layer of rubble which insulates the ice from the warmth of the sun. Where there is no such insulation, the rate of retreat is high.

The Karakoram, in simplified Chinese: 喀喇昆仑山脉; traditional Chinese: 喀喇崑崙山脈; pinyin: Kālǎkūnlún Shānmài; , Kārākōram; Balti: ཁརན ཨ ཀུརམ Kharan-a-Kuram Uyghur: كاراكورم‎), is a large mountain range spanning the borders between Pakistan, India and China, located in the regions of Gilgit–Baltistan (Pakistan), Ladakh (India), and Xinjiang region (China).

As subrange of the Hindu Kush Himalayan Range, it is one of the Greater Ranges of Asia. The Karakoram is home to the highest concentration of peaks over 8000m in height to be found anywhere on earth, including K2, the second highest peak K2 in the world 8,611 m (28,251 ft).

The range is about 500 km (311 mi) in length, and is the most heavily glaciated part of the world outside the polar regions. The Siachen Glacier at 76 kilometres (47 mi) and the Biafo Glacier at 63 kilometres (39 mi) rank as the world's second and third longest glaciers outside the polar regions.

The Karakoram is bounded on the northeast by the edge of the Tibetan Plateau, and on the north by the Pamir Mountains.

The southern boundary of the Karakoram is formed, west to east, by the Gilgit, Indus, and Shyok Rivers, which separate the range from the northwestern end of the Himalaya range proper as these rivers converge southwestward towards the plains of Pakistan.

The Tashkurghan National Nature Reserve and the Pamir Wetlands National Nature Reserve in the Karalorun and Pamir mountains have been nominated for inclusion in UNESCO in 2010 by the National Commission of the People's Republic of China for UNESCO and has tentatively been added to the list.

The naming and division of the various subranges of the Karakoram is not universally agreed upon. However, the following is a list of the most important subranges, following Jerzy Wala. The ranges are listed roughly west to east.

Sub Rages are :
1. Batura Muztagh,
2. Rakaposhi-Haramosh Mountains,
3. Spantik-Sosbun Mountains
4. Hispar Muztagh
5. South Ghujerab Mountains
6. Panmah Muztagh
7. Wesm Mountains
8. Masherbrum Mountains
9. Baltoro Muztagh
10. Saltoro Mountains
11. Siachen Muztagh
12. Rimo Muztagh
13. Saser Muztagh

Passes in Karakorum are :

From west to east

1. Karakoram Pass
2. Kilik Pass
3. Mintaka Pass
4. Khunjerab Pass (the highest paved international border crossing at 4,693 m (15,397 ft))
5. Shimshal Pass
6. Mustagh Pass
7. Sasser Pass

Karakorum High way Passes through these Mountains and is Marvelous feet of Engineering and one of Highest Highway in the world , and it was Made by Chinese and Pakistani Army Engineers and it is a marvel to See.

The List of Mountains in Karakorum Range are As follows:

Nanga Parbat 8,125 Meters high is found in Diamer Region , About 37 Mountains are Found in Gaunche Region , 64 Mountain in Gilgit Region and 50 Mountain in Skardu region all Higher then 7KM or 7000 Meters are found in Northern Areas of Pakistan.

All in All 152 Mountains are found in Karkorum Sub range of Hindu Kush Mountains higher then 7Km in Vertical Height .

In This List the 31 Mountains of Pamir Sub Ranger of Hindu Kush Mountains Khyber Pakhtunkhwa about are not included found in Chitral Region also Known as Roof Top of the World .

Mountain Height Range Group District
1 Nanga Parbat 8,125 Himalayas Diamer Diamer
1 Saltoro Kangri No. I 7,742 Karakoram Soltoro Gaunche
2 Saltoro Kangri II 7,706 Karakoram Soltoro Gaunche
3 Chhaltoro Gang R1 N 7,700 Karakoram Soltoro Gaunche
4 Saser Kangri I 7,672 Karakoram Siachen (disputed)Gaunche
5 Mamostong Kangri 7,516 Karakoram Soltoro Gaunche
6 Saser Kangri E 7,513 Karakoram Siachen (disputed)Gaunche
7 Saser Kangri II W 7,500 Karakoram Siachen (disputed)Gaunche
8 Saser kangri III 7,495 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
9 K-12 7,469 Karakoram Soltoro Gaunche
10 Teram Kangri 1 7,463 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
11 Teram Kangri II 7,406 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
12 Rimo (S) No. I Peak 51 7,385 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
13 Teram Kangri III 7,382 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
14 Sherpi Kangri I Main 7,380 Karakoram Soltoro Gaunche
15 Rimo (S) No. II P-50 7,373 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
16 Sherpi Kangri No. II 7,370 Karakoram Soltoro Gaunche
17 Sherpi Kangri No. III 7,300 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
18 Teram kangri IV 7,300 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
19 K-6 7,282 Karakoram Saltoro Gaunche
20 Apsarasas-1 7,245 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
21 Apsarasas II 7,239 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
22 Apsarasas III E 7,236 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
23 Rimo No. II P-49 7,233 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
24 Apsarasas IV 7,227 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
25 Mt. Rose/Singhi Kan 7,202 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
26 Apsarasas V 7,187 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
27 Apsarasas III E 7,184 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
28 Apsarasas III W 7,181 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
29 Rimo No. III 7,169 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
30 Un-Named/Masherbrum 7,163 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
31 Depak 7,150 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
32 Apsarasas (S) 7,117 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
33 Sherpi Kangri 7,100 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
34 Link Sar 7,041 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
35 Apsarasas(E)/Un-Named7,000 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
36 Chogolisa(W)/Prupoo 7,000 Karakoram Boltoro Gaunche
37 Ghent III 7,000 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
38 Kaberi Peak 7,000 Karakoram Siachen (disputed) Gaunche
Gilgit Mountains Height Range Group District
1 Distaghil Sar Main 7,885 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
2 Kunyang Chhish/Main 7,852 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
3 Masherbrum NE/ (K-1) 7,821 Karakoram Bagrot Gilgit
4 Masherbrum 7,806 Karakoram Bagrot Gilgit
5 Rakaposhi 7,788 Karakoram Bagrot Gilgit
6 Batura No. I 7,785 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
7 Batura II 7,762 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
8 Distaghil Sar No. II 7,760 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
9 Kanjut Sar No. I 7,760 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
10 Batura No. II 7,730 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
11 Batura III 7,729 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
12 Trivor / Peak No. 8 7,720 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
13 Distaghil Sar (E) 7,700 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
14 Yukshin Garden Sar 7,641 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
15 Kunyang Chhich(S) 7,620 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
16 Shispare 7,611 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
17 Batura IV 7,594 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
18 Batura V 7,531 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
19 Yakshin Gardaan No. I 7,530 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
20 Kunyang Chhish (W)7,500 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
21 Pumari Chhish (W) 7,492 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
22 Pasu Massive M 7,478 Karakoram Baturagh Gilgit
23 Malubiting (W)_ 7,453 Karakoram Haramosh Gilgit
24 Muchu Chhish 7,453 Karakoram Batura h Gilgit
25 Pumari Chhish (N) 7,440 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
26 Yazghil Dome (S) 7,440 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
27 Haramosh No. I 7,409 Karakoram Haramosh Gilgit
28 Kunyang Chhish (E) 7,400 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
29 Pumari Chhish (S) 7,400 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
30 Yazghil Dome (N) 7,400 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
31 Ultar Sar No. I 7,388 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
32 Karun Kuh 7,350 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
33 Kunyang Chhish W 7,350 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
34 Pumari Chhish S 7,350 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
35 Momhil Sar / Peak - 7 7,343 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
36 Yutmaru Sar (S) 7,330 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
37 Bojohagur Duanasir 7,329 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
38 Kunyang Chhish (SE)7,320 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
39 Malanghutti 7,320 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
40 Ultar Sar II 7,310 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
41 Yazghil Domes N 7,300 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
42 Malubiting Central 7,291 Karakoram Haramosh Gilgit
43 Rakapohsi (E) 7,290 Karakoram Bagrot Gilgit
44 Passu/Peak No. 55 7,284 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
45 Pasu Massiv E 7,284 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
46 Diran /Minapin 7,273 Karakoram Bagrot Gilgit
47 Bularang Sar 7,200 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
48 Lugpahur Sar MD 7,200 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
49 Lupghar Sar (E) 7,200 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
50 Malubiting LC 7,200 Karakoram Haramosh Gilgit
51 Kampir Dior 7,168 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
52 Karun Koh 7,164 Karakoram Khunjerab Gilgit
53 Hachindar Chish 7,163 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
54 Kampir Dior 7,143 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
55 Kunyang Chhish (N)7,108 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
56 Ghenta 7,100 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
57 Lupghar II / Central 7,100 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
58 Yakshin Gardaan No. I 7,100 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
59 Ghenta 7,090 Karakoram Batura gh Gilgit
60 Malubiting (E) 7,010 Karakoram Haramosh Gilgit
61 Rakaposhi (E) 7,010 Karakoram Bagrot Gilgit
62 Lupghar Sar III (E) 7,000 Karakoram Hispar Gilgit
63 Sangemer Mar 7,000 Karakoram Batura Gilgit
64 Malubiting (NW) 7,300 Karakoram Haramosh Gilgitt
Skardu Mountains Height Group Range District
1 Chogori/K-2 8,611 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
3 Gasherbrum No. I/Hidden Peak 8,068 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
4 Falchan Kangri / Broad Peak 8,047 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
5 Gasherbrum No. II 8,035 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
6 Broad Peak Middle/Central8,016 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
7 Gasherbrum No. II 7,952 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
8 Gasherbrum No.l 7,925 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
9 Masherbrum W 7,750 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
10 Chogolisa No. I SW/E 7,665 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
11 Chogolisa No. II/NE 7,654 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
12 Broad Peak (N) 7,550 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
13 Skyang Kangri No.I 7,544 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
14 Skyang Kangri No. II 7,500 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
15 Sia Kangri No I/N 7,420 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
16 Skil Brum 7,360 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
17 Skyang Kangri M 7,357 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
18 Skyang Kangri W 7,345 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
19 Sia Kangri No II/ 7,325 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
20 Yazghil Domes 7,324 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
21 Gasherbrum No. V 7,321 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
22 Baltoro Kangri No. I 7,312 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
23 Baltoro Kangri No. III 7,300 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
24 Urdok No. I 7,300 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
25 Savoia Kangri 7,286 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
26 Baintha Brakk/Ogre 7,285 Karakoram Panmah Skardu
27 Baltoro Kangri No. III 7,280 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
28 Golden Throne SE 7,275 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
29 Golden Throne NW 7,274 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
30 Mustagh Tower (E) 7,273 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
31 Sia Kangri No. IV/Central 7,273 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
32 Golden Throne NE 7,270 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
33 Mustagh Tower (W) 7,270 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
34 Golden Throne SE 7,265 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
35 Summari 7,263 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
36 Baltoro Kangri No. V 7,260 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
37 Baltoro Kangri No. IV 7,254 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
38 Urdok Kangri I 7,200 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
39 Mustagh Tower (NW)7,180 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
40 Yermanenbu Kangril 7,163 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
41 Un-Named 7,150 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
42 Latok No. I 7,145 Karakoram Panmah Skardu
43 Gasherbrum V 7,133 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
44 Urdok No. II 7,082 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
45 Mandu Pk 7,081 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
46 Chogolisa Kangri I 7,071 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
47 Pyramid/Thyor 7,058 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
48 Spantik/Ghenish 7,027 Karakoram Haramosh Skardu
49 Chogolisa Kangri II 7,014 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
50 Gasherbrum No. VI 7,004 Karakoram Boltoro Skardu
Written 10 December 2014
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Saulatali
Lahore, Pakistan927 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2013 • Friends
one of the beautiful mountain range in Pakistan.I recommend tourist to come and see the beautiful Mountains in Pakistan.
Written 22 November 2014
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