Alpine Adventure Guides Pakistan offering some of the best adventure rock climbing on the globe. The Karakorum Range Pakistan has many extensive granite peaks; an amazing peak in the Trango and Nameless Tower valley with numbers of six thousand meters peaks in this area attracted many rock climbers though success speed.

Rock climbing in the Karakoram can be world class or terrible depending where you go and which peak is your objective to climb.  At the Western end of the Baltoro Muztagh, north of the Baltoro Glacier the Trango Towers are the Karakoram’s most famous rock. In close proximity are other colossal spires such as the Cathedral Towers, Uli Biaho Tower,  Ogri Latok peaks, and Shipton Spire. The Nangma Valley is home to Amin Brakk the Great Tower. The Charakusa Glacier is also excellent with K-7 being the most famous. This Peak is situated in inaccessible the Karakorum Range Baltistan. These valleys have received a lot of climbers in the last ten years or so and there are already various ‘classic’ lines. New routes are being put up every year in these latter areas. Hare are great opportunities for new exploration and route development. The Ministry of Tourism, Government of Pakistan made open (free) to climb peaks up to 6500m (without royalty fee) and Liaison officer.

 

 

 

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Khor Kangri 6268 M

Alpine Adventure Guides Pakistan offering some of the best adventure rock spires climbing on the globe. The Karakorum is an
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Khridas and Khane Valley

The Kharidas is a narrow and steep valley between the Nangma and Charakusa with numerous fine Pyramid Peak 5,000M to
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Amin Brakk Nangma Valley

Nangma valley is one of the most well known and beautiful rock wall in Baltistan Region, The mount Amin Peak
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Greate Trango Expedition

Great Trango Tower is one of the most spectacular granite towers in the world; Nameless and Trango Tower are among
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Latok ogre Expedition

The Latok group is a small cluster of dramatic mixture of ice and rock in the Panmah Muztagh, part of