Link Sar is one of the unclimbed peaks in Karakorum. There is a tow route going to Link Sar form Hushe K7 and Kaberi Glacier Kondus valley. The west bay of the Kaberi Glacier below Link Sar was probably first visited by western mountaineers in 1964, when a German expedition used it to approach the flanks of the unclimbed K6 to the west. They christened the unnamed 7,040m peak Berliner but it subsequently became known as Link Sar. A 1979 Japanese expedition made the first and only attempt on Link Sar during the period between 1974 and 1979, when the Karakorum reopened. In July 1979, Kihuo Goto's Japanese team established Base Camp on the Kondus Glacier, then placed four camps on the Link Sar Glacier and the avalanche prone East Face. After reaching 6,100 m on the face, the team felt the route was simply too dangerous and gave up.
Elevation (feet): 23,100 Elevation (meters): 7,041 Continent: Asia Country: Pakistan Range/Region: Karakoram Latitude: 35.42207 Longitude: 76.302795 Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug Most recent eruption: July 1979, Kihuo Goto's Japanese team established Base Camp on the Kondus Glacier, Nearest major airport: Sakardu Airport Convenient Center: Kondus
Address: Karakoram,Masherbrum Mountains,Pakistan