The Beka Brakai Chhok , is a mountain of the Karakorum , Pakistan , composed of 3 peaks, Central 6882 mt, North-East 6845 mt and South this high 6810 m .
The South peak, with its characteristic shape reminiscent of the Matterhorn and earned it the nickname “Hunza Matterhorn”, is one of the last mountains in the area to have been conquered. For decades, this peak, due to cartographic misunderstandings and contrasting detections, was erroneously considered to be 6940 m high . The honor of the conquest is of two Italians, Simone Moro and Hervé Barmasse , who, in alpine style , on 1st August 2008, took the top first after the numerous attempts made by various British and New Zealand expeditions.
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FeaturedThe Haramosh II is a mountain in the Karakorum Mountains in Pakistan . The 6666 m high Haramosh II is located in the Rakaposhi Haramosh Mountains in the “Little Karakorum”. It is connected by a ridge with the 12.94 km southwest Haramosh ( 7406 m ). In between is a 5700 m saddle and the Mani Peak ( 6685 m ), a side summit of the Haramosh. Along the west flank of Haramosh II, the Haramosh Glacier flows north to the Chogolungma Glacier . On the opposite side of the Haramosh Glacier rises Laila Peak ( 6986 m ). To Read more...
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