The Gul Lasht Zom is a 6657 m high mountain in the Hindu Kush in the Pakistani province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa .
The Gul Lasht Zom can be seen as a pyramid of snow from the Upper Tirich Glacier . The mountain rises west of the Upper Tirich Glacier 14.5 km northwest of the Tirich Mir and 12.3 km southwest of the Noshak . To the west, it is drained by the Arkari Gol , a left tributary of the Lutkho . 1.9 km east is the eastern summit ( 6611 m ,). From the 4.6 km southeastern summit ( 6470 m , ) leads a ridge to Tirich Mir.
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- Hindu Raj,Lutkho Valley,Pakistan
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