Masherbrum


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Ma·sher·brum

 (mŭsh′ər-bro͞om′)
A peak, 7,821 m (25,659 ft) high, in the Karakoram Range of the Himalaya Mountains in Kashmir. It was first scaled in 1960.

Masherbrum

(ˈmʌʃəˌbrʊm) or

Masharbrum

n
(Placename) a mountain in N India, in N Kashmir in the Karakoram Range of the Himalayas. Height: 7822 m (25 660 ft)
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Then we also have the world's second highest mountain peak K-2 (8, 611-metre high besides such summits as Nanga Parbat (8, 126m) Masherbrum (7, 821), Rakaposhi (7, 788), Tirich Mir (7, 708) and many more.
The French skiers Carole Chambaret, Tiphaine Duperier and Boris Langenstein have caused a sensation with what is defined as the first complete descent on skis from the splendid peak of Laila Peak.Situated between the Chogolisa and the Masherbrum in the Pakistani Karakorum, this peak is known as one of the most beautiful mountains in the world, with the spectacular 1500m northwest wall offering a constant slope of around 50 degrees.
Major Javed Akhtar Khan was an expert mountaineer and became first Pakistani to summit a "major" peak, when he reached atop Masherbrum (7821 metres), also called K1, on July 8th, 1960.
Besides these there are many peaks and glaciers like Gasherbrum, Masherbrum, Biafo and Hispar are attracting thousands of climbers and expedition groups every year.
Besides these, the pegmatites are also present at Garam Chashma in the western Karakoram and the Hushe and Masherbrum regions of the Karakoram metamorphic complex.
Mount Masherbrum rises like a glistening white spire at the northern end of the Hushe Valley.
Masherbrum, also known as "K-1" is not quite like Everest or K-2, but its meters of elevation convert to 25,659 feet, an awesome mountain that sits among the highest, steepest, and most rugged mountains I have ever seen.
If we continued north into that valley we would come to the Masherbrum peak, located in the Ghanche District of Gilgit Baltistan.
David Hamilton has visited the Karakoram in Pakistan every year for the past 12 years He has made explorations of several mountain areas and organised expeditions to 7,000 and 8,000-metre peaks including Masherbrum and Gasherbrum I and II.