Masherbrum is the 22nd highest peak on earth and the 11th tallest in our country with a eminence of around 2450m. It is situated in the Hushe district Ganche Baltistan which is home to most of the tallest peaks in the Karakorum range of Pakistan. Masherbrum 7821m is the highest of the Masherbrum range Mountains, that is a sub-range of Karakorum including Chogolisa which is 7665m and K6 that stands tall at 7281m situated in the southern crest of the region.
Masherbrum was first observed by the military of the subcontinent by Thomas Montgomerie in 1856 who indicated it as the tallest in the range as K1 though Masherbrum is rarely addressed as K1 today. The massif of the peak comprises of 2 main summits. The North summit or the main summit stands at 7821m where as the South West peak lies is 7806m. These two summits have been climbed whereas the main peak was initially scaled by Willi Unsoeld and George Bell who were a part of American expedition in 1960. The expedition preferred the south west route at that time.
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