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Table 28 : The Top Five Peaks in Pakistan and Their Heights Latitude
and Longitude

1. K-2
8,611m 35 53'N, 76 31'E, Nearby glacier(s) Godwin-Austen and
Savoia.
First Climb
The Peak was climbed in 1954 by an Italian Mountaineering Expedition Party
which was led by Professor Ardito Desio, Lino Lacedelli and Achille
Compagnoni merd ascent via Abruzzi ridge.


2.
NANGA PARBAT
8,125m 35 74'N, 74 - 35'E. Nearby glacier(s) Diamir, Rakhiot and
Rupal.
First Climb
The Peak was climbed in June, 1953 by the legendary mountaineer,
Hermann Buhl.


3.
GASHERBRUM NO.I
8,068m 35 43'N, 76 42'E, Nearby glacier(s) West and South
Gasherbrum).
First Climb
The Peak was climbed in 1958 by an American expedition.


4.
BROAD PEAK
8,047m 35 48'N, 76 34'E, Nearby glacier(s) Godwin Austen and
Broad.
First Climb
The Peak was climbed in 1957 by an Austrian expedition.

5.
GASHERBRUM NO.II
8,035m 35 45'N, 76 39'E, Nearby glacier(s) South Gasherbrum and
Abruzzi.
First Climb
The Peak was climbed in 1956 by an Austrian expedition.


Source:
The Unique Mountains by Naseer Ullah Awan.