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Chogolisa (7665 m)

Chogolisa is one of the impressive and elegant peaks in the Karakorams. Its four ridges, of which three have already been climbed, culminate in the form of two summits. The peak is highly exposed to winds with deep snow.

Herman Buhl and Kurt Diemberger attempted this peak first time in 1957 just two weeks after the successful climb of Broad Peak. They called off their attempt at 7100 meters due to bad whether and on way back the conqueror of Killer Mountain (Nanga Parbat) lost his life. However, M. Fujihara and K. Hirai of Japan made the first successful North East summit on August 4, 1958.

Austrian climbers G. Ammerer and F. Pressl made the slightly higher South West summit on August 3 1975.

  • Day 01: Islamabad
  • Day 02: Briefing
  • Day 03: Islamabad-Chilas
  • Day 04: Chilas-Skardu
  • Day 05: Skardu
  • Day 06: Skardu-Askoli
  • Day 07: Askoli-Bardumal
  • Day 08: Bardumal-Paiju
  • Day 09: Rest Day
  • Day 10: Paiju-Urdukus
  • Day 11: Urdukus-Goro II
  • Day 12: Goro II-Vigne Glacier
  • Day 13: Vigne Glacier-Base Camp
  • Day 14-36: Climbing
  • Day 37: Base Camp-Goro II
  • Day 38: Goro II-Paiju
  • Day 39: Paiju-Korofong
  • Day 40: Korofong-Askoli
  • Day 41: Askoli-Skardu
  • Day 42: Skardu-Chilas
  • Day 43: Chilas-Islamabad
  • Day 44: Debriefing
  • Day 45: Departure

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