Mitre Peak

Mitre Peak is a mountain in the Karakoram range, situated at the confluence of the Baltoro and Godwin Austin glaciers. Its elevation is less than surrounding peaks, which include many of the highest peaks of the world, including K2, Broad Peak, and Gasherbrum I and II.  Despite its smaller stature, Mitre Peak is nevertheless well-known as it rises majestically above Concordia, a central camp for mountaineering expeditions en route to the higher peaks.

Climbing Mitre Peak involves technical climbing on ice/rock, grade V-VII.

Elevation (feet): 19,767
Elevation (meters): 6,025
Continent: Asia
Country: Pakistan
Range/Region: Karakoram
Latitude: 35.718039
Longitude: 76.503064
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug
Nearest major airport: Islamabad
Convenient Center: Gilgit

Thanks to Terrill Thompson for contributing to these details. (View history)

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