Haramosh Kutwal Galli

Elevation (feet): 24,291
Elevation (meters): 4,800
Continent: Asia
Country: Pakistan
Range/Region: Karakoram
Latitude: 35.7167
Longitude: 74.1667
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Best months for climbing: May, Jun, Sep, Oct
Volcanic status: Extinct
Most recent eruption: 2002
Year first climbed: 1958
First successful climber(s): Austrian Expedition
Nearest major airport: Islamabad
Convenient Center: Gilgit

Thanks to Tyler Durden for adding this peak.

Haramosh Kutwal Galli (Laila Peak) is a big glacier wall if one see from NW. South side is opposite, a scar-face wall,this mountain support an elevate numbers of avalanches at day,located at the west end of karakorum range.

This peak was also dangerous but now a day it is not.There happened AVALANCHE an killed people and their goats.The people have made a SHRINE Of HAZRAT ABBAS(A.S)[son of HAZRAT ALI(A.S)]at the base of peak.After this they did not face any natural disaster.

By crossing this peak one can easily reach SKARDU(Baltistan).Every year thousands of visiters come from SKARDU to Haramosh through this peak.

Thanks to Tyler Durden for this description.

Weather

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Trip Reports

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  • Log #20695 - by rashid ali on Mar 18, 2007
    i and my freinds went to search some goats.these goats were missed by my freind's father.we were climbing on the peak.we found no goat there.