Saraghrar

Elevation (feet): 24,110
Elevation (meters): 7,349
Continent: Asia
Country: Pakistan
Range/Region: Hindu Kush
Latitude: 36
Longitude: 71
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug
Year first climbed: 1959
First successful climber(s): Fosco Maraini, Franco Alletto, Giancarlo Castelli, Paolo Consiglio and Betto Pinelli
Nearest major airport: Rawalpindi
Convenient Center: Rawalpindi

Thanks to Mark de Saint-Rat for adding this peak.

Saraghrar is the fourth highest independent peak in the Hindu Kush. The entire Saraghrar massif is a huge, irregular stretched plateau at elevation around 7,000 m (22,966 ft), lying above vertical granite and ice faces, which protect it all around. Its distinct summits are poorly identified, and information gathered from expeditions that have visited the area is often misleading. The main summits are: NE summit (7349m), NW summit (7300m), SW summit (7148m), S summit (7307m) and SE summit (7208m). To date (2005), the NW summit is the only unclimbed peak of the massif.

Thanks to Mark de Saint-Rat for this description.