Momhil Sar Peak registration is open for all seasons. We are offering Momhil Sar Peak for mountaineers, climbers and alpinists from around the world. Momhil Sar or Mumhail Sar as pronounced in Wakhi is at 7,414 metres (24,324 ft) above sea level, is the 64th highest mountain peak in the world. Mumhail Sar in Wakhi means the mountain that overlooks or is above Grandmother’s cattle pen or paddock. It is situated in Shimshal Valley the Hispar Muztagh subrange of the Karakoram range, a few kilometres to the north-west of its parent peak Trivor. The first people to reach the top were Hans Schell and his expedition, in 1965. Momhil Sar (7,343m) or Momal Sar is a mountain in the Hispar Village of the Nagar Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan. It is at an elevation of 7,343 metres (24,091 ft). Momhil Sar is part of the Hispar Muztagh which is a sub-range of the mighty Karakorum Mountains of Pakistan. In Pakistan, Momhil is ranked at 26th whereas it is ranked 64th highest peak in the world. The meaning of the name ‘Momhil’ translates to ‘the mountain that overlooks’ or ‘the mountain that is above Grandmother’s cattle pen or paddock’. Momhil Sar is part of the prestigious Karakorum Mountains of Pakistan. The Karakorum Mountain Range is a massive chain of mountains across Pakistan and China that hosts one of the greatest mountains of the world including K2. It is 500km long and 200km wide and connects with Hindukush and Himalaya Mountains at few points.
The Range also hosts many different rivers including the Hunza River and the Indus River. The best time for the ascent to the summit is during the Summers of Pakistan between May to August. After the expedition to the peak, one can trek towards Concordia which is sometimes called the ‘Throne Room of The Mountain Gods’ for the giant peaks that lie in the region or one can head back to Nagar Valley which is considered one of the most beautiful locations in Pakistan for its green pastures and beautiful culture and heritage.
|No of Days||From||To|
|Day 5||karimabad||nagar/base camp|
|Day 39||islamabad||extra day|
|Day 40||Islamabad||See off|