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Kanjut Sar - Wikipedia

Kanjut Sar (Urdu: کنجت سر ‎) or Kunjudh Sar as pronounced in "Wakhi" is a mountain located in the Hispar Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakoram mountain range. Kunjudh Sar in wakhi language mean that which overlooks Kunjudh, or above Kunjudh, while Khujudh is the wakhi name for Lower Hunza.


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Kanjut Sar Mountain Information

Kanjut Sar consists of two peaks: Kanjut Sar I at 7,760 metres (25,459 ft). Kanjut Sar II, to the south east of I, at 6,831 m (22,411 ft). Kanjut Sar I was first climbed in 1959 by Camillo Pellissier, member of an Italian expedition directed by Guido Monzino.


https://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Kanjut-Sar


Hunza (princely state) - Wikipedia

Hunza (Urdu: ہنزہ ‎), also known as Kanjut, was a princely state in a subsidiary alliance with British India from 1892 to August 1947, for three months was unaligned, and then from November 1947 until 1974 was a princely state of Pakistan.


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Kanjut Sar Overview - Peakware.com

Kanjut Sar (25459 ft./7760 m.), Karakoram , Central Asia Ranges, Pakistan - facts, photos, maps, trip reports, and routes. is one of thousands of mountains profiled ...


https://peakware.com/peaks.php?pk=903


Asia, Pakistan, Kanjut Sar - AAC Publications - Search The ...

Kanjut Sar. An Italian expedition under the leadership of Guido Monzino climbed Kanjut Sar (25,460 feet) by its southern side. This peak rises above a tributary of the Hispar Glacier. Eight guides from Valtournache, Jean Bich, Pierino and Pacifico Pession, Marcello and Leonardo Carrel, Camillo ...


http://publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12196016103/Asia-Pakistan-Kanjut-Sar


A Stroke of Luck - earthobservatory.nasa.gov

With a height of 7,760 meters (25,460 feet), Kanjut Sar is the 11th highest mountain in Pakistan and the 26th highest in the world. Though not frequently climbed, it is well-known for its avalanches. In a report published by the American Alpine Club, climber Toni Spring recounted a close call with an avalanche on the mountain in 1986.


https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/90528/a-stroke-of-luck


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