Batura I (7785 m), The most noteworthy top in the Batura Range is Batura I with 7,785 meters. In 1947, RCF Schomberg investigated the southern ways to deal with Batura from Baltar and Kukuay icy masses and discovered them hindered by a sheer mountain mass of a stature of about 6,000ft. Prior, in September 1925, a solid overview exploratory group of Dr. Philips Christian Visser, his significant other Jenny Visser-Hooft and others, in the wake of coming back to Passu by means of Karun Pir, is expressed to have investigated the entire of Batura Glacier.
In 1976, German Goppinger Himalayan campaign of Dr. Alexander Schlee, comprising of six people, went to the zone to climb the pinnacle. In the wake of setting up base camp and five different camps, two of its individuals climbed the pinnacle conquering an extremely awful and shady day.
The other close by top is called Batura II or pinnacle No.31. Some European maps show its tallness as 7,730m while Japanese maps show it as 7,760m and 7,710m.