Chogolisa (7665 m), Chogolisa is one of the amazing and exquisite tops in the Karakorams. Its four edges, of which three have just been climbed, come full circle as two summits. The pinnacle is exceptionally presented to twists with profound day off.
Herman Buhl and Kurt Diemberger endeavored this pinnacle first time in 1957 only two weeks after the fruitful move of Broad Peak. They canceled their endeavor at 7100 meters because of terrible whether and on path back the champion of Killer Mountain (Nanga Parbat) lost his life. Be that as it may, M. Fujihara and K. Hirai of Japan made the principal fruitful North East summit on August 4, 1958.
Austrian climbers G. Ammerer and F. Pressl made the marginally higher South West summit on August 3 1975.