K7 PEAK (6935m), This pinnacle is arranged in the Saltoro and Masherbrum ranges. The close by ice sheets are Kaberi and Charakusa. Conceivable course to the pinnacle is from Khapulo in Baltistan through Tagas, Dumsum and Kaberi ice sheet. A few maps show its tallness as 6,934m, while others show it as 6,935m.
It was in 1955 that individuals from Harvard Mountaineering Club Karamoram Expedition inspected K-7 top with the end goal of ascending it. In 1976, an eight part solid endeavor of Fukuoka Climbing Club undertaking from Japan gave their clack a shot this pinnacle. It anyway fizzled as a result of lack of time. In 1977, the Japan Asia University Karakoram Expedition drove by Nabue Sakamoto endeavored the top from its west face through Charakusa ice sheet yet was ineffective. The gathering comprised of 12 individuals. Its climbing chief was Hiroshi Ishkikawa. In 1982, another Japanese gathering called Hosho campaign, drove by Masayoki Hoshina endeavored the pinnacle again from Charakusa ice sheet. This six part endeavor could arrive at 6,096m.
Again in 1984, an Australian campaign of Roddy Mackenzie, which comprised of four people, gave its karma a shot the pinnacle, however couldn’t climb it. Around the same time the Japan Ski Alpine Club undertaking of T. Nagata which comprised of eight people additionally attempted to climb the pinnacle. Three of its individuals arrived at the top on eighth August. Following day, the pioneer and two different individuals additionally arrived at the pinnacle. Prior, the gathering set up five camps and a base camp on Charakusa ice sheet.