Following are the Top Ten Highest Mountain Peaks In Pakistan.
10. Batura Sar
Batura Sar, likewise alluded to as Batura I, is the 25th most astounding mountain on earth and the tenth most astounding in Pakistan. It is the most noteworthy pinnacle of the Batura Muztagh, which is the westernmost subrange of the Karakoram range.
Masherbrum is situated in the Ghanche District, Gilgit Baltistan of Pakistan. At 7,821 meters it is the 22nd most astounding mountain on the planet and the ninth most astounding in Pakistan.
8. Khunyang Chhish
Khunyang Chhish or Kunyang Chhish is the second-most elevated mountain in the Hispar Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakoram piles of Pakistan. Interchange varieties of the name incorporate Kunyang Kish and Khiangyang Kish, among others.
7. Distaghil Sar
Disteghil Sar or Distaghil Sar or Destghil Sar is the most elevated mountain in the Hispar Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakoram mountain range, in Gilgit-Baltistan. It is the nineteenth most noteworthy mountain on earth and the seventh most astounding crest in Pakistan.
6. Gasherbrum IV
Gasherbrum IV is the seventeenth most noteworthy mountain on Earth and the sixth most elevated in Pakistan. It is one of the tops in the Gasherbrum massif.
5. Gasherbrum II
Gasherbrum II above ocean level. It is the third-most noteworthy pinnacle of the Gasherbrum massif, and is situated in the Karakoram, on the outskirt between Gilgit–Baltistan area, Pakistan, and Xinjiang, China.
4. Broad Peak
Expansive Peak is the twelfth most elevated mountain on the planet at 8,051 meters above ocean level. The exacting interpretation of “Wide Peak” to Falchan Kangri is not acknowledged among the Balti individuals.
3. Gasherbrum I
Gasherbrum I, otherwise called Hidden Peak or K5, is the eleventh most astounding mountain on the planet at 8,080 meters above ocean level. It is situated on the Pakistani–Chinese fringe in Gilgit–Baltistan district of Pakistan and Xinjiang locale of China.
2. Nanga Parbat
Nanga Parbat is the ninth most elevated mountain on the planet at 8,126 meters above ocean level. It is the western stay of the Himalayas around which the Indus waterway skirts into the fields of Pakistan.