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Passu Sar
پسو سر
Batura valley Passu.jpg
North face of the so called Batura wall with Passu (left half) and Batura (right half) massifs. Passu Sar is the summit on the left of the col in the center. On the right there are Muchu Chhish and Batura I-III
Highest point
Elevation7,478 m (24,534 ft) 
Ranked 54th[1]
Prominence647 m (2,123 ft) [1]
Coordinates36°29′16″N 74°35′16″E / 36.48778°N 74.58778°E / 36.48778; 74.58778
Passu Sar پسو سر is located in Pakistan
Passu Sar پسو سر
Passu Sar
پسو سر
Location in Gilgit-Baltistan
Passu Sar پسو سر is located in Gilgit Baltistan
Passu Sar پسو سر
Passu Sar
پسو سر
Passu Sar
پسو سر
(Gilgit Baltistan)
LocationGilgit District, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
Parent rangeBatura Muztagh, Karakoram
First ascentAugust 7, 1994 by Max Wallner, Dirk Naumann, Ralf Lehmann, Volker Wurnig[2]

Passu Sar (Urdu: پسو سر‎; or Passu Sar, Passu I) is a mountain peak in the Batura Muztagh, a sub-range of the Karakoram mountain range, in the Gilgit District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, west of the Hunza Valley. It is the high point of the Passu massif, which also includes Passu Diar (or "Passu East", "Pasu II"). The peak lies on the main ridge of the Batura Muztagh, about 7 km (4 mi) east of Batura Sar.

Passu Sar was first climbed on August 7, 1994 by Max Wallner, Dirk Naumann, Ralf Lehmann, and Volker Wurnig.[2]

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See also


  1. ^ a b Jerzy Wala, Batura Muztagh, orographical sketch map, Gdansk, 1988.
  2. ^ a b American Alpine Journal, 1995, p. 296.

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