Rock Climbing in Khane Valley, Karakoram Park, Pakistan

5000 - 6000 m/16404 - 19685 ft
Khane Valley is situated in the Karakoram range of Pakistan. The valley has to offer many peaks, unclimbed and unknown steep Big Wall ascents, perfectly suitable for rock climbing enthusiasts.

The valley hosts many hidden rock areas that will provide you with the climbing excitement you are looking for. Two of its peaks, the Grey Tower and the Levski Peak were first climbed in 2011 by a team of Bulgarian alpines.

Climbing there offers mainly easy to moderate level fo difficulty, containing a couple of 6a+6b sections. The summit on the other hand is an ideal rock needle which has a 2×3 m/6.6×9.1 ft platform on top from where you can admire the amazing views in all directions.

The rock valley is perfect with peaks that range between 5000 to 6000 m/16404 to 19685 ft high with most of them being unclimbed. This valley has been visited only by a few climbers and provides with great rock climbing opportunities to daring awaiting aspiring climbers.

On the spot, you will find various classic lines and many other snow peaks and unclimbed rocks. Route development and new exploration are only some of the opportunities you will come across. The only thing left to do is to choose the adventure pattern that suits you best and make it happen.