Laila Peak (6096 m) Karakoram Range, Pakistan

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Laila Peak (6096 m)

Laila Peak in Hushe Valley near Gondogoro Glacier is in Karakoram range and is 6096 m high. It has a distinctive spear-like shape. Its northwest face has a slope of 45 degrees in more than 1500 vertical meters. It has been climbed by Simon Yates, among others. According to the local people in Hushe, Laila peak has been climbed only twice, a total of only seven people have summited.

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