Amin Brakk rock climbing
Amin Brakk in Nangma valley is a well known and beautiful rock wall in Baltistan Region. The mount Amin Peak is situated in Gilgit-Baltistan of the Karakorm range in Ghanchey District of Khaplu territory. The West face of Amin Brakk, quoted 5850m is close to the head of a side branch of Nangma Valley. 1996, is the year to make a first attempt on it. The climber Jon Lazkano is also a Basque climbers from West . When he attempted a line on the adjacent North West Face of Nawaz Brakk during the first climbing expedition to this hidden peak. He experienced it as one of the most complex and extended wall and hardest than Trongo Tower. The face formed the target for a group of British climbers first saw the wall during their previous visit. The American climbers ascent this Great Tower for the first time.
Changi Tower, part of Amin Brakk:
Changi Tower is also a part of Amin massif. Paul Weber and Ned Norton made their First ascent from Changi Tower route. They started to the left of Excess Baggage up a slanting corner system then cutting through the last named route to finish on the North Summit. Australia’s and New Zealand’s international women’s team, Abby Watkins, Vera Wong and Nicola Woodford also made first ascents from the Nangma Changi Tower.
More About Amin Brakk:
Most part of Amin brakk rock contains granite, gneiss, or schist. However, the predominant rock type is granite, the couloirs then dog legs left parallel to the face and the routes follow this to a small saddle. There are also many other unclimbed peaks in the valley. There is no climbing fee or royalty bonding below 6500 meter peaks in Pakistan. You can just apply for online visa and start climbing with your guide and have a life time Experience on Amin Barkk Nangma valley Pakistan.
|Camp nights:||9-11||Hotels nights:||2-4|
|Grade:||Technical/Difficult||Best Period:||July to September|