Elevation: 24,970' (7,611 m)
Prominence: 4,072' (1,241 m)
Location Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
Mountain Range: Karakoram
First ascent: July 21, 1974
First ascenders: Leszek Cichy, Herbert Oberhofer, M. Grochowski, J. Poreba, A. Mlynarczyk, J. Holnicki-Szulc, Hubert Bleicher
Shispare peak is also called "Shispare Sar" and "Shisparé Sar".
Shispare Peak is located in Karakoram mountain range of Pakistan in Passu Glacier.This glacier is linked with Batura Glacier. Shispare Peak lies at the east of the Batura Wall, which is the highest part of the Batura glacier.
Shispare Peak is at the elevation of 24,970' (7,611 m). Prominence: 4,072' (1,241 m).
Shispare Peak is ranks as the 14th highest mountain in Gilgit-Baltistan and the 19th highest mountain in Pakistan. The nearest peaks located to this peak are Bojohaghur Duanasir, Shanoz, Atabad, Batura Sar, Shunuk, and Shaujerab.
The Hunza River curves around the south west, and northwest sides of the Batura Muztagh, and Shispare towers above the western bank of the river.In turn, the Hunza Valley lies in the Gilgit District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
Shispare peak commands large drops in three directions (north, east, and south). Shispare has a strikingly large and steep north east.It is copy of K2 and one of the most beautiful peak in the region.
Shispare was the first major peak in the range to be successfully climbed, in 1974, by the "Polish-German Academic Expedition" under the leadership of Janusz Kurczab. Bleicher, L. Cichy, M. Grochowski, J. Holnicki-Szulc, A. Mlynarczyk, H. Oberhofer, J. Poreba.The first ascent route followed the Pasu Glacier to the East Ridge, between the Pasu and Ghulkin Glacier.
Best time to climb Shispare Peak is from June to August.