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Gasherbrum I - Mountain or mount of 8068 MSL, one of the eight-thousanders the planet Earth, located in the Karakoram Mountain Range, in China and Pakistan. Also called K5 (TG Montgomery in 1856), Hidden Peak (William Martin Conway in 1892) or Moravi I. His first ascent was recorded July 5, 1958 by american mountaineers Andrew Kauffman and Pete Schoening. Coordinates: 35°43´00"N 76°42´00"E.


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Origin of the term - Balti.


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Synonyms - Related words or with the same meaning: K5, hidden peak, moravi I, eight-thousanders, himalayas, mountaineering, climbing.


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