K6 is such a little name for this huge peak in the Charakusa valley of northern Pakistan is the 89th highest mountain in the world. It's north face is almost 3000 meters long, a vertical cocktail of rock, ice, snow and serac. The North face of K6 is as beautiful as Baintha Brakk (Ogre) or Latok. The unique ascent of this wonderful summit was accomplished by Austrian Expedition Edi Koblmüller. He first visited Pakistan in 1970 when he made the first ascent of the very difficult K6 (7,281m) from the Nangma Glacier with Von der Hecken , G. Haberl, G. Pressl. K6 has only been climbed two times.
K-6 has huge, steep faces, and great relief above the nearby valleys, making it an impressive peak.