Central Karakoram National Park
|Central Karakoram National Park|
|Location||Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir, Asia|
Central Karakoram National Park or Karakoram National Park is situated in Gilgit-Baltistan, which is a region under dispute between India and Pakistan, but administered by Pakistan  It encompasses some of the world’s highest peaks and largest glaciers. Internationally renowned for mountaineering, rock climbing and trekking opportunities, it covers an area of about 10,000 sq. Km and contains the greatest concentration of high mountains on earth. It has four peaks over 8,000 m including K-2 (8611 m), Gasherbrum-II (8035 m), Gasherberum-I (8068 m) and Broad Peak, 8051 m; and sixty peaks higher than 7,000 m. 
Trango Towers are also situated in this region. Trango Towers is family of world tallest rock towers situated in Central Karakoram National Park. Every year, a number of expeditions visit Karakoram to climb the most challenging granite cliffs.www.pakistanalpine.com/TrangoTowers
- Northern Areas of [Azad Kashmir]]
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- "Twenty years on: India's & Pakistan's beautiful national park still devoid of management plan". Express Tribune. 30 June 2013. Retrieved 7 July 2013.
- Objects of Desire in the Northern Areas - Report by John Mock, UC Berkeley
- Mountain Protected Areas in Pakistan - Report by John Mock, UC Berkeley
- Central Karakoram National Park Official Website