Concordia (Urdu: کونکورڈیا) is the name for the confluence of the mighty Baltoro Glacier and the Godwin-Austen Glacier in the heart of the Karakoram mountain range of Pakistan. It is located in the Baltistan region of Pakistan, at 4,691 metres (15,390 ft) above sea level. The area is often used as a base camp for mountaineering expeditions on K2 and other nearby peaks, and is also a popular destination for trekkers and backpackers.
The name was first applied by the English mountaineer Aleister Crowley during the 1902 Eckenstein/Crowley attempt on K2 and comes from this location's similarity to another glacial confluence, also named Concordia, in the Bernese Oberland of the Central Alps.
- Baltoro Glacier
- Godwin-Austen Glacier
- Vigne Glacier
- Gondogoro Pass
- Northern Areas
- Sarpo Laggo Glacier
- Trango Towers
- List of mountains in Pakistan
- List of highest mountains
- Deosai National Park
- Confessions of Aleister Crowley, page 311, Arkana Books, 1989
- "'The Ghosts of K2' Adds Twists to the Early K2 Saga". 2015-11-10.