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Trivor is located in Pakistan
Location in Pakistan
Highest point
Elevation 7,577 m (24,859 ft) 
Ranked 39th
Prominence 980 m (3,220 ft)
Coordinates 36°17′15″N 75°05′10″E / 36.28750°N 75.08611°E / 36.28750; 75.08611Coordinates: 36°17′15″N 75°05′10″E / 36.28750°N 75.08611°E / 36.28750; 75.08611
Location Gilgit District, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
Parent range Hispar Muztagh
First ascent 1960 by Wilfrid Noyce, Jack Sadler (British/US)
Easiest route Northwest Ridge: glacier/snow/ice climb

Trivor is one of the high peaks of the Hispar Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakoram range in the Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan. Its height is often given as 7,728 metres, but this elevation is not consistent with photographic evidence.[1] The height given here is from a Russian 1:100,000 topographic map.[2]

There have been only two successful climbs of this peak; the first ascent was in 1960 by a British-American party.[3]


  • Jerzy Wala, Orographical Sketch Map of the Karakoram, Swiss Foundation for Alpine Research, Zurich, 1990.
  • Jill Neate, High Asia: an illustrated history of the 7,000 metre peaks, The Mountaineers, 1989.