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Laila Peak 6,000 meters

Laila Peak in Pakistan is a ski mountaineers dream come true.  It is 1 long day hike from the nearest village and offers incredible exposure and steep skiing.  The height of the peak is the source of much controversy.  It has been measured several times and is said to be anywhere from 6096 meters to as much as 6600 meters.

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Awesome shot - keen to get to Pakistan - maybe after another season in Gulmarg and do a reccy! Looks immense!!!!

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