Nanga Parbat is the world’s 9.th highest mountain in the world and it is also world-famous.
Nanga Parbat is located in Nanga Parbat forms the western anchor of the Himalayan Range and is the westernmost eight-thousander. It lies just south of the Indus River in the Diamer District of Gilgit–Baltistan in the Pakistan-administered region of Kashmir, which in places flows more than seven kilometers below the high point of the massif.
Nanga Parbat is 8,126 m high. In 1953, an Austrian German named Hermann Buhl was the first to climb it.
The steep incline of its peak that rises above the ground far below make Nanga Parbat a difficult and dangerous climb. Many deaths in the mid and early 20th century gave it the nickname of “killer mountain”.