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Buni Zom 6551m
Buni Zom group is a prominent mountain area of Chitral, in the Hindukush Range of Pakistan. It rises about 50km North East of the town of Chitral, and about 50km East of Tirich Mir 7708m, the highest peak of Hindukush.
In 1957, the New Zealanders W.K.A Berry and C.H. Tyndale-Biscoe accomplished the first ascent of the main peak of Buni Zom 6551m from the steep razor like North ridge. The second ascent was in 1975 by Japanese Masao Okabe, Hideo Sato and Shigero Tabe and third ascent was in 1979 by Americans Joe Reinhards and Richard J. Iaherwood both from South face.
In 2007, a Greek expedition, led by Nikolas Kroupis summitted an unclimbed peak of Buni Zom South or 6MT peak-6110m.
The Buni Zom group has many other peaks, some of which have been climbed. There are 12 peaks over 6000m (19700) ft in the Buni Zom group, which are still unclimbed. 


Itinerary
Days
  Activities
Overnight
1
Arrive in Islamabad airport. Afternoon Islamabad city Tour
Hotel
2
Welcome reception (Briefing) at Alpine Club of Pakistan- Meeting with LO.
Hotel
3
Fly to Chitral. 1 hour. Free day for onward destination.
Hotel
4
Departure for Phargram, (the last village of Laspur Valley) along the river of Mastuj. 5-6 hours drive.
Camping
5
Trek to Dairshal 3140m. 3-4 hours trek.
Camping
6
Trek to Kurakmali BC 3438m. 4-5 hours trek.
Camping
7-24
Rest, acclimatize and climbing activities.
Camping
25-26
2 days for return trek to Phargram by the same route.
Camping
27
Drive back to Chitral. 5-6 hours.
Hotel
28
Fly or Drive to Islamabad.
Hotel
29
Farewell Meeting (De-Briefing) in Alpine Club of Pakistan.
Hotel
30
Transfer to Islamabad airport for onward flight.

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Useful Links
Greek Buni Zom Expedition 2007

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