Unclimbed Peaks in Pakistan. Gilgit Baltistan contains the most significant concentration of the steepest peaks of the world. It includes 5 prominent peaks over 8,000 meters including the world’s second most highest peak K-2 (8611m) 29 peaks of over 7,500 meters and 121 peaks of over 7,000 meters. Likely hundreds of peaks are still lying unclimbed. Most notable peaks are unclimbed because no one has ever bothered to climb them. In the Karakoram this is frequently due to their remoteness. While there are acutely few unclimbed 7000m peaks left, there are numerous unclimbed 5000m and 6000m peaks in the Pakistani Karakoram, Nepal and Tibet. However, probably the most enormous concentration of significant unclimbed 6000m peaks is undoubtedly in the Chinese Tien Shan Mountains.