Sometimes, places on this earth are meant to be left alone or should I say are not fit for human activity purpose. Is there actually anywhere, us humans can sustain the environment we live in?
Probably not. There are too many of us now.
What a joy to then come across that have not been walked on or exploted by us humans like Muchu Chhish mountain – no one has ever managed to get to the top.
Located in a very remote and inaccessible region, only a handful of attempts have been made to reach the summit, none successful.
Muchu Chhish is one of the tallest mountains on Earth that remain unclimbed and is the tallest one of all that is not off limits due to religious or political prohibitions.
The peak has a modest prominence however, rising only 263 m (863 ft) above the nearest col or pass. One of the longest glaciers outside the polar regions, Batura Glacier flanks Muchu Chhish to the north.
In August 2020, a three member Czech expedition, including climber Pavel Kořínek and former politician Pavel Bém, announced that they will be flying towards Pakistan to attempt to climb Muchu Chhish.