Amin Brakk is an impressive wall located in a remote valley of the Karakoram. Its technical complications make it appealing to adventure lovers, since it is widely considered to be a harder climb than the Trango Towers. The west face of Amin Brakk (generally quoted as 5850 m but thought possibly higher) close to the head of a side branch of a Nangma Valley. Most of the rock within Nangma valley is granite, gneiss, or schist, however, the predominant rock type is granite.
Amin Brakk was first attempted in May 1996 by the Basque climbers. Lazkano first saw the wall during a visit 1998, when he attempted a line on the adjacent North West Face of Nawaz Brakk during possibly the first serious climbing expedition to this hidden peak.