Haramosh Peak is the highest peak in Haramosh. It can easily be seen from Gilgit. It is covered with snow throughout the year. Sassi is located at its base on one side and Kutwal is at another. The Skardu route is passing through Hanuchal and Sassi. The shape of this peak is like the shape of alphabet.
The high lake of Kutwal is at 3300 m. It sparkles under the shadows of Haramosh Peak 7409 m and Mani Peak 6684 m flanked by the Mani Glacier. Towards its south west are the snow secured edges and tops of the Haramosh range displaying amazing perspectives of the excellent scene while the Bilchar Peak (6134 m.) and other snow bound edges of the Rakaposhi Range are towards its north and the North West. Towards the east is the Haramosh Lake 4800 m high and the snow secured edges of the Liala Massif and due north east are the high edges of the Malubiting Massif. It is to be sure a mountain wonderland. All combined make this place and abode of fairies. This fantastic trek has many contrasting features in the upper Haramosh valley with lush green meadows surrounded by the thick pine forests and snow covered peaks. The peak was first scaled in 1958 by an Austrian team consisting of Heini Roiss, Stephan Pauer, and Dr. Franz Mandl.