Malangutti Sar is a mountain in the Karakoram mountains with a height of 7,207 metres (23,645 feet). It is the 104th tallest mountain on Earth and located in Shimshal Valley. The Malangutti Sar has a height of 7202 m (according to other sources 7025 m , 7140 m or 7207 m ) and is located in Hispar Muztagh . On its eastern flank, the Malangutti Glacier has its origins. Along the west flank flows the Momhil glacier . The 7,885- meter- high Distaghil Sar, which is connected to the Malangutti Sar via a ridge , is 5.44 km to the southeast. The Malangutti Sar was first conquered in 1985 by a Japanese expedition. The summit reached on 12 August Tadao Sugimoto, Kengo Nakahara and Yasushi Muranaka and Ang Nima Sherpa.