Momhil Sar Mumhail Sar as pronounced in Wakhi is at 7,414 metres (24,324 ft) above sea level, is the 64th highest mountain peak in the world. Mumhail Sar in Wakhi means the mountain that overlooks or is above Grandmother’s cattle pen or paddock. It is situated in the Hispar Muztagh subrange of the Karakoram range, a few kilometres to the north-west of its parent peak Trivor. From Passu take a jeep to the road towards Shimshal Village but camp where the outwash stream of the Mohmil Glacier connects with the road. Follow the glacier for 4 days to base camp. Trivor & Mohmil sar Peaks Trivor & Mohmil sar are the high peaks of the Hispar Muztagh, a sub range of the Karakoram range in the Gilgit-Baltistan.