Kharidas is a narrow and steep valley between the Nangma and Charakusa with numerous fine Pyramid Peak 5,000M to 6100 Meters all peak are very impressive and unclimbed. Mostly filled with rocky glacier and bounded by moraines. This valley was first explored in 1999 by Italians and Swiss climbers, most of the huge walls are virgin. An American teams has explored to the Khridas valley in 2000 Nils Davis, Sean Isaac and Todd offenbacher. Khridas valley becomes more popular for alpine climbing;
A Hidden alpine rock walls in the Karakorum Huhse valley. Mainly easy and moderate climbing, with a couple of 6a+6b sections, the summit is an ideal rock needle with a 2x3m flat platform on the top with fantastic views in all directions is a perfect rock valley of peaks upto 6,000 meters and these peaks mostly remaining un-climbed: according to the locals and anther second group from Koreans, made two unsuccessful attempts at climbing mountains in the rarely explored valley.