The Buni Zom group is a prominent mountain area of Chitral, in the Hindu Kush range of Pakistan. It rises about 50 km (30 mi) northeast of the town of Chitral, and about 50 km (30 mi) east of Tirich Mir, the highest peak in the Hindu Kush. In 1957, the New Zealanders W.K.A. Berry and C.H.
Tyndale-Biscoe accomplished the first ascent of the Main Peak of Buni Zom from the steep razorlike north ridge The second ascent was in 1975 by Japaneses Masao Okabe, Hideo Sato and Shigeru Tabe and third ascent was in 1979 by Americans Joe Reinhard and Richard J. Isherwood both from south face. The Buni Zom Group has many other peaks, some of which have been climbed. There are 12 peaks over 6,000 m (19,700 ft) in the Buni Zom group which are unclimbed Himalayan Index.
Elevation: 6,551 m (21,493 ft)
Prominence: 2,845 m (9,334 ft)