This peak is marked at 6098 m (20,000 ft) on the Leomann Indian Himalaya Map sheet 9. It can be done in a long day hike from Korzok. Follow the ridge North of Korzok until you get to the top. There is a steep section where the ridge extends from some rolling hills where I found it easier to traverse to the back side (away from the lake and climb back up to the ridge from behind, but other than that it is a straight ridge walk. The ridge is covered in semi-loose large rocks so it is not real easy hiking. The views from the ridge along the way up compensate for the hard walking and the view from the top must be one of the best views of Tso Moriri there is. It is possible to descend down the backside loose scree from the peak and follow the stream back to Korzok if you do not want to re-walk the ridge.