Trekking

One of the most strenuous but equally rewarding walk of over on hundred kilometer traverse, of Biafo and Hisper Glacier, passing through 30 square miles and 1.5 km thick now Lake. The huge glacial systems of the Central Karakoram presented explorers, with formidable challenges, right up until the 1930’s when Eric Shipton forged a link over Karakoram watershed, to the Shaksgam Valley in Xinjiang. Our trek will capture something of this pioneering spirit, as we traverse the Biafo and Hisper glaciers, and explore the main divide of the Inner Karakoram. From Askole we follow the first few stages of the K2 trek before diverting up the Biafo Glacier. The route provides breathtaking views of Ogre, Latoks and countless unclimbed peaks, as we walk over cracking glacier.

“ Pak Adventure ” one of the leading and well-reputed tour operators in Pakistan. We have quite fascinating and experience team to memorable your tour with us. We are offering a wide range of tour itineraries relating to sheer adventure, Exquisite culture, Mystical tours, Study tours, Hunting tours,Jeep Safari tours, Expeditions tours, Special Interest tours, Honeymoon tours, Wildlife tours, Festival tours and Historical tours all around the country.

Day 1
Trip Itinerary

Day 01 Islamabad. Welcome reception.

Day 02 Fly to Skardu or drive to Chilas in case of flight cancellation. Hotel.

Day 03 Free day at Skardu or drive from Chilas to Skardu. Hotel.

Day 04 Drive to Askole (3000m). Tent.

Day 05 Trek to Namla (3400m). Tent.

Day 06 Trek to Mango (3650m). Tent.

Day 07 Trek to Baintha (4020m). Tent.

Day 08 Free day. Tent.

Day 09 Trek to Napina (4410m). Tent

Day 10 Trek to Karpogoro (4680m). Tent.

Day 11 Trek to Hisper La BC (4770m). Tent.

Day 12 Trek to Hisper LA (5151m). Tent.

Day 13 Trek Khanibasa (4580m). Tent.

Day 14 Trek to Yutmaru Glacier (4350m). Tent.

Day 15 Trek to Dachigan (4050). Tent.

Day 16 Trek to Hisper Village. Tent.

Day 17 Drive to Hunza. Hotel.

Day 18 Free day. Hotel.

Day 19 Drive to Gilgit. Hotel.

Day 20 Islamabad or drive to Chilas in case of flight cancellation.

Day 21 Farewell meeting at or complete road journey from Chilas to Islamabad.

Day 22 Fly Out.

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Trekking