Gasherbrum II Expedition

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Expedition To Gasherbrum II 

Gasherbrum-II. Surveyed as K4, is the 13th highest mountain in the world at 26,362feet (8035 Meters) above sea level located in the Karakoram the world’s second highest mountain range which spans the borders of Pakistan and China. The first ascent made by Austrians led by Fritz Moravec along with Josef Larch and Hans Willenpart on 7th July, 1956.The climb on this Peak is both on rock and ice. A high level of technical skill, physical fitness and acclimatization is required

Gasherbrum II Expedition Climbing Tour in Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION ISLAMABAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
INCLUDED
Domestic Airfare Accommodations
Transportation Professional guide
NOT INCLUDED
Entrance fees
Guide gratuity

 

DAY 01                  Arrival Islamabad and made necessary arrangements.

DAY 02                  Islamabad – Rest day and briefing at the Ministry of Tourism.

DAY 03                  Fly to Skardu

DAY 04                  paper working day at Skardu

DAY 05                  Sakardu – Rest day and Final Preparation for Expedition.

DAY 06                  Drive to Thongal, 8-10 hrs. drive.

DAY 07                  Trek to Jhola, 7-8 hrs.

DAY 08                  Trek to Bardumal – Paiju, 7-8 hrs,

DAY 09                  Paiju – Rest day.

DAY 10                  Trek to Urdukus, 7-8 hrs.

DAY 11                  Trek to Goro, 6-7 hrs.

DAY 12                  Trek to Concordia, 4-5 hrs.

DAY 13                  Trek to Gasherbrum II Base Camp, 7-8 hrs

DAY 14/40           27 days Climbing Period of Gasherbrum II.

DAY 41/45           Return to Askole or Hushe and drive to Skardu.

DAY 46                  Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas.

DAY 47                  Islamabad – Debriefing at the Ministry of Tourism.

DAY 48                  Departure Destination.

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