Mashabrum Peak Expedition Gilgit Baltistan
Mashabrum (K-I) 7821M is the highest peak of the Masherbrum mountains, a subrange of the Karakoram Range. It is a large and striking peak, which is somewhat overshadowed by the nearby 8,000 meters (26,000ft) peaks of the main range of the Karakoram which includes four of the fourteen eight thousands, namely K2, Gasherbrum-I, Broad peak and Gasherbrum-II.
Mashabrum is one of the hardest mountains in climb above 7500m and has only had four successful ascents to date. Mashabrum SE has only one ascent. Many attempts have given up in response to the high risk of objective dangers. Most attempts have encountered avalanches at close quarters however, with the exception of the first ascent of the SE peak in 1981, none have ended in disaster.
Mashabrum Peak Expedition (7821M)
Mashabrum base camp is the first section of this program. Mashabrum (7821m) is the 28th highest peak is standing in the backdrop of the last outpost Hushe. Here we will spend two days in exploring the surrounding. In the second portion the Sarakhsa valley offers stunning views of Chogolisa, K-6 and K-7peaks. In this trek we also go to the Ghandogoro valley to climb Ghandogoro peak 5860m or the Pass (5550m) to have breathtaking views of the greats peaks of central Karakurum including K-2, Broad Peak, Gasherbrum Group.In addition one can experience climbing of below 6500m peaks without any bonding royalty fee and technical experience.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||ISLAMABAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.|