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K2 Base Camp

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12 Nights / 13 Days
Availability : May to October
International Flights are EXCLUDED
Min Age : 14+
Max People : 20
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A walk towards the heart of the Karakoram Range (12 Day Trek)

    Tour 1

   29th June – 12th July 

     Tour 2

   20th July – 2nd August

K2 trek is one of the most famous and most attempted treks in the world. It is a strenuous and demanding trek but under the shadows of sky kissing peaks with breathtaking views of Karakoram range its worth the effort.

It starts from Skardu (2500 m) on willies jeep, after crossing the lush green fertile Shigar, ends on the Askole (3300 m), the last human settlement before the wilderness.

From Askole, trek on barren and dry rocks till Piaju then 58 km walk on Baltoro glacier till Concordia.

A straightforward uphill walk on the white hard glacier, Vigne. Then a determined walk in the darkness on rock and glacier to cross the mighty giant of ice, GGL (5650 m), one of the highest pastures in the world.

Itinerary

 

          Duration Fast Trek

13 Days

         Camp nights fast trek

11 nights

        Maximum Elevation

5650 M (Ghondogoro La)

        Difficulty grade

Strenuous

        Best Season

  June to Mid of September

 

Overview of Trek

A walk towards the heart of the Karakoram Range

K2 trek is one of the most famous and most attempted treks in the world. Strenuous and demanding trek under the shadows of sky kissing peaks with breath taking views of Karakoram range.

It starts from Skardu (2500 m) on willies jeep, after crossing the lush green fertile Shigar, ends on the Askole (3300 m), the last human settlement before the wilderness.

From Askole, trek on barren and dry rocks till Piaju then 58 km walk on Baltoro glacier till Concordia.

A straightforward uphill walk on white hard glacier, Vigne. Then a determined walk in the darkness on rock and glacier to cross the mighty giant of ice, GGL (5650 m), one of the highest pastures in the world.

Day wise itinerary and duration of daily trek is described down below

Fast trek: – K2 base camp and GGL

Day

Itinerary

Duration

Night

1

Arrive in Islamabad and overnight stay

 

 

2

jeep drive to Askole from Skardu (2500 m )

5 to 6 h

Tents

3

Trek to Jhula (3500 m)

7 to 8 h

Tents

4

Trek to Piaju (3666 m)

7to 8 h

Tents

5

Trek Khuburche (3800 m )

5 to 6 h

Tents

6

Trek to Urdukas (3950 m )

3 to 4 h

Tents

7

Trek to Goro (4300 m )

6 to 7 h

Tents

8

Trek to Concordia (4550 m)

6 to 7 h

Tents

9

Rest day or optional round trek to K2 BC (4550 m)

6 to 7 h

Tents

10

Trek to ALI camp (5050 m)

6 to 7 h

Tents

11

Trek to Hispang(4833 m ) via Ghondoghoro La(5650m)

10 h

Tents

12

Trek to Saicho(3400 m)

5h

Tents

13

Trek to Hushe (2750 m)
jeep drive to Khaplu(2601 m)

5 hour 2h

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Price Includes
  • Transportation
  • Porter charges
  • Accommodation in a standard 3 star hotel in Islamabad
  • All meals in camp
  • Camping ( 2 person tents, Mess tents, kitchen, tables & chairs)
  • Guide for complete tour
  • Basic First Aid kit
  • 4×4 Jeep drive from Skardu to Askole and from Hushe to Skardu
  • Permission / Fees
  • Up to 12.5 kg per person, more luggage has an extra cost of £5 per kg.
  • Professional staff – supervising the tour
  • Insurance of all working staff including Mountain guides, cooks, helpers (Standard & Deluxe), Porter sardar & low altitude porters

 

Price Excludes
  • International Flights
  • Personal Medication
  • Horse on K2 base camp trek
  • Personal insurance of clients/luggage
  • Helicopter rescue
  • Luggage in excess of 12.5kg on treks
  • Extra expenses due to the acts of nature and political reasons etc.
  • Medical aid, evacuation or extra expenses in emergencies
  • Any item not mentioned above