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Gasherbrum II (also known as K4) Trek

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  • 23 Days 23 Nights
  • Max People : 60
  • Wifi Available
  • May 29’ - September 25'
  • Min Age : 15+
  • Pickup: Airpot

Gasherbrum II, also known as K4, is the 13th highest mountain in the world at 8,035 meters (26,362 ft) above sea level. It is the third-highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif, and is located in the Karakoram, on the border between Gilgit–Baltistan province, Pakistan, and Xinjiang, China. With an elevation of 8,035 meters (26,362 ft) it is the third-highest member of the Gasherbrum group, behind Gasherbrum I (8,080 meters or 26,510 feet) and Broad Peak (8,051 meters or 26,414 feet). Gasherbrum III is sometimes considered to be a sub peak of Gasherbrum II, because the former has a topographic prominence of only 461 meters (1,512 ft).

In 1856, Thomas George Montgomerie, a member of the British Royal Engineers and part of the Great Trigonometric Survey, sighted the mountain and named it “K4”, meaning the fourth mountain of Karakoram. The name “Gasherbrum” comes from the Balti words gasha (“beautiful”) and brum (“mountain”); it does not, contrary to popular belief, mean “shining wall”, how Sir William Martin Conway described nearby Gasherbrum IV on an 1892 exploration.

Departure & Return Location

Islamabad International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Staying

Best Hotels & Outdoor Camping

Price Includes

  • Tour Duration All Accomodation
  • Well experienced guide
  • Hotel Meals
  • Transportation for the whole trip
  • Site entrance and National park fees
  • Portage at Hotels and Airport
  • Toll Taxes and Parking Fees
  • LOI Letter of Invitation for obtaining the Pakistan Tourist Visit Visa

Price Excludes

  • Hotel early check in and late check out
  • Tips of guide, drivers, porters etc
  • Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond the control of Our.
  • Local Purchases
  • Extra days beyond the specified itinerary
  • Bottled water, aerated and alcoholic drinks. Items of a personal nature such as phone calls, laundry etc
  • International flights, Airport and departure taxes and Visa fee and personal travel Insurance

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect
  • Explore Islamabad: Begin your journey in the purpose-built capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad, where modernity meets tradition.
  • Drive on the Famous Karakoram Highway: Navigate the renowned Karakoram Highway beneath the awe-inspiring peaks of the Karakoram Range.
  • Hidden Trails: Discover offbeat paths, untouched by crowds, for a truly immersive and tranquil trekking adventure.
  • Adventure Beyond Trekking: Indulge in adrenaline-pumping activities like rock climbing and white-water rafting for an all-encompassing adventure.
  • Community Connection: Interact with local villages, promoting cultural exchange and sustainable trekking practices while supporting local economies.
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Itinerary

Day 1Arrival in Islamabad, Pakistan

Arrive in Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. Meet and greet at Islamabad International Airport; transfer to the hotel for rest and relaxation.

Day 2Islamabad Sightseeing

Sight Seeing in surrounding of Islamabad and Rawalpindi and Ministry for Briefing

Day 3Hotel to Airport to travel to skardu if flight cancels then Chilas or Kagan

Day 4Chillas/ Kagan to Skardu

Day 5Sightseeing in Skardu

Day 6Skardu to Askoli

Day 7Askoli to Jolla

Day 8Jolla to Paju

Begin the journey back to Islamabad, driving through the scenic valleys and towns.

Overnight stay in Islamabad.

Day 9Paju rest

Day 10Paju to Rdukas

Day 11Rdukas to Goro II

Day 12Goro II to Concordia

Day 13Concordia to G-II Base camp

Day 14Rest at G-II Base camp

Day 15G-II Base camp to Concordia

Day 16Concordia to Goro II

Day 17Goro II to Rdukas

Day 18Rdukas to Paju

Day 19Paju to Jolla

Day 20Jola to Askoli

Day 21Askoli to Skardu Hotel

Day 22Skardu Hotel to Airport if flight cancel then Chilas/Gilgit

Day 23Chillas/Gilgit to Islamabad

Note: Itinerary is subject to change based on local conditions and group preferences.

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Day 1-6: Islamabad, Skardu, Khaplu, Machlu, Shiger Valley Arrival in Islamabad, followed by exploration of key attractions. Flight to Skardu, then onwards to Khaplu, Machlu, and Shiger Valley, uncovering historical forts, mosques, and natural wonders.

Day 7-10: Skardu, Karimabad Hunza, Hopper Valley, Gulmit Drive to Karimabad Hunza, witnessing breathtaking landscapes en route. Explore Baltit Fort, Karimabad local bazaar, and Altit Fort. Discover Hopper Valley, Borith Lake, and Passu Village.

Day 11-13: Khunjerab Pass, Gilgit, Gupis Valley, Mastuj, Kalash Valley Full-day excursion to Khunjerab Pass, then travel to Gilgit, Gupis Valley, Mastuj, and Kalash Valley, capturing the essence of diverse cultures and scenic beauty.

Day 14-17: Kalash Valley, Chitral, Swat Valley, Peshawar Explore Kalash Valley, Rumbur Valley, and Chitral’s vibrant markets. Journey to Swat Valley, discovering its historical sites, and conclude the tour in the lively city of Peshawar.

Day 18: Islamabad Return to Islamabad, visiting Taxila Museum en route. Departure from Islamabad International Airport.

Note: Itinerary is subject to change based on local conditions and group preferences.

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– Switzerland – Swiss franc (CHF)
– United Kingdom – Pound sterling (£)

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