Baltoro Gondogoro La

Baltoro Gondogoro La

The opening of the 5,450m high Gondogoro La adds a new dimension to the magnificent K2 Trek, making it possible to return via the beautiful Hushe Valley.

The opening of the 5,450m high Gondogoro La adds a new dimension to the magnificent K2 Trek, making it possible to return via the beautiful Hushe Valley. Given a little luck with weather the view from the Gondogoro La Pass is just incomparable, anywhere in the world. This is the premier spot on Earth for incredible views of K2 (8,611m) the second highest peak in the world, and world’s most beautiful high pyramid, Broad Peak (8,048m), Gasherbrums I to 6, Golden Throne (7,240m), Chogolisa (7,665m), and the entire upper Baltoro Massif. This trek requires a good degree of physical fitness, as the variable weather conditions make pass crossing quite challenging. We may opt to begin at Askole and head to Concordia. This allows the best views of the major Baltoro Peaks while we are en route. This route also minimizes the chance of adverse snow conditions and unkind weather situations. This trek requires crampons and ice axe and some degree of experience.

Day 01: Arrival in Islamabad, transfer to hotel
Day 02: Islamabad – Skardu or Chilas if no flight
Day 03: Chilas – Skardu
Day 04: Skardu – Thongal 2,800m
Day 05: Thongal – Korofong 3,100m
Day 06: Korofong – Bardumal 3,200m
Day 07: Bardumal – Paiju 3,500m
Day 08: Rest at Paiju.
Day 09: Paiju – Khuburche 3,800m
Day 10: Khuburche – Urdukas 4,240m
Day 11: Urdukas – Goro 4,500m
Day 12: Goro – Concordia 4,700m
Day 13: Excursion K2 base camp
Day 14: Concordia – Ali camp
Day 15: Ali camp – Gondogoro pass (5,450m) Khispang (4,500m)
Day 16: Khispang – Shayechu (3,500m)
Day 17: Shayechu – Hushe (3,200m)
Day 18: Hushe – Skardu
Day 19: Skardu – Islamabad or Chilas if no flight
Day 20: Chilas – Islamabad
Day 21: Last day in Islamabad
Day 22: Return flight to your home

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