Nanga Parbat Mazeno Pass

Nanga Parbat Mazeno Pass

The series of ridges that culminate in the ice crest of Nanga Parbat (8,125) is the ninth highest in the world, second in Pakistan after K2. Follow a jeep track from Gurikot,

The series of ridges that culminate in the ice crest of Nanga Parbat (8,125) is the ninth highest in the world, second in Pakistan after K2. Follow a jeep track from Gurikot, along the fertile, wooded Khirirn Valley for 40 kilometers to the army post at Chilim. We also cross the Deosai Plateau to Skardu. The best-known treks from Astor lead west and southwest, to the east and south sides of Nanga Parbat.

Day 01: Arrival in Islamabad
Day 02: Islamabad-Skardu or Chilas if no flight
Day 03: Free day in Skardu or drive from Chilas
Day 04: Skardu – Arandu
Day 05: Arandu – Tsas Chumic (3,300m)
Day 06: Tsas Chumic – Balucho (3,750m)
Day 07: Balucho – Laila Peak Base Camp
Day 08: Rest Day
Day 09: Climb 4,800m Peak
Day 10: Laila Peak Base Camp – Spantik Base Camp
Day 11: Spantik Peak Base Camp – Haramosh Base Camp
Day 12: Haramosh Pass
Day 13: Haramosh Pass – Kutwal Lake
Day 14: Kutwal Lake – Iskary
Day 15: Iskary – Dassu
Day 16: Dassu-Karimabad Hunza (2,500m)
Day 17: Karimabad Hunza
Day 18: Karimabad – Basham
Day 19: Besham – Islamabad
Day 20: Fly to destination

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