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On this day the participants will end their day by climbing away from the river to camp at Paiju, the last camp where you will see trees until for a while. However the porters will take their time to bake themselves bread for next week on the glacier.
Acclimatization walk can also be taken towards Paiju Peak base camp on this day.
The trail has continuous up and down climbs on the glacial moraine, although the trail is quite safe but it is highly recommended to be careful at all times. The participants will experience the stunning views as they move ahead; the views of Trango Tower and Uli Biaho.
The participants are required to go across the glacier to Liligo. From this point the participants will follow a rocky trail which is along the edge of the Baltoro or sometimes to Khoburtse, the side of the glacier where camp will be made.
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For the following night the participants will make their stop at Urdukas near the army camp. The camp is m above the glacier. The medial moraine will be followed, to the south we will get the views of Masherbrum m. The participants will be climbing up and down on the rocky moraine and as the participants move ahead they will walk pass massive ice seracs.
The temperature may drop dramatically. Masherbrum and Muztagh Tower will be uncovered for the sight.
This is a very long but a spectacular day. We will leave early morning, crossing the glaciers onto the faint trail heading towards K2 there is a faint rocky trail all the way. As we follow the glacier towards K2 the mountain seems to grow bigger and bigger. Broad Peak rears up to our right and after about 3 hours we pass Broad Peak base camp there is the option to turn back here.
Keeping watch over the mountains Backpacking Karimabad The jewel of Hunza and the jumping off point for more fantastic treks, Karimabad is about two and a half hours away from Gilgit by bus. The Old Hunza Inn is a fantastic place to stay with friendly vibes, gorgeous views, knowledgeable staff and occasional power. A double room in low season cost me rupees.
There are many fantastic things to do in Karimabad and you should definitely check out both Altit Fort and Baltit Fort for some stunning views of the ancient Silk Road leading to China. You could easily spend a few days wandering around the cobblestone streets and going on day hikes. You can arrange treks from one of the many outdoor shops that line the town.
The stunning view from Baltit Fort Backpacking The Eagles Nest For some of the most stunning views in all of Hunza, get a taxi to drive you up to The Eagles Nest and pitch your tent, or rent one around RS there, to spend a night — it is well worth it.
This is hands down, the best way to see the area and was a highlight of my Pakistan backpacking adventure. Be sure to try some dried apricots… Backpacking Khunjerab Pass The highest border in the world and an incredible feat of human engineering, the road to the Pakistani-Chinese borders is full of stunning peaks and makes for a great day trip.
This is an adventure best attempted if you have your own transport. I highly recommend skipping Sost although there is an immigration office here that might be helpful for travelers heading to China and making time to stop at Hussaini Bridge, Passu Bridge and the stunning Passu Glacier.
Freezing my ass off at the highest border crossing in the world.
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Passu Basecamp Trek A stunning six day trek that can be done without any permits, Passu Basecamp is just one of many incredible hikes available in the area. Take a guide, I recommend Rehman.
More information coming in Backpacking Skardu The town of Skardu is a popular backpacking hub and many travelers in Pakistan will find themselves here. Skardu also has an airport but flights are unreliable.
Please Contact us for more details. Note: if you are continuing your tour to china then you have to get the visa for china from you home country.
As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The packed weight of your trek bag whilst trekking including your sleeping bag and mattress should be no more than This limit which is set by the porters is strictly enforced and bags will be weighed prior to setting off on trek.
Anything not required on the trek can be left at the group hotel in Islamabad. Please note that your mountaineering equipment will be packed into additional, communal kitbags at the start of the trekking and this equipment will not be part of your personal We will send you a list of detail items closer to your Holiday departure.
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