EXPEDITIONS

Mountaineering in Pakistan

Pakistan has long been the focal point of the treasures of mountains and the world's most mountaineering activities, where five the highest peaks heights ranging from 8000m and above after the mountain Everest. these rocky and icy mountain phenomes have been an intrepid and challenging to the mountaineers for decades. 


There are over a hundred mountain peaks allowed for the mountaineers to climb currently. mountain amateurs persue permits for the climbing expeditions to these mountain phenomes annually, more importantly the killer mountain the Nanga Parbat, towering some 8000 meters. about 108 peaks exceeding 7000m. above all the five towering giants the universally known the K-2 the Gashabrum-I, Gashabrum-II, Broad Peak and the Nanga Parbat widly known as the killer mountain. For the decades with the existance of the natural phenomenons have been attracting thousands of mountain lovers from around the world. Peaks apart from the ones described above remain nameless and unclimbed with the height ranging from 6000 meters and above.


If you can feel like bracing for the trekking and climbing than you will be able to experience the wonder of the nature, you will surely get the ecstasy of a new world of frozen glaciers and rocky terrains with high peaks scattered around like spikes and pinnacles particularly to the major peaks hovering the area with a height of 8000 meters.


All these collections of mountains with their utmost beauty composes a real paradise for the outside world to enjoy visiting and carry the unimaginable experience and knowledge enhancement. These cluster of mountains falls only in the Karakoram; Himalayan mountains ranges of Pakistan with towering sky scrappers.


The best part of the Karakoram region is the junction of between the collosal ranges which connect together are the mighty Himalayas the Karakorum and the Hindukush. You can visit the live paradise that awaits you to enjoy its beauty and experience the awesome beauty, reality and guts to climb such unique mountain peaks with Hunza Adventure Tours you can apply now for the climbing expeditions.


In order to receive permit to climb and scale mountains the Gilgit Baltistan Council issue the permits in Islamabad Pakistan which is valid throughout the season but some credentials are require to receive the permits but Hunza Adventure Tours is responsible for the provision of the logistics needed for the expeditions, liasian officers are not important to be provided for the expeditions of mountain peaks with 6000 meters. The rate of royalty and fee charges depend upon the height and elevation of the peak.


Hunza Adventure Tours will be providing with mountaineering equipment’s and all other logistics all required all the way to the base camp for the accention.


In order to plan for the expedition here in Pakistan please seek our assistance and cooperation in order to comply with your every relevant demands of the expedition. Our experienced high-altitude porters are already catering their services to fulfil the needs of our clients regarding the adventures and have handled numerous operations before.


Hunza Adventure Tours is one of the local renowned tour and adventure Company based in Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan that is equivalent to other companies for sharing and conducting trip tours and expeditions who have good reputations for handling clients in the best, during our services and hospitalities most of the peaks have been scaled in the Himalayas Karakoram and the Hindukush. Hunza Adventure Tours welcomes and ensures its all most all possible services and cooperation.

If you would like to travel in an area not mentioned in our itineraries, or customize an existing itinerary we will accommodate your needs. All itineraries are 100% customizable.



K2 (8,611 M)

K2 (8,611 M)

K2 majestically stands on the Pakistan-China border ruling the mighty Karakoram. The traditional route to its base camp goes through Baltoro Glacier. The height of the peak is 8,616 meters/28,267 feet.


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NANGA PARBAT (8,126 M)

NANGA PARBAT (8,126 M)

The Himalaya are a great Mountains range formed by the collision of Indo-Pakistan tectonic plate with the Asian continent, the central Himalayan mountains are situated in Nepal, white eastern mountain extent to the borders of Butan and Sikkim.

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BROAD PEAK (8,047 M)

BROAD PEAK (8,047 M)

BROAD PEAK 8047 meters is one of four 8000 meter peaks located in a tight cluster in the upper reaches of the Baltoro Glacier, the principal access to that part of the Karakoram.


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GASHERBRUM-I (8,068 M)

GASHERBRUM-I (8,068 M)

Gasherbrum means "Shining Wall". Highest (8,068m/26,470ft) among the six peaks of the huge massif, it has been called ‘Hidden Peak’ by nineteenth century British explorer Conway.


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GASHERBRUM-II (8,035 M)

GASHERBRUM-II (8,035 M)

There are 14 more then 8000m peaks over Himalaya and Karakorum, five (5) of them are in Pakistan and the rest are in Nepal including the world 2ndhighest peak K-2 or the local Name Chogori.


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G-I (8,068 M) & G-II (8,035 M)

G-I (8,068 M) & G-II (8,035 M)

Gasherbrum I is the 11th highest peak in the world and the 3rd highest peak in Pakistan with the elevation of 8068m (26,470ft) while Gasherbrum II 8035 is the 13th highest peak in the world.


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TIRICH MIR (7,708 M)

TIRICH MIR (7,708 M)

This is a chain of peaks. Tirich Mir (Main) is the highest peak in whole of the Hindukush range. The traditional route to the peak passes through Chitral - Reshun and Khosht. 


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SPANTIK PEAK(7,027 M)

SPANTIK PEAK (7,027 M)

Also know as Golden Peak for its golden wall facing Hunza from the south, Spantik is the most attainable 7000m peak in the Karakoram. The dramatic approach trek along the Chogolungma Glacier passes through a variety of beautiful mountain.

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RAKAPOSHI PEAK (7,788 M)

RAKAPOSHI PEAK (7,788 M)

Situated in Nagar Valley acing Hunza, it is one of the magnificent pyramids in the world. The peak can be climbed from all sides. Dominating the horizon it is constantly visible from the Karakoram Highway.

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DIRAN PEAK (7,273 M)

DIRAN PEAK (7,273 M)

Diran (7273m) also known as Minapin Peak is situated between Rakaposhi and Haramosh Massif of Karakoram Range offering one of the most beautiful sceneries in Hunza valley.


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PASSU PEAK (7,478 M)

PASSU PEAK (7,478 M)

Passu peak is situated at the extreme west of Batura Muztagh in upper Hunza beyond Passu village. At a distance of about one hundred kilometers from Chinese border and 150 kilometers from Gilgit.

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MOMHIL SAR (7,343 M)

MOMHIL SAR (7,343 M)

Momhil SAR, at 7,343 meters (24,091 ft) above sea level, is the 64th highest mountain peak in the world. It is situated in the Hisper Muztagh subrange of the Karakoram Range, a few kilometers to the north-west of its parent peak Trivor. 

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ULTAR SAR (7,788 M)

ULTAR SAR (7,788 M)

Ultar SAR (also Ultar, Ultar II, Bojohagur Duanasir II) is the southeastern most major peak of the Batura Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakorum Range. It lies about 10 km (6 miles) northeast of the Karimabad.

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MUZTAGH ATA (7,546 M)

MUZTAGH ATA (7,546 M)

Muztagh Ata is the second highest of the mountains which form the northern edge of the Tibetan Plateau. It is sometimes regarded as being part of the Kunlun Shan, although physically it is more closely connected to the Pamir.

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GASHERBRUM-III (7,952 M)

GASHERBRUM-III (7,952 M)

Gasherbrum-III is located between G-II and G-IV is the 15th highest mountain the world. Till 1974 it was the highest unclimbed peak of the world. In 1975 the Polish Women expedition team led by Mrs. Wanda Rutkiewich.

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GASHERBRUM-IV (7,952 M)

GASHERBRUM-IV (7,952 M)

Gasherbrum means “Beautiful wall”. This refers to 3,050m/10,000ft pale limestone walls on the great trapeze shaped Gasherbrum IV Peak. There are six Gasherbrum Peaks in the Karakorum Range.


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MASHERBRUM PEAK (7,821 M)

MASHERBRUM PEAK (7,821 M)

Masherbrum is one of the magnificent peaks of Karakoram Pakistan. The peak is also known as K-1 name by British survey team in 1856. The peak is a stunning ice and rock peak, mounting the south of the Baltoro Glacier.

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BATURA-I PEAK (7,785 M)

BATURA-I PEAK (7,785 M)

The highest peak in the Batura Range is Batura I with 7,785 meters. In 1947, RCF Schomberg explored the southern approaches to Batura from Baltar and Kukuay glaciers and found them blocked by a sheer mountain wall of a height of nearly 6,000ft.

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K6 (7,282 M) (23,888 ft)

K6 (7,282 M) (23,888 ft)

A notable peak of the Masherbrum Mountains, a subrange of the Karakoram mountain range. Despite being much lower than the nearby Eight-thousanders and high 7000m peaks such as Masherbrum.


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LATOK PEAKS (7,145 M)

LATOK PEAKS (7,145 M)

There is other peaks near by which are Baintha Brakk SE (6960m), Choktoi (6166m), Lakpila Brakk (5500m), Spaldang (5590m), and Biacherahi Towers (5900m). 


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SHISPER PEAK (7,611 M)

SHISPER PEAK (7,611 M)

Shisper is one of the high peaks of the Batura Muztagh, which is the westernmost subrange of the Karakoram Range. Alternate forms of the name of this peak are Shisper Sar and Shisparé Sar.

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LATOK GROUP EXPEDITIONS

LATOK GROUP EXPEDITIONS

The Latok group is a small cluster of dramatic rock peaks in the Panmah Muztagh, part of the central Karakorum mountain range. They lie just to the east of the Ogre group, dominated by Baintha Brakk. 

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MUZTAGH TOWER (7,248 M)

MUZTAGH TOWER (7,248 M)

Muztagh Tower (also: Mustagh Tower; Muztagh: ice tower), is a mountain in the Baltoro Muztagh, part of the Karakoram range on the border of the Gilgit–Baltistan region of Pakistan and the Xinjiang Uygur region of China.

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