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Broad Peak (originally named K3) is the 12th highest mountain on Earth, located on the border of China-Pakistan. Broad Peak is part of the Gasherbrum massif and is about 8 kilometers (5 miles) from K2. Broad Peak was originally named K3 right after the naming of K2 but on closer inspection by a later party, it was discovered that the summit was over 1½ kilometers (1 mile) long, thus “Broad Peak”. Broad Peak is known locally as Faichan Kangri. The literal translation of “Broad Peak” to Phalchan Kangri is not accepted among the Baltis.

The first ascent of Broad Peak was made on June 9, 1957, by Fritz Wintersteller, Marcus Schmuck, Kurt Diemberger, and Hermann Buhl of an Austrian expedition led by Marcus Schmuck. A first attempt by the team was made on May 29 where Fritz Wintersteller and Kurt Diemberger reached the forepeak (8,030m). This was also accomplished without the aid of supplemental oxygen or high altitude porters and without base camp support.

The price offered here is for the trek and accomodation until and including basecamp. It is suitable for all climbers who want to go alpine style!

For climbers who seek for a group, that is also possible as we might be having a joint expedition group anyhow. For climbing equipment, extra porters (that is how guides are called in Pakistan), extra charges apply. Contact us for more details, we are very open to help you. Click on the link provided.



Day-01 Islamabad
Arrive in Islamabad and transfer to the hotel. Welfare meeting in Alpine Club of Pakistan, in the afternoon we enjoy a city tour of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02  Islamabad- Chilas
Drive to Chilas via the Babusar Pass 4173m. Overnight at hotel

Babusar Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 4.173 m (13,691 ft) above the sea level. The pass is the highest point in the Kaghan Valley, Pakistan. The pass connects the Kaghan Valley via the ThakNala with Chilas on the Karakoram Highway. It’s one of the famous hair pinned roads in the world.

Day-03 Chilas- Skardu
We will spend 8-9hrs driving from Chilas to Skardu along with Indus River. Altitude 2,228m. Overnight at hotel 

The rising of Indus stretches down to Baltistan valley from Tibet to Gilgit and down to the Arabian Sea, which cuts the Indian sub-continent from Asia; Baltistan valley is called a little Tibet in the North of Pakistan. Baltistan is situated at the last end of Himalaya, beside Deosai Plain and Satpara Lake. Baltistan the tourist destination of Mountains paradise where the world 2nd highest peak is K-2 (8611-m) and the other 8000m is Broad Peak, Gasherbrum I & II Likely 8068 to 8047m and there are many peaks 7750- 7800m. Its snowcapped peaks and long glaciers give you a spectacular view for climbers, trekkers, and travelers.

Day-04 Skardu- Askoli
Today we take the spectacular drive by jeeps to Askoli 6-7hrs, the starting point of our trek. Altitude 3,000m.

It is a spectacular drive from Skardu to Askoli; the jeep road crosses the Braldu River three times and passes the villages of Dassu, Apligon, Pakora, Hoto Chongo and Thongal.

Trek to Jhola 6-7hrs 12.6km. Altitude 3100m, Meals & overnight in tents.
The early morning light finds us beginning our Broad Peak expedition as the Loads are distributed among the porters. Walking along the Braldu River. It takes 3 to 4hrs from Askoli to Korofoung. After lunch, continue to trek to Jhola (3-4 hrs) you have a panoramic view of Bakhor Das peak 5809m) also mighty Biafo Glacier. Follow the riverside trail to the confluence of the Biafo and Dumordo rivers. Cross the formidable Domordo River at Jhola which flows from the Panmah glaciers.

Day-06 Jhola- Paiyu
Trek to Paiyu 6-7-hrs 16.6km Altitude 3450m, Meals & overnight in tents
This is an undulating walk, difficult at times, with the first views of dramatic mountains ahead. There is a rest stop by some tamarisk trees beside the stream flowing down from Paiyu Peak, where we saw ibex tracks and fox spore. The trail climbs to a vantage point from which you see the snout of Baltoro Glacier and, in the far distance, a magnificent panorama of the Cathedral and Trango Towers and left of them, the unmistakable triangle of K2.

Day-07 Rest day
Free day for local exploration and Porter will prepare their food for the further trek, We enjoy a slow start today taking in our stunning surroundings. We take a short acclimatization trek during the day and in the evening sing and dance with the porters.

Day-08 Urdukas
Trek to Urdukas 7-8hrs 15.9km. Altitude 4050m. Meals & overnight in tents.

Beautiful views of Great Trango & Uli Biaho Towers. The trail traverses the glacier angling gently towards its southeast margin. Exit the glacier into the ablation valley at Liligo. The route alternates between the lateral moraine and the glacier, heading out on the glacier to avoid the outflow from the advancing Liligo glacier.  Continue trek to Urdukas, named for the obvious split boulder. Camp with its extraordinary views of Paiyu Peak 6610m, Uli Biaho 6417m, Great Trango Tower 6286m, Lobsang Spire 5707m & the Cathedral Towers

Day-09 Urdukas- Goro-II
Trek to Goro-II [5-6hrs] 12.1km. Altitude 4380m. Meals & overnight in tents.
Have a spectacular view of Masherbrum 7821m, Muztagh Tower 7284m, Biarchedi 6,781 Gasherbrum-IV 7925m.

Day-10 Goro-II- Concordia- Broad Peak BC
Trek to Concordia 4-5hrs, after lunch, continue trek to Broad Peak base camp 3-4hrs. Altitude 5000m. Overnight in tents.
Today it is golden opportunity to see 7000m to above 8000m peaks including mighty K2 (8611m) Broad Peak 8047m, G-I 8068m, G-II 8035m Sia Kangri 7422m, Muztagh Tower 7284m, G-IV 7925m, Miter Peak 6025m Golden Throne 7240m.

Day-11/41 (31 days in Broad Peak base camp for climbing activities)

Day-40/46 (Trek down to Askoli). Overnight in tents

Day-47 Skardu: Drive back to Skardu 6-7hrs. Overnight at hotel

Day-48: Chilas: Drive back to Chilas 8-9hrs 290km. Overnight at hotel

Day-49: Islamabad: Drive to Islamabad via Babusar Pass 4173m. Overnight at hotel

Day-50: Flyback: Transfer to Islamabad airport for return flight.



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  1. Accommodation and Meals
    Accommodation will be provided based on following hotels sharing twin/double occupancy.
    Islamabad– Hill View hotel or similar category – Bed & Breakfast only.
    Chilas– Midway Shangri-La or similar category – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
    Skardu- PTDC Motel or Guesthouse Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
     Alternate accommodation will be provided if rooms in above-mentioned hotels are not available. Check in before 12:00 pm is subject to previous night charges
  2. Transportation
    Air-condition transportation for sightseeing
    Air-condition transportation for airport pick and drop
    Air-condition transportation from Islamabad to Skardu and back to Islamabad
  3. Porterage (Low Altitude Porters)
    Required porters from Askoli to Broad Peak base camp and back to Askoli
    Free baggage allowance for members personal gear and collective equipment is 50 kilograms per person
  4. Taxes and Fees
    Road taxes.
    Camping fees
    Bridge crossing fee
    CKNP Fee
    Climbing permit fee
    Liaison officer wages- Kit
  5. Camping Food & Equipment & Accessories
    Camp food from Askoli to Broad Peak base camp- back to Askoli including 31 days at base camp
    D3V sleeping tent.
    Toilet Tent.
    Shower Tent.
    Mess tent- Table- Chairs.
  6. Kitchen Equipment
    All necessary kitchen utensils.
    Kitchen tent.
    Lamps for light.
    Cooking Stoves
  7. Staff
    Professional English Speaking Guide
    Professional Cook
    Assistant Guide as per group size
    Cook helper



  • International air ticket & airport taxes.
  • Visa fee for Pakistan & personal insurance of the clients.
  • Tips for drivers, porters and staff
  • Single Supplement
  • Hotel meals in Islamabad (lunch & dinner)
  • Helicopter charges in case of use for rescue
  • Transfers to and from airports for participants making individual air arrangements
  • Optional excursions or deviations from the scheduled tour
  • Sleeping bag and all personal expenses such as telephone, fax, email charges, liquor or soft drinks,
  • Room service, gratuities for personal services, items of a purely
  • Any other service that is not mentioned in the list above.