Trekking to Baltistan Valley

The Great Karakoram Traverse Trek

A blend of our set up Gondogoro La, K2 and Snow Lake treks, this 5-week trek/expedition must rank as a definitive Karakoram challenge which begins from the south-east at Hushe and close in Nagar/Hunza toward the north-west. Beginning from the Hushe Valley, cross the Gondogoro pass (5585 M) into Concordia, where time is spend or given to visit K2 Base camp before setting off down the Baltoro Glacier to the nose of the Biafo Glacier. From there, we take a superb Snow Lake path over the Hispar La (5151 M) into Nagar/Hunza. This is a managed and strenuous trek/expedition in the remote location. The trek is extreme however yet the reward is more prominent.

Zcharakusa Glacier Trek

This trek offers unimaginable open entryways for the energetic school adolescents and matured trekkers.

The Charakusa glacier is the most east of the five glacier systems, which emanate the northern end of the Hushe valley. Not without support, this range has been the Chamonix of the Karakoram.

This trek is preferably suited to the individuals wants to walk directly into the heart of the untouched Karakoram. It is not troublesome or strenuous. The vast majority of the campgrounds have shady trees, rich green vegetation and wild blossoms with an extraordinary chance of watching natural life species. Various un-endeavoured peaks are there to be explored. The Cobra peak is a standout amongst the most difficult tops to trekkers in the Karakoram.

K2 Base Camp & Concordia Trek

Trekking into the heart of Karakoram to Concordia, once believed to be tough thought for a regular trekker or walker. At Concordia, our destination are multiple peaks with diverse shapes and appearances. This is further connected with the five famous glaciers (Baltoro, K2, Broad, Abruzzi and West Gasharbrum). Spending a night at Concordia, encompassed by the mountain giants is marvellous. The air around here is immaculate, cool and strengthening. This is the reason, not surprising, that the mighty mountains of the Karakoram is attracting adventurous people from all the world to experience and explore, the unexplored indeed.