Gasherbrum II (8035 M)

Gasherbrum II (K-4) is the 13th highest mountain on earth and the 5th highest in Pakistan. Gasherbrum II is the third highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif, located in the Karakoram range of the Himalaya. Gasherbrum II is the third highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif. It is generally considered one of the easiest 8000 meter peak. Gasherbrum II was first climbed on July 8, 1956 by Fritz Moravec, Josef Larch and Hans Willenpart of an Austrian Expedition.
Name: Gasherbrum II Height: 8035 meters
Base Camp Altitude: 5000 meter Range: Karakoram
No of Camps required: 04 Location: Baltoro Glacier
Duration: 50 Days  Best season: 15 May to End of August
Day 01: Arrival overnight at Islamabad.
Day 02: Briefing at Ministry of Tourism
Day 03: Drive from Islamabad to Chilas
Day 04: Drive from Chilas to Skardu
Day 05: Preparation, Purchasing & other arrangement at Skardu overnight Hotel
Day 06: Drive from Skardu to Askoli overnight camp
Day 07: Trek to Jula Campsite overnight camp
Day 08: Trek to Payou Campsite overnight camp
Day 09: Rest day at Payou campsite overnight camp
Day 10: Trek to Urdokas campsite overnight camp
Day 11: Trek to Goro II campsite overnight camp
Day 12: Trek to Concordia campsite overnight camp
Day 13: Trek to shagharing campsite overnight camp
Day 14: Trek to Gasherburms Base camp overnight camp
Day 15-43: Climbing days reserved for ascent of Gasherbrum II
Day 44-46: Trek back to korfong campsite overnight camp
Day 47: Trek to Askoli lunch and drive back to Skardu overnight Hotel at Skardu City.
Day 48: Drive to Chilas overnight Hotel at Chilas
Day 49: Drive to Islamabad overnight Hotel at Islamabad
Day 50: De-Briefing & departure
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