Musherbrum (7821m)

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Masherbrum lies on the south side of the Baltoro Glacier, in the heart of the central Karakoram. Mashabrum also lies at the north end of the Hushe valley, which serves as the southern approach to the peak. It was first attempted in 1938 but failed. After two more failed expeditions, in 1955 and 1957, Mashabrum was first climbed in 1960 by an American-Pakistani expedition led by Nick Clinch. Mashabrum (7821 m) is the 22nd highest mountain in the world and the 11th highest in Pakistan. It is the highest peak of the Mashabrum Mountains, a sub range of the Karakoram mountain range. It is a large and striking peak, which is somewhat overshadowed by the nearby 8000m peaks of the Karakoram.

Country : Pakistan Name : Masherbrum
Height :7821 meters Range : karakoram
Location : Baltoro Glacier Duration : 45 Days
Best time : 15 of May to end of August No of Camps required :4

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 Hushe overnight Hotel at Hushe village
Day 07 Trek to Dalchangpa Campsite overnight camp
Day 08 Trek to Base camp overnight camp
Day9-38 Climbing days reserved for ascent of Masherbrum
Day39-41 Trek back to Skardu overnight camps & Hotel
Day 42 Drive to Chilas overnight Hotel at Chilas
Day 43 Drive to Islamabad overnight Hotel at Islamabad
Day 44 De-Briefing ministry of Tourism overnight Hotel
Day 46 departure
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