Nanga Parbat

NANGA PARBAT (8125m) Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain on earth and the 2nd highest in Pakistan Nanga Parbat means “Naked Mountain” in Urdu, is popularly known as the “Killer Mountain” due to the highest causalities in the first half of the twentieth century. It is immense and dramatic peak of the western corner of the Himalayas. It lies just south of the Indus River, in the Diamir District of the Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan. The first expedition in 1895 led by Albert F. Mummery to this peak started the mountaineers challenge. Six German expeditions attempted the peak in the 1930s, but none succeeded, and dozens of climbers died in storms and avalanches. German expedition was first climbed on July 3, 1953 by Herma Bhul.Jean Christophe Lafalille and Ed Viesturs successfully submitted this mountain on its 50th anniversary. Thus celebrating the Hermann Buhl magnificent efforts by scaling again this mountain on its 50th birthday, 2003. Reinhold Messner the first person to climb all 8000 meters peaks in the world return to Pakistan in 2003 for Nanga Parbat, there he find his brothers Gunther Reinhold remains who lost their life in 1970 after coming down from Nanga Parbat successful bid and enrolling their names as 5th and 6th person to scale
Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat


DETAIL
Name : Nanga Parbat
Elevation : 8,125m
First ascent : July 3, 1953
Prominence : 4,608 m
First ascender : Hermann Buhl
Mountain range : Himalayas
Location : Gilgit-Baltistan  Pakistan
Easiest route : Diamir (West Face)
First ascent : July 3, 1953 by Hermann Buhl
Best Trek Season : June To September
ITINERARY
DAY 01-02  Arrival Islamabad Upon arrival met and transfer to your hotel. After a short rest drive Ministry of Tourism to complete the necessary formalities and obtain climbing permit.
DAY 03 Islamabad/Chilas Drive by road to Chilas, Upon arrival transfer to Chilas Inn for overnight stay.
DAY 04–05–06 Chilas to Diamir Base camp Early in the morning drive from Chilas to Bunar Farms where we will meet and hire our porters. Same day drive to Halalay Bridge (3-4 hours drive ascent 600m).
DAY 07-36 CLIMBING 30 days of non guided climb will start from today. During the climbing period our staff will be at base camp to help and assist you.
DAY 37–38-39 TREKKING BACK TO HILALAY BRIDGE AND DRIVE TO CHILAS After an early breakfast leave the base camp for trek to Hilalay Bridge. From Hilalay Bridge drive by Jeeps to Bunar Farms, where you will meet your van for the return trip to Chilas and Islamabad.
DAY 40 RAWALPINDI Upon arrival transfer to your hotel in Rawalpindi. Evening sightseeing. If unable to fly on day 41. this day will be use to transfer from Gilgit to Islamabad by road.
DAY 41 RAWALPINDI De-briefing at Ministry of Tourism Islamabad. Evening free
DAY 42 FLY BACK HOME Transfer to airport for your onward flight to abroad.

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