Spantik Peak – Expedition (14 July 2021-16 Aug 2021)

Spantik Peak has 2 different climbing routes. Alexander Klenov and Mikhail Davy climbed the first section of the pillar along the English route and then continued via a new line which required 11 bivouacs overall. The international team spent five days following Victor Saunders and Mick Fowler’s English route between 5th and 11th August 1987.

North Spring Blossom Tour (03 April 2021-11 April 2021)

A perfect trip for those enthusiasts of Nature and adventure lovers takes you to the Northern Areas of Pakistan. The colorful spring Blossom starts in March and April in the Gilgit, an important historic town on the Ancient Silk Road and the Former princely States of Hunza and Nagar valleys in the Northern Areas of Pakistan.

Nanga Parbat – Circle Trek (07 July 2021-26 July 2021)

Nanga Parbat literally means “the naked mountain”. It is the 2nd highest peak in Pakistan and 9th highest in world ranking. Located in the western Himalayan Range, Nanga Parbat is also known as Diamer “The Capital of Fairies”. This exciting trek takes you through the enchanting green alpine meadows and valleys and through scenic mountain villages around Nanga Parbat, exploring the three base camps of this hypnotic and spell binding natural giant.

K-2 Peak Gondogoro La Trek (23 June 2021-12 July 2021)

Start our first day of trekking, walking through the sandy pony trails …

K-2 Peak Base Camp Trek (20 June 2021-10 July 2021)

One of the most adventurous trek in Karakoram starts from the village of Askoli, the last permanent settlement on the Braldu River in Shigar valley of Baltistan and Skardu, the headquarter town of Baltistan, known as little Tibet. It offers a gateway for adventure lovers to the beautiful valleys of Shangri-La, “Heaven on Earth” the name described by James Hilton in his Novel “The Last Horizons”.

Biafo Hispar Snow Lake Trek (22 July 2021-11 Aug 2021)

Biafo & Hispar Glaciers have a total length of 126 km and are the longest of their kind outside of the Polar Regions. They meet at the 5,150 m high Hispar Pass. This immense highway of ice and rock connects the antique kingdoms of Nagar in the West and Askoli (little Tibet) in the East.