“We have climbed the mountain
There’s nothing more to do
It’s terrible to come down to the valley
When, amidst many flowers
One thinks of snow.”

 

Pakistan offers a great variety of adventure activities as trekking, mountaineering and skiing. In the Northern part of Pakistan you find a number of the highest mountains of the world. Three great mountain ranges the Himalaya, Karakoram and Hindukush meet here. There are five above 8000 m peaks: K2, 8611 m being the second highest peak in the world, Nanga Parbat 8125 m, Broad Peak 8047 m, Gasherbrum-I 8068 m, Gasherbrum-II 8035 m and many countless peaks of above 7000 meters attracting many mountaineers to climb each year. We offer several interesting itineraries with quality service for climbing expeditions up to the base camps and further.

 

List of most reknown mountains:
Name of the Mountain Height & Mountain Range
K2 (Godwin Austin) 8611 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Nanga Parbat 8125 m – Himalaya
Gasherbrum-I 8068 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Gasherbrum-II 8035 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Broad Peak 8047 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Masherbrum 7821 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Gasherbrum-III 7952 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Gasherbrum-IV 7925 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Tirich Mir 7706 m – Hindukush
Rakaposhi 7788 m – Karakoram, Rakaposhi-Haramosh Muztagh
Batura Muztagh-I 7755 m – Karakoram, Batura Wall
Chogolisa South West 7665 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Spantik 7027 m – Karakoram, Rakaposhi-Haramosh Muztagh
Muztagh Tower 7273 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Trango 6763 m – Karakoram, Baltoro Glacier
Gondogoro 5650 m – Karakoram