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Shaigiri Peak 5688m Climbing Trek Pakistan. 17 days

FACT SHEET:

No of days; 17

Elevation; 5688m

Range; Himalaya

Climbing Style; Alpine

Best Season: June-September

Location: Gilgit-Baltistan

Shaigiri is a mountain in Pakistan,s westren Himalayas,The Peak rises precipitously from the south end of the Rupal Valley,soaring 5688m above sea level and some 1,980m above the Valley floor.To its east stands Rupal Peak,to its west the iceflows of Rupal Glacier.despite its impressive height and unique pyramid shape,Shaigiri is greatly overshadowed by its giant neighor to the north 8126m Nanga Parbat.Though the Peak itself is seldom climbed,its northren base camp 3655m is a summer destination for travelers,mountaineers and local herdsmen.Shaigiri Peak is accessible via the Astore Valley.Which opens to the great Indus River south of Gilgit.

Itinerary;

D-1;Arrival at Islamabad,transfer to hote,after shower and some rest city tour of old city of Rawalpindi and new City of Islamabad.evening back to hotel for dinner and overnight.

D-2;After breakfast in hotel,drive to Chilas(480km) via karakoram highway,10-12 hrs,Enroute lunch at Besham,dinner and overnight at hotel in Chilas.

D-3;After breakfast at hotel in chilas,drive to Tarishing in astore Valley.Which is the launching ground for many treks and Expeditins to Nanga Parbat.5-7 hrs drive,dinner and overnight in Camp.

D-4;After break fast we start Trek towards Bazin(3650m)also known as Nanga Parbat Polish base Camp.4-5 hrs easy trek,dinner and overnight at Camp.

D-5:Breakfast in Campop at Bazin,further Trek to Shaigiri Base Camp.easy Trek with some of great view of Nanga Parbat 8126m and Rupal Peak 5900m.4-5hrs trek,dinner and overnight in Camp.

D-6-8: Three days for Climbing on Shaigiri Peak 5688,meals and overnight in Camp.

D-9 Trek back to Bazin 4-5 hrs easy walk,lunch dinner and overnight in Camp.

D-10:Trek to Tarishing from Bazin,4-5 hrs easy trek.lunch dinner and overnight in Camp at Tarishing.

D-11:We do our breakfast in camp at Tarishing,drive to Karimabad by Jeep,enroute we will do our lunch at Gilgit City,further drive to Karim abad,dinner and overnight in hotel.

D-12: Early in the morning we drive to Duiker for sun rising on the top of Rakaposhi 7788m,Diran Peak 7266m Ultar Sar 7388m and Golden Peak 7027m,back to Karimabad,Visit 700 years old Baltit fort and above 900 years old Altit fort,afternoon visit local bazaar,evening live culture music with Culture dance,dinner and overnight in hotel.

D-13:After breakfast we drive to attabad lake,further boating to Gulmit,it will take 1-2 hrs,visit Gulmit village,evening back to hotel for overnight.

D-14 Boating to attabad,further drive to Gilgit,3-4 hrs,afternoon visit local bazaar.dinner and overnighht in hotel in Gilgit.

D-15: After breakfast in hotel,we drive to Besham(330km)8-10 hrs,overnight in hotel at Besham.

D-16: Drive to Islamabad from Besham,(246km)6-7 hrs,overnight in hotel

D-17: Transfer to Airport for homeland Flight.end of services.

Food: Included
Transfer: Included
Country: Pakistan
Best Deal:
Yes
Airport: Islamabad
Registered Member of Tourism board of: Tourism license ID:891
Testimonials (Website,TripAdvisor, etc.): No
Guide Languages:
English
German
French
Spanish
Experience Level: Difficult
Tour operator name: Hunza Adventure Leaders
Min group size: 2
Max group size: 20
Duration: 17
Provided Accommodation: Tent and Hostel/Hotel
Included in service: a-All ground transfers,b-Accumodation and meals in hotel and on trek.c-35kg free baggage per person on Trek,Sleeping Tent Mess Tent and Kitchen.d-Guide,cook and porters.first Aid medical bag.
Not included in Service: a-International flight ticket.b-personal insurancec-Visa fee.d-soft drinks in hotel.e-Anything which is not given at above services.
Equipment to bring: Climbing and trekking Eqiupments,
Recommended Season:
Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter
Guaranteed departure dates: 9th July 2016 and 6th August 2016
Remarks: Open Zone
Terms and Conditions: tcb
Listing created Jun 23, 2015

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