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Jalipur Peak

One of the easiest trekking peaks in the Pakistan Himalaya is South Jalipur peak (5206m) which is in west of the Raikot Glacier and south of the Khusto (Jalipur) Pass (4837m) is frequently attempted by trekkers visiting Raikot Gah.

South Jalipur peak offers easy days of climbing with around 1706m ascent and descent. The first day of 3-4 hrs follow up the Jalipur stream to a camp below the Khusto Pass. From the camp it takes 3-4 hrs to reach the summit the next day, following a ridge route across the glacier. Return to high camp and descend to Beyal the same day.

Jalipur Peak:

Fact Sheet

 Altitude

5206m

Best Season

 

Distance of Trek

 

Trek Standard

 

Start Trek

 

Finish TREK

 

Camp

 

Hotel

 

Duration

 

Zone

Open

Range

Himalaya

Mode of Travel

 

 

Jalipur peak (5206m) and Fairy Meadows Trek

 

Itinerary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day01:

Arrival Islamabad and transfer to hotel for overnight

Day02:

Drive over the Karakoram Highway to Chilas (480km).Overnight Hotel.

Day03:

Drive to Raikot Bridge (1 hr) and change to 4WD jeep for one and half hour drive to Jhael (further to Tato village). From there you will start for two hours trek to the lush green area of Fairy Meadows.Overnight camps.

Day04:

Trek to Beyal camp 3/4 hours walk

Day05:

Climbing Jalipur peak 5260 meters

Day06:

Climbing

Day07:

Full day 5-6 hrs trip between the Ganalo and Raikot glaciers takes us to Nanga Parbat Base Camp (3967m) from where we have breath-taking views of Chongra peaks and Nanga Parbat's north face that converge to form the incredibly serac-covered Raikot Glacier and to the north are Rakaposhi / Haramosh Ranges. Walk back to Fairy Meadows camp. Overnight camp.

Day08:

Trek back to Tatto Drive to Riakot further drive to Chilas over night in hotel

Day09:

Drive to Islamabad overnight in hotel

Day10:

Free Day at Islamabad  (Hotel)

Day11:

Transfer to Islamabad airport flight back to destination

 

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