Most visitors only see the Bagrot valley’s broad alluvial fan across the Gilgit River. 15 km downstream from Gilgit. Its narrow, lower reaches are desolate, but above Sinakkar it’s a cultivated and settled valley. From Bagrot, the stunning south faces of Rakaposhi (7788m) and Diran ( 7266m) peaks, as well as the lovely twin summits of Bilchar Dobani (6134m) are visible. Phuparash (6785m), Malubiting (7458m), Laila (6986m) and Haramosh (7409m) peaks tower over the Haramosh valley, which lies east of Bagrot and branches north from the Indus River. Treks in these valleys, seldom on trekker’s itineraries, are readily accessible by road with mostly easy trails and superb views.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Day 01 Arrival in Islamabad: Arrival & transfer. Evening city tour of Rawalpindi & Islamabad
Day 02 Islamabad to Chilas: Early departure for Chilas, driving on Karakoram Highway along River Indus.
Day 03 Departure for Gilgit driving on Karakoram Highway along River Indus.
Day 04 Hunza Valley: Full day excursion to Hunza valley. Visit Baltit and Altit Forts. Superb views of Rakaposhi, en route.
Day 05 Hunza to Bulchi Bagrot: Drive to Bulchi and camp for overnight.
Day 06 Trek Bulchi to Tagafari (4/5 hrs)
Day 07 Trek Tagafari to Base camp(4/5 hrs)
Day 08 Day free at Base Camp
Day 09 Trek Base Camp to Bulchi(5/6 hrs)
Day 10 Bulchi to Gilgit: After a brief rest at Bulchi we shall depart for Gilgit by Jeeps.
Day 11 Gilgit to Besham: Departure for Besham driving on Karakoram Highway.
Day 12 Besham to Islamabad: Drive to Rawalpindi visiting Taxila, en route.
Day 13 Departure from Islamabad