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Nangaparbat Mazeno Pass Trek

Mazeno Pass
Mazeno Pass
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17 Days
Availability : May to September
Islamabad
Mazeno Pass
Min Age : 18
Tour Details

At Gurikot, about ten kilometers south of Astor, a jeep road follows the fertile, wooded Khirirn Valley for 40 kilometers to the army post at Chilim and continues across the Deosai Plateau to Skardu. The best-known treks from Astor lead west and southwest, to the east and south sides of Nanga Parbat. This huge mountain is not a single peak but a series of ridges culminating in an ice crest 8,125 meters high-ranked ninth highest in the world and second in Pakistan after K2. The name Nanga Parbat means ‘naked mountain’, so called because some of its slopes are so steep that they are bare of snow or vegetation.
Early disasters on Nanga Parbat gave it the nick-name Killer Mountain or mangeur d’homme. Twelve climbers and 18 Sherpa had died there since 1937. The monster was finally conquered in 1953 (one month after the ascent of Everest) by a joint Austrian-German expedition; Hermann BuhI made the final ascent in a strenuous forty one hour solo ordeal without oxygen. Today’s death score is 47-far fewer than have lost their lives on Everest.

Departure & Return Location

Benazir Bhutto International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Air fares (National Flights)
  • Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
Itinerary

Day by Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Rawalpindi
Day 02: Rawalpindi – Chilas
Day 03: Chilas- Trashing
Day 04: Trashing -Nanga Parbat Base Camp
Day 05: Free day for explorations
Day 06: Nanga Parbat Base Camp – Shiagiri
Day 07: Shiagiri – Mazeno Base Camp
Day 08: Mazeno B.C – Mazeno High Camp
Day 09: Mazeno High Camp – Mazeno Pass – Upper Loiba
Day 10: Upper Loiba – Loiba Meadows
Day 11: Loiba Meadows – Diamir Base Camp
Day 12: Kachal – Diamir Base Camp
Day 13: Diamir Base Camp – Zangot
Day 14: Zangot – Halala – Chilas
Day 15: Chilas – Rawalpindi/Islamabad
Day 16: Last day in Islamabad
Day 17: Transfer to airport for your return home

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