Gashabrum I & II

Gasherbrum I & II

Six flanking peaks in the south east of Concordia forms the ‘shining wall’ of Gasherbrum family. Among them the 8,068m Gasherbrum I is the tallest peak also popular as Hidden Peak. In 1958 an American group scaled it for the first time while Austrians led by Fritz Moravec in 1956 hit the zenith of 8,035m Gasherbrum II, second highest of Gasherbrums.

This pure rock & icy pinnacles demands sheer determination and high-level technical skills. The approach route to the base camps starts from Skardu, which is connected to Islamabad both by air and land. Six days trek through Baltoro starts from Askole, the last settlement of Shigar valley.


Day 01 : Arrival Islamabad and made necessary arrangement.
Day 02: Flight to Skardu Or drive to Chillas
Day 03 : Rest day or Drive to Skardu
Day 04 : Skardu local preparation – Briefing at Tourism Office, Skardu
Day 05 : Drive to Askoli
Day 06 : Trek to Jhola
Day 07 : Trek to Paiju
Day 08 : Pajju Rest Day
Day 09 :
Trek to Urdukus
Day 10 : Trek to Goro
Day 11 :
Trek to Shagring
Day 12 :
Trek to Base Camp
Day 13-51 : 
Climbing Period G-I or G-II 
Day 52-56 :
Return to Askoli or Hushe via Gondogoro La 
Day 57 :
Drive to Skardu – Afteroon De-briefing at Ministry of Tourism, Office Skardu
Day 58: Fly to Islamabad or Drive to Chillas
Day 59 : Islamabad free day or arrive to Islamabad
Day 60 : Onward