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/ K-7 & Masherbrum

High Light:
The Charakusa Valley, the route to K-7 Base Camp and superb close-up views of Mashabrum is an exciting trek for admirers andClimbers for big rock walls alike.

Day 01 Arrival at Islamabad Airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day 02 Drive to Chilas.

Day 03 Drive to Skardu. En route views Nanga Parbat (8126m) and Haramosh(7409m).

Day 04 Free day in Skardu.

Day 05 Drive to Hushe. Enroute Visit the Junction point of River Shyok and Indus River.

Day 06 Trek to Brumbrama.4 to 5 hours trek. During the trek we will cross Hushe and Aling River. En route the views of Cathedral Peak.

Day 07 Trek to Masherbrum Base camp for 2 to 3 hours via Masherbrum Glacier. The altitude of Masherbrum Base Camp is 4280m.

Day 08 Free day at Masherbrum Base Camp.

Day 09 Trek to Parbisan. 4 to 5 hours trek. The altitude of Parbisan is 3475m.

Day 10 Trek to Shaicho. 5 to 6 hours trek. The altitude of Shaicho is 3330m.

Day 11 Trek to Spangser. 4 to 5 hours trek. The altitude of Spangser is 4000m. From here you can see the sharp spires of K7(6934m), Linksar (7041) and Namika (6325m).Here we will cross the confluence of Charakusa and Chogolisa Glacier.

Day 12 Trek to K-7 Base Camp. 4 to 5 hours trek. We will trek over Charakusa glacier towards K-7 Base Camp 4600m.
Day 13 Trek to Tishumik. 5 to6 hours trek.

Day 14 Trek to Hushe.

Day 15 Drive to Skardu.Over night in hotel.

Day 16 Drive to Chilas. Overnight in hotel.

Day 17 Drive to Islamabad. Overnight in hotel.

Day 18 Debriefing in Ministry of Tourism and Sight seen in Rawalpindi Islamabad.

Day 19 Transfer to Airport for fly back to Destination.
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