1Arrive Islamabad international airport and transfer to Hotel
2Fly to Skardu via PK-451 ( In case weather not support Drive from Islamabad - Chilas
3Skardu sightseeing ( Drive from Chilas - Skardu
4Skardu briefing in Ministry of Tourism & final preparation of expedition with staff
5Drive from Skardu - Askoli
6Trek from Askoli - Jhola
7Trek from Jhola - Paju
8Paju Rest and Acclimatization day
9Trek from Paju - Urdukas
10Trek from Urdukas - Goro II
11Trek from Goro II - Broad Peak Base camp
42Trek down Broad peak base camp - Goro II
43Trek down from Goro II - Khobursay
44Trek down from Khobursay - Bardumal
45Trek down from Bardumal – Askoli
46Drive from Askoli – Skardu
47Skardu de-briefing & final farewell dinner
48Fly to Islamabad via PK452 ( or Drive from Skardu - Chilas (flight subject to weather)
49Islamabad sightseeing or Drive from Chilas - Islamabad 
50Fly out to your own destination (END OF OUR SERVICES)

Elevation: 8048 meters

Region: Baltistan

Range: Baltoro Karakorum


Broad Peak as by name you can assume it stands for a vast mountain. The peak is consisting of rock but mostly ice and snow. Broad Peak, the 12th highest mountain in the world at 8,047 meters, is located in the Karakoram Range in Northeastern Pakistan. The mountain is located along the western Baltoro glacier between K2 and Gasherbrum IV. 

The first westerner who saw the peak was probably Lieutenant T.G. Montgomerie. He was surveying the mountains in the area and in 1856 he spotted some extraordinary peaks, which he gave temporary names. K for Karakoram + a number for the peak. K1, K2, K3 etc. Montgomerie later found out K1had a local name; Masherbrum. K2, still goes under that name, even if some have proposed to re-name it Qogori, a name used by some local people. K3, the third peak to be measured by Montgomerie didn't have a local name. 

The summit ridge of the peak is almost 2 km long and therefore British explorer W.M. Conway thought Broad Peak was a suitable name.