Mashabrum & K7 Trek


1Arrival  in Islamabad
2Flight to Skardu or drive to Chilas
3Free day in Skardu or drive to Skardu
4Drive to Hushe
5Trek to Parbsin
6Trek to Brumbrammah
7Trek To Masherbrum Base camp
8Free day at Masherbrum base camp
9Trek back to Dumsum
10Trek to  Shaicho
11Trek to Khuspang
12Rest in Khuspang or climb Ghandogoro Peak
13Trek to Shaischo Camping
14Trek to Spangsair
15Trek to K-7 and K-6 Base Camps
16Trek back to Shaischo Camping
17Trek to Hushe Camping
18Drive to Skardu
19Fly to Islamabad or Drive to Chilas
20Free day or drive from Chilas to Islamabad
21Debriefing in Tourism Ministry Islamabad
22Onward to your own destination

Hushe valley is situated at the south of the great-glaciated region of Baltoro. Hushe is the approach route to the south faces of the Karakurum wall. The area offers various opportunities to trek to the base camps and climbing to the trekking peaks. Some of the fascinating treks we have combined in one program to give full spectrum. Walking for a day or two will take you to the bases of the higher mountains, from where you will be offered to make walking excursions or taste light climbing in the vicinity to the higher altitudes.

Masharbrum base camp is the first section of this program. Masharbrum (7821m) is the 28th highest peak is standing in the backdrop of the last outpost Hushe. Here we will spend two days in exploring the surrounding. In the second portion the Sarakhsa valley offers stunning views of Chogolisa, K-6 and K-7peaks. In this trek we also go to the Ghandogoro valley to climb Ghandogoro peak 5860m or the Pass (5550m) to have breathtaking views of the greats peaks of central Karakurum including K-2, Broad Peak, Gasherbrum Group.In addition one can experience climbing of below 6500m peaks without any bonding royalty fee and technical experience.