Spantik Peak


1Arrive Islamabad International Airport And Transfer To Hotel
2Fly To Skardu Via PK451 Or  Drive From Islamabad - Chilas ( Flight Subject To Weather Condition)
3Skardu Sightseeing Or Drive From Chilas - Skardu
4Skardu Briefing In Ministry Of Tourism & Preparation Of Expedition With Staff
5Drive from Skardu - Arandu
6Trek from Arandu - Chogo Brangsa
7Trek from Chogo Brangsa - Bolocho
8Trek from Bolocho - Spantik Base camp
29Trek down from Spantik base camp - Bolocho
30Trek down from Bolocho - Arandu village
31Drive from Arandu village - Skardu 
32Skardu  De- Briefing & Final Fare Well Dinner
33Fly To Islamabad Or Drive From Skardu - Chilas ( Flight Totally Subject To Weather. 
34Islamabad Sightseeing Or Drive From Chilas - Islamabad
35Fly Out To Your Own Destination (END OF OUR SERVICES) 

Elevation: 7027 meters 

Region: Baltistan  

Range: Karakoram


Spantik Peak face is climbed via two different routes. Alexander Klenov and Mikhail Davy climbed the first section of the pillar along the English route and then continued via a new line which required 11 bivouacs overall. The international team spent five days following Victor Saunders and Mick Fowler’s English route between 5th and 11th August 1987.

In 1959 a British-Pakistan Army expedition under the leadership of Captain H.R.A. Streather headed to Chogolungma and Kero Lungma glaciers to explore them for a possible climb on the smaller peaks in the area. The peak was however climbed from south ridge by a Japanese Club Expedition called Hoshi-to-Arashi (Stars and Storms) led by Nakamura. The Reiho Alpine Club expedition of Japan also climbed it in the same year from southeast ridge. It was led by Y. Murata. Both expeditions mention avalanche danger in the area and both approached the peak from Chogolungma Glacier. Some Japanese publications indicate that Spantik peak was climbed in 1955 by Germans.