Trich Mir


1Arrive Islamabad, transfer to hotel
2Islamabad- briefing at Ministry of Tourism
3Drive to Dir, overnight at hotel
4Drive to Chitral. Overnight at hotel.
5Drive to road head. Overnight camp.
6Approach march to Base Camp


Reserved for trekking

8Trek back to road head.
9Drive to Chitral, overnight camp.
10Drive to Dir. Overnight at hotel.
11Drive to Islamabad. overnight at hotel.
12Islamabad- debriefing at Ministry of Tourism
13Fly to onward destination - End of our services

Elevation: (7708m ) 

Region: Chitral 

Range: Himalaya


Tirich Mir, highest peak (25,230 ft [7,690 m]) in the Hindu Kush mountain system, lying 155 mi (249 km) north of Peshāwar, Pak., in the North-West Frontier Province near Afghanistan. The Upper Tirich Glacier basin is formed by Tirich Mir East, Tirich Mir (the main summit), peaks to the west, and another group to the north; these peaks form a horseshoe-like semicircle. High precipices rise over the Lower Tirich Glacier and are considered avalanche threats by climbers. The first recorded ascent of Tirich Mir was made by Norwegians in July 1950.