Laila peak (6096) Hushe (20,013 feet)


Laila Peak is a mountain peak located in the Hushe Valley of the Karakoram mountain range in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. Laila Peak is 6,096 meters (20,013 ft) above sea level. It is easily identifiable by its eye-catching pyramidal shape. Laila Peak was first climbed in 1987 by a Japanese expedition led by Toshiyuki Ozaki via the northwest ridge. Climbers and adventurers finder from all over the world have started to move to the mountain. The climbing routes to Laila Peak are challenging and require technical skills due to its steep and exposed sections that require careful movement. The peak is also known for its unpredictable weather conditions which can make climbing even more challenging. Additionally, there are many hiking and trekking trails in the Hushe Valley where Laila Peak is located, that provide breathtaking views of the mountain range and the surrounding area. Other notable peaks in the valley are K7, K6, and Baintha Brakk every one of which are well-liked climbing and mountaineering destinations.


Arrival Islamabad and transfer to hotel.
Early morning flight to Skardu (flights are subject to weather), if unable to fly we will depart for Skardu by road with overnight stay at Chilas. Overnight stay in hotel at Skardu.
In case of flight has operated we will go for sightseeing tour of Skardu and in case no flight, the day will be used for over land travel from Chilas to Skardu (total drive is 22 – 24 hrs from Islamabad to Skardu). Overnight stay in hotel at Skardu.
we drive in jeeps along the Indus and Shyok valleys before turning northwards up the Hushe valley to reach the road head at the little Village of Hushe. (Tent)
After breakfast Trek to Shaicho.Today we will leave the last inhabited village of Hushe. For the remaining portion of our journey we will rely on our local team who will carry our food and equipment and sustain our Trek. Short trek about 3-4 hours takes us to the idyllic campsite at Shaicho. This camp lies at the junction of the Charakusa and Gondogoro valleys and is sited on a sandy, tree-shaded area beside a swift-flowing river. There are excellent views of Nameka, the rock pillars of K7 and from the trail leading to the camp. (Tent)
After breakfast Trek to Dalsanpa. We take a path on a wooded moraine ridge which climbs quite steeply to the seasonal goat herder’s settlement at Golong. Here, we stop for lunch, before dropping down onto the glacier for a scramble along its edge to bypass a section of steep rock. A final scramble up a rocky gulley leads to the very spectacular campsite at Dalsanpa where there are a couple of tiny lakes and staggering views of a range of rocky summits, culminating in the snow plastered summit of Masherbrum. (Tent)
We have 10 days for acclimatization and for scaling the summit. (Tent)
After breakfast trek back to Shaicho. Trek about 3 to 4 hrs takes us to campsite at (Tent)
Aftre breakfast we will trek back to hushe village. After Lunch we will meet Little Karim and other Mountainair’s after meeting we will visit also hushe Village. Overnight stay in hotel at Hushe
After breakfast we will depart for Skardu, en route lunch stop at Khaplu, will also to visit Khaplu fort and Chaqchen mosque, the mosque is founded by the Mir Syed Ali Hamadai in 17century. Afternoon drive to Skardu. Overnight stay in hotel at Skardu.
After breakfast we will drive for full day on Skardu route and KKH arrival in Chilas transfer to hotel. Overnight stay in hotel at
After breakfast we will drive via Babusar pass to Islamabad. We start early in the morning, to cover the 12 hours long drive. Short stay in Naran for lunch, by evening we shall reach Islamabad. Overnight stay at Islamabad.
After breakfast we will full day sightseeing of twin city Islamabad/Rawalpindi. Rest of time reserve for shopping.
Transfer to airport for flight back home.


Peak Royalty fees
4 nights hotel in Islamabad (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
01 nights in Panorama hotel Chilas (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
03 nights in Skardu (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
As per itinerary
Pick up from group when arrive and drop to airport when group Departure Air-condition van from Islamabad – Skardu
Flight tickets Islamabad-Skardu
Arrange transport on briefing and debriefing occasion
Sightseeing the capital city of Islamabad
4 X4 Jeeps: Jeeps
Trekking and Base camp Food: Food (during the stay at base camp (we will serve breakfast, lunch and Dinner)
Porters: Carry on member personal climbing gears, foods stuffs and camping crew etc up to Base camp and return back to jeep road head. All porters insurance
Staffs: Guide / Cook and assistance cook wages, camp food, transport and their insurance
Camping Equipment: Mess tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent mattress, chairs, Tables
Kitchen utensils: Complete brand new kitchen utensils (crockery)
Tips for baggage handling at airport & at hotels
Fess: (Bridge crossing, cable crossing, camping)
International flights tickets re-confirmations
Custom clearing assistance
Member international flight tickets
Helicopter emergency rescue fees Members any climbing gears
Member personal insurance
High altitude tent
High altitude food
High altitude porter
Sleeping bag and all personal expenses such as telephone calls, fax, email charges, liquor or soft drinks,
Room service, gratuities for personal services, items of a purely personal nature
Custom clearing charges (import and export of equipment’s)
EPI gas and oxygen cylinder
Any unforeseen expenses (just like road block extra hotel stay or if members stay more days at Base Camp) then members will be pay according to the numbers of days bases.

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