Gasherbrum II 8,035 meters (26,362 feet)


Gasherbrum II is the 13th-highest mountain in the world and is located on the border between Pakistan and China. Gasherbrum II peak has a height of 8,035 meters (26,362 feet). Gasherbrum II was first climbed by an Austrian expedition led by Fritz Moravec in 1956. The team climbed via the southwest ridge of the mountain and reached the summit on July 7, 1956. Since then, there have been several successful ascents of Gasherbrum II, via various routes on the mountain. Gasherbrum II is known for its ma size and steep, rocky appearance. Gasherbrum II Peak is part of the "eight-thousanders," Gasherbrum II Peak is a group of 14 peaks above 8,000 meters (26,247 feet) in height. Gasherbrum II is one of the eight-thousanders With its steep, icy terrain, high altitude, and severe weather conditions that is considered to be one of the more technically difficult climbs. Gasherbrum II is still to be a popular mountain for climbers, who looking to test their skills and strength on one of the highest peaks in the world.



Arrival in Islamabad and transfer to the Hotel


Preparation day in Islamabad

Islamabad to Skardu

Fly from Islamabad to Skardu


Rest day in Skardu: Expedition briefing and final preparation

Skardu to Jhula

Drive from Skardu to Jhula

Jhula to Paiyu

Trek from Jhula to Paiyu


Rest day in Paiyu

Paiyu to Urdukas

Trek from Paiyu to Urdukas

Urdukas to Goro II

Trek from Urdukas to Goro II

Goro II to Concordia

Trek from Goro II to Concordia

Gasherbum I Base Camp

Trek to Gasherbum I Base Camp


Today we will trek to Concordia, it will take us through what must arguably be the most spectacular mountain scenery anywhere in the world. Our approach to Concordia continues along the heaving swells of the Baltoro Glacier as we pass Mustagh Tower (7,284m). Ahead of us Gasherbrum IV (7,925m) acts like a beacon drawing us on, whilst at some points on today’s walk we can also see Gasherbrum ll (8,035m) which peeks out to the right of Gasherbrum lV. As we make our way up the Baltoro, the aptly named Broad Peak (8,051m) comes into view above the ridge connecting Marble Peak and Crystal Peak on our left. K2 keeps itself hidden until the very moment we reach Concordia when suddenly its full height is revealed in sweeping lines that climb almost 4,000 metres from the valley floor to the summit – a sight that will never be forgotten. Concordia is a wide area where glaciers coming down from K2 meet those from the Gasherbrums and Chogolisa. It is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular places on the planet and here you can stand within 24 kilometres of no fewer than four eight-thousanders and ten of the world’s thirty highest peaks! We make our camp at approximately 4,500 metres on a moraine ridge surrounded on all side by jagged peaks including Gasherbrum IV, Mitre Peak, Chogolisa, Crystal Peak, Marble Peak, Baltoro Kangri, Broad Peak and K2.

Acclimatize day

Acclimatize day in Base Camp

Gasherbum II

Climbing Period of Gasherbum II

Cleaning up Basecamp

Preparation for descending back

Goro II

Trek from basecamp to Goro II

Goro II to Kurburtze

Trek from Goro II to Kurburtze

Kurburtze to Mundung

Trek from Kurburtze to Mundung

Mundung to Jhula

Trek from Mundung to Jhula and drive back to Skardu


Farewell and debriefing in Skardu

Skardu to Islamabad

Fly from Skardu to Islamabad & transfer to Hotel


Transfer to the International Airport for final departures


Arrival & Departure: Pick and drop facility-Airport/Hotel/Airport
Accommodation: 4 nights stay in Islamabad on Bed & Breakfast Basis-Twin Bedroom
Welcome Dinner: One Welcome Dinner in a tourist standard restaurant in Islamabad with Expedition Staffs.
Permits & Fees: Expedition Royalty and permit of Pakistan Government.
Transportation: All required Transportation for all Staffs and Members as per itinerary
Domestic Flight: Flight for all members for Islamabad to Skardu and Skardu to Islamabad with one Guide, as per Itinerary
Food & Lodging: 3 meals a day in Trekking & at Basecamp for Members & Staffs
Porters: Porters per member up to Base camp from Askole & Staff Remunerations and allowances: All staffs' & porters' daily wages/equipment/food/clothing with personal insurances
Insurance: All Staff's Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance
Member Luggage: 60 Kg per member as personal baggage
High Altitude Climbing Sherpa: 1 Climbing Sherpa per member
A comprehensive Medical kit for members and staff.
International airfare to and from Islamabad.
Pakistani Visa Charges
Lunch & Dinner in Islamabad
Extra nights’ accommodation in Islamabad. In case of early arrival or late departure, early return from the expedition (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
Insurance: Travel and High-Altitude Insurance / Accident / Medical / emergency evacuation
Personal Expenses: Telephone, Internet, Laundry, any Alcoholic beverages, Personal equipment, and shopping
Sherpa summit Bonus: G II Minimum USD 1300
Tips: Please calculate some tips for Basecamp staffs and porters
The full set of Member's personal climbing equipment & clothing
Rescue Evacuation: Emergency rescue evacuation cost, if needed, and all other expenses of personal nature
Any other item not listed in the "Price Includes" section.

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