Trek to Gondogoro La & K2 Basecamp

Rs. 140,000

/ person

Trek to Gondogoro La & K2 Basecamp

4.0 - 1 Review

15 Days   Starting from Islamabad  Host: Abdul Hanan

Rs. 140,000

/ person


Towering at 28,251 feet above sea level, the legendary K2 is the second highest mountain in the world. It is located in the north-western Karakoram Mountain Range on the Pakistan—China border between Baltistan in Gilgit-Baltistan and the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang, China. K2 is known by many names: the Savage Mountain, Mount Godwin-Austen, Chhogori, Qogir. A notoriously difficult mountain to climb. Extreme weather conditions and avalanches make a trek to K2 impossible during the winter. However, summers bring in a huge influx of casual adventurers and hardcore mountaineers from both Pakistan and abroad. The trek to K2 is a strenuous, adrenaline-filled journey of around 3 weeks. It’s not for the faint-hearted. The journey commences from Islamabad; people reach either via plane from Islamabad to Skardu or by road i.e. the Karakoram Highway. The official starting point, however, is Askole— the last town before the Karakoram ranges— located in Shigar Valley, Gilgit–Baltistan.


Entry Tickets
Porters (for carrying personal equipment of participant)
Extra expenses due to landslides\road blocks
Tea, Mineral water and Cold drinks expense
Extra expenses due to the acts of nature and political reasons etc.
Any item not mentioned above >Medication, evacuation and rescue etc. in emergencies
Personal insurances of clients
Laundry, beverages & phone calls or other expenses of personal nature.

Recommended Gear:

Trip Itinerary

  • DAY 1

    12:30 am: Departure from Islamabad
    07:00 am: Breakfast at Besham
    02:00 pm: Lunch at Chillas
    09:00 pm: Dinner at Astak
    11:30 pm: Dinner and Stay at Skardu

    **For Flight:**
    06:00 am: Arrival at Rawalpindi Airport
    08:00 am: Departure from Rawalpindi
    10:00 am: Arrival at Skardu
    08:00 pm: Dinner & Stay at Skardu

  • DAY 2

    06:00 am: Breakfast
    By jeep Safari drive to Askole takes (6-7 hrs)
    The last village of Gilgit-Baltistan from where every trek start
    Overnight in tent
    08:00 pm: Dinner & Camping at Askole

  • DAY 3

    Askole to Jhola: (3200 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    Trek start from Askole to Korofong 2-3 hrs
    1-½ hr walk crosses Small Bridge to Biafo Glacier
    Lunch/Break at Korofong continues to Jhola 2 hrs
    Overnight in tent
    08:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Jhola

  • DAY 4

    Jhola to Paiyu: (3600 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    Trek starts towards to Paiyu from Jhola takes 3-4 hrs
    Crossing Bardumal campsites
    Lunch and continue towards to Paiyu
    2-3 hrs trail climbs to a Vantage Point
    Overnight at Tent
    08:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Paiyu

  • DAY 5

    Paiju To Khuburse (3600 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    Start to trek on Baltoro Glacier
    08:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Khuburse

  • DAY 6

    Khuburse to Goro (4200 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    Walk on steep and zig-zag paths
    On the way, the eye-catching and unique ice cubes and
    View of Gaint Mountains of Karakorum 7 to 8 hours.
    08:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Gondogoro

  • DAY 7

    Gorodogoro to Concordia (4300 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    5-6 hour walk to get to the mountains ground Concordia crossing
    Overnight in tent
    08:00 pm Dinner & camping at Concordia

  • DAY 8

    Concordia (4700 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    Hike upto K-2 base camp to enjoy the legendary place
    En route to the base camp of Broad Peak and view From Concordia
    Gasherbrum IV/K-2/Broad peak/Mitre/Crystal peak/Marble Peak and Baltoro Kangri are visible
    08:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Concordia

  • DAY 9

    Concordia to Ali Camp
    06:00 am Breakfast
    Concordia to Ali Camp
    Leaving the Concordia campsite
    Start trekking and reach Vigne Glacier
    Dinner and overnight in tents at 4900 m above sea level.
    08:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Ali Camp

  • DAY 10

    Ali Camp to Kheuspang(4680 m)
    04:00 am Breakfast
    Start very early in the morning and hike up to the Gondogoro Pass
    On some slopes and crevasse prone areas we are required to be roped up
    Descend to the campsite of Kheuspang
    Dinner and overnight in tents at 5000 m above sea level
    06:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Kheuspang

  • DAY 11

    Kheuspang to Shaishcho (3600 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    Continue to Dalsangpa campsite
    Dalsangpa means field of flowers
    Views of Masherbrum peaks and glacier are visible from this campsite
    Dinner and overnight in tents at 4150 m above sea level
    08:00 pm: Dinner & Camping at Shaishcho

  • DAY 12

    Shalshcho to Hushe Onward to Skardu (2250 m)
    06:00 am Breakfast
    The last portion of the glacier
    Reach Ghondoghoro Baikh
    The trek is easy
    Descend to Saistcho
    A campsite along river bank under the shadows of trees
    Later proceed to Hushe village at the head of the jeep road
    08:00 pm Dinner & Camping at Hushe

  • DAY 13

    07:00 am Breakfast at Hushe
    08:30 am Departure from Hushe
    11:00 am Visit Chaqchan Mosque
    02:00 pm Lunch at Khaplu
    03:00 pm Departure for Skardu
    09:30 pm Dinner and Stay at Skardu

  • DAY 14

    07:00 am Breakfast at Skardu
    08:30 am Departure from Skardu
    11:00 am Visit Chaqchan Mosque
    02:00 pm Lunch at Astak
    03:00 pm Departure for Chillas
    09:30 pm Dinner and Stay at Chillas

    **For Flight:**
    06:00 am Arrival at Skardu Airport
    08:00 am Departure from Skardu
    10:00 am Arrival at Rawalpindi Airport

  • DAY 15

    07:00 am Breakfast at Chillas
    08:30 am Departure from Chillas
    11:00 am Visit Chaqchan Mosque
    02:00 pm Lunch at Naran
    03:00 pm Departure for Islamabad
    09:30 pm Arrival at Islamabad
    Proper Guidance


  • Camps (3 persons sharing)

  • Sleeping mattress

  • Sleeping bag

  • Transport

  • Standard Meals

  • Guide

  • Basic first aid kit

Event Host

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Prices are mentioned in rupees per person.

BenefitsPlatinum (By Air)Gold (By Air or Road)
Accidental Death & Permanent Disability1,000,0005,00,000
Accidental Medical Reimbursement50,00025,000
Emergency Medical Evacuation30,00015,000
Repatriation of Mortal Remains *15,00015,000
Loss of Baggage7,5003,500
Loss of CNIC2,0001,500

* In case of natural death only.

Cancellation Policy

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  • - 50% of the total amount will be deducted if **cancellation** notified 7 days prior to the trip.
  • - 75% of the total amount will be deducted if **cancellation** notified 4 days prior to the trip.
  • - 100% of the total amount will be deducted if **cancellation** notified within the last 3 days prior to the trip unless the trip is canceled by the management

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Ratings & Reviews of the Trip

4.0 (1)
Trip Reviews

By Anonymous

February 28, 2021

Had an amazing time..