Broad Peak is considered as one of the easiest 8,000m peaks to climb in Pakistan Mountain at the height of 8,047m. It is located in the Karakoram Range in the North-eastern part of Pakistan. The mountain is situated towards the western part of Baltoro glacier between K2 and Gasherbrum IV. In 1957, the first ascent of Broad Peak was achieved by a small Austrian expedition. Broad Peak is recognized as the 12th highest mountain in the world.
The Broad Peak expedition gives you the strength to climb one of the most exciting and beautiful peaks in Pakistan. The expedition begins after your arrival in Islamabad.
Karakoram Range and the Indus River
K2 and Gasherbrum IV
Day 1: Arrival in Islamabad
After you arrive in Islamabad, our representative will welcome you and help you to transfer to a hotel. In the evening we will discuss the quest.
Day 2: Rest day in Islamabad (585m)
We will rest and get ready for the journey today. We buy the necessary materials and gear for exploration. We also visit various places in Islamabad.
Day 3: Fly to Skardu (2,228m)
Early in the morning, we head to the town of Skardu in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The town is the main gateway to the Eight-thousanders of the nearby Karakoram Mountains.
Day 4: Rest day in Skardu
Today we explore the entire Skardu. Skardu is known for its beautiful mountains, including the Karakoram Range and the Indus River.
Day 5: Drive to Askole (2,600m)
The next day, we go to Askole. It is a small town located in the valley of Shigar. It is the gateway to the world's 14 highest peaks, known as the Eight-thousanders Situations, located in a remote area of the Karakoram Mountains at 3040 m above sea level.
Day 6: Trek to Jhola (3,185m)
Jhola is a beautiful valley that reveals the Biafo Glacier, which flows more than 50 kilometers from Hisar La Pass to Braldu. The trail crosses the glacier of various glaciers, giving the experience of the harsh and intense weather that forms the base of these great mountains.
Day 7: Trek to Paiju (3,383m)
The next morning we made the trek to Paiju. The walk goes along the riverbank, moving up and down depending on the water level of Braldu.
Day 8: Rest day in Paiju
We take rest in Paiju.
Day 9: Trek to Urdukas (4,130m)
The trail towards Urdukas goes through two different feeding glaciers that are easy to walk along the Baltoro.
Day 10: Trek to Goro II (4,250m)
Walking to Goro II takes you through the easy trekking route to the center. Rocks and screen steering we go to the north to the moraine hollow. We enjoy our day at Goro II.
Day 11: Trek to Broad Peak Base Camp (4,572m)
Early in the morning, we go to the Broad Peak Base Camp. You get a great view of the beautiful mountains from the base camp.
Day 12 – Day 40: Climbing Period [Summit (8,047m)]
Our main ascent quest begins on the 12th day of the expedition. The days to reach the summit depends on the weather, physical fitness and the experience of mountaineers.
Day 41: Cleaning up Basecamp
After reaching a peak at 8,068 meters, we are preparing to return home. We’ll clean up base camp and wait another day.
Day 42: Trek to Goro II
On the 43rd day of the expedition, we head back to Goro II.
Day 43: Trek to Khurburtze
The hiking trail leads to the Baltoro Glacier at the south end.
Day 44: Trek to Mundung
We continue our journey to Mundung, surrounded by local habitats and beautiful landscapes.
Day 45: Trek to Askole
The next day, we hike to the Ascol through the desert landscape and cross many suspension bridges
Day 46: Trek to Skardu
We return to Skardu with stunning views of Nanga Parbat (8125 m).
Day 47: Rest day in Skardu
We rest in Skardu. We’ll explore the city and take different photographs for memories.
Day 48: Fly to Islamabad
We will return to Islamabad the next morning. While in the flight, we pass through the dense forest as we head south to the plains.
Day 49: Leisure day in Islamabad
We spend our vacations exploring the beautiful sights of the city in Islamabad.
Day 50: Final Departure
Our exploration is coming to this day. Our staff will assist you with your last departure.
Inclusion / Exclusion
Airport Pickup and drop
5 Nights’ accommodation in Islamabad and 3 nights’ accommodation in Skardu including breakfast
All essential transportation in Pakistan during the expedition
Climbing permit for Broad peak, all necessary documents, National Park feesand Garbage deposit
Meal for trekking and entire expedition
Base Camp cook and helpers
Porter from/to the Base Camp
Staff’s Insurance (medical & emergency rescue)
50 kg luggage per member
Base camp tents: Dining, Kitchen, Store, Toilet, Hot shower, form mattresses, Table & Chairs, kitchen gear and other necessary items
Generator or Solar panel and Heater will be provided at Base camp
Daily Weather forecast
4 bottles for each member and 3 bottles for each Climbing Sherpa. Extra Oxygen for emergencies is available at Base Camp (costs as per use)
Branded Tents for the expedition like north face, Kailash
Set of Top out or Summit mask & Regulator for every member and Sherpa
Satellite Phone and walkie talkie as per need
Broad peak summiteer Sherpa for each Member
Necessary cooking gas, cooking pot, gas burner, high-food, advanced ropes, and other climbing gears
Sherpa climbing equipment allowance, carrying bonus, and daily wages etc.
Broad peak climbing Certificate issued by ACOP (after successfully ascent to Broad peak)
Meal (Lunch & dinner) in Pakistan hotel stay
Insurance (Travel, high altitude, medical & emergency rescue)
Personal expenses (Telephone, internet, laundry, any alcohol, personal equipment, and shopping)
Pakistan visa fees
Emergency rescue evacuation cost
Bonus for Sherpa after Summit Wisely, make a helicopter rescue and search policy in your Insurance