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Mount Nanga Parbat Expedition (8,126m)


Nanga Parbat (literally in Sanskrit means Naked Mountain) is in Pakistan. It is the ninth highest mountain in the world with a summit elevation of 8,126 metres (26,660 ft) above sea level. Nanga Parbat massif is located at the western corner pillar of the Himalayas and close to the Karakoram Range. It is an isolated mountain surrounded by the rivers Indus and Astore. It has 3 huge faces. The Rakhiot (Ra Kot) face is overlooked by the north and south silver crags and silver plateau; the Diamir face is rocky in the beginning. The Rupal face is the highest precipice in the world. Anyone who has ever stood at the foot of this Rupal face up above the ‘Tap Alpe’, gets  amazed by its sheer size. The ice wall of Mount Nanga Parbat is the highest in the world. It is really challenging to climb. As there happened many mountaineering deaths in the mid and early 20th century, climbers have lent it the nickname ‘killer mountain’  It was  first climbed on 3rd of July 1953 via East Ridge (Rakhiot Flank) by Hermann Buhl a member of German-Austrian Expedition Team. Buhl was the first climber to summit Mt. Nanga Parbat above 8,000 metre alone without oxygen. We follow the easiest and safest Kinshofer route for expedition via the Westerly Diamir face.

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Day 01: Islamabad: Arrivel Islamabad. Welcome reception at Alpine Club of Pakistan.
Day 02: Islamabad: Briefing at the Ministry of Tourism.
Day 03: Chilas: Drive by coach to Chilas (480km) on Karakoram Highway.
Day 04-05: Drive to Halale by jeep and trek to Diamori B.C.
Day 06–45: 40 days for acclimatization and climbing.
Day 46-47: Trek down to Halale and drive by jeep to Chilas.
Day 48: Islamabad: Drive on KKH to Islamabad. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 49: Farewell meeting at Alpine Club of Pakistan.
Day 50: Departure
01: Airport pick up and drop
02: 4 nights Hotel in Islamabad on bed & breakfast basis
03: All Necessary transportation in Pakistan during the expedition trip
04: Climbing permit for Mount Nangaparbat & all necessary documents
05: Food for trekking and whole expedition
06: Government Liaison officer
07: Base camp cook & Kitchen helpers
08: National park & garbage deposit fees
09: Porter up to Base camp & return from the Base camp
10: Staff’s Medical & emergency rescue Insurance
11: 50 Kg per member as personal baggage
12: Base camp Tents; Dining/Kitchen/Store/Toilet/Hot shower/form mattresses/Table & Chairs/Cooking gears and other materials
13: Generator or Solar panel will be provided at Base camp using Computer and other electronic devices
14: Weather forecast
15: Oxygen: 3 bottle for member and 2 bottle for each Climbing Sherpa. Extra Oxygen for emergencies stored at Base camp
16: VE25 North face or any other branded Tents for the expedition
17: One Set of Top out or Summit mask & Regulator for each member and climbing Sherpa
18: Satellite Phone and walkie talkie as needed on the basis of Member
19: Mount Nangaparbat summiteer Sherpa guide for per Member
20: Necessary cooking gas, cooking pot, high food, ropes and other climbing gear’s for the expedition
21: Climbing Sherpa equipment allowance, carrying bonus, summit bonus and his daily wages etc.
22 Mount Nangaparbat climbing Certificate issued by ACoP (after climbing Mount Nangaparbat successfully)
Maintaining
01: Lunch & dinner in Pakistan hotel stay
02: Travel and high altitude insurance, medical & emergency evacuation
03: Telephone, Internet, Laundry, any Alcoholic beverages, personal equipment and shopping
04: Pay visa fees upon arrival as per the rules and regulation of Pakistan government
05: Emergency rescue evacuation cost, if needed and all other personal nature expenses

Note: Please kindly make a Helicopter Search and Rescue policy in your Insurance
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