Govt. Reg: 143047/072/073 Phone: +977-1-4811067 Mobile: +9779818288444 +9779813449810
Govt. Reg: 143047/072/073 Phone: +977-1-4811067 Mobile: +9779818288444 +9779813449810

Mt. Broad Peak Expedition

Broad Peak, locally called Falchan Kangri, is the world’s twelfth highest mountain at 8,047 meters. It is located along the western Baltoro glacier between K2 and Gasherbrum IV in the Karakoram Range in north-eastern Pakistan. The expedition main route to the summit involves a 3,150 m. ascent from the base camp via the West Spur and North Ridge and this route is moderately strenuous. The summit ridge of the peak is almost 2 km long and therefore, British explorer, W.M. Conway named the mountain ‘Broad Peak’. An Austrian expedition team were the first from Europe to summit this peak in 1957 without porters or supplemental oxygen.

Upon arriving in Islamabad, we collect the permits for the peak and fly from Islamabad to Skardu. We also have another option, if the weather is good, we can travel by jeep through the Indus gorge to Askole. In Askole we fix camp out in the wild countryside.

From Askole we begin our trek to base camp of  Mount Broad Peak and each night we camp out at Jhula, Paiju, Urdukas, Goro II  and Concordia Broad peak base camp before we actually ascend and summit to Mount  Broad peak. It takes us 6 days to reach the base camp. Balti porters will carry all our camping gear and luggage up the valley towards the stark and barren countryside. From the base camp, the route involves ascent through a rock gully to Camp I (6,000m) and then further up a large snow face until we reach Camp II at around 6,400m. A final camp is set up at 7,400m from here we make the summit attempt. The climbing is not that extremely steep but the remoteness of the area will make an especially rewarding experience. Climbing to this remote region will have its own unique experience.

Arrival at Islamabad then transfer to hotel

Free day in Islamabad

Fly to Skardu

Skardu - free day at Skardu

Skardu - Briefing at Tourism department of Gilgit Baltistan. Final preparation at Skardu

Drive by Jeep to Askole

Trek to Johla

Trek to Paiyu

Rest day at Paiyu

Trek to Urdukas

Trek to Goro II

Trek to Concordia Broad peak base camp

Climbing period of Mt. Broad Peak

Trek back to Goro II

Trek to Khuburtze

Trek to Mungrong

Trek to Askole

Drive by jeep to Skardu

Farewell meeting (Briefing) at Tourism Department of Gilgit Baltistan

Islamabad/Chilas. Fly to Islamabad Pakisthan (Subject to weather). Upon arrival transfer to hotel. In case of flight cancellation drive to Chilas. Overnight at hotel

Leisure day at Islamabad. In Case of driving, complete road journey from Chilas to Islamabad

Final Departure

  • International and Domestic airport transfer
  • 5 Nights hotel accommodation in Islamabad and 3 nights hotel accommodation in Skardu with breakfast
  • All necessary transportation in Pakistan during the expedition trip
  • Climbing permit for Broad peak & all necessary documents
  • Food for trekking and whole expedition
  • Government Liaison officer
  • Base Camp cook & kitchen helpers
  • National park & garbage disposal fees
  • Porter up to Base Camp & return from the Base Camp
  • Staff’s medical & emergency rescue insurance
  • 50 kg per member as personal baggage
  • Base camp tents: Dining, Kitchen, Store, Toilet, Hot shower, form mattresses, Table & Chairs, Cooking gears and other necessary materials
  • Generator or Solar panel will be provided at Base camp for using Computer and other electronic devices
  • Weather forecast
  • Oxygen: 4 bottles for member and 3 bottles for each Climbing Sherpa. Extra Oxygen for emergencies stored at Base Camp (chargeable as per use)
  • VE25 North face or any other branded Tents for the expedition
  • One Set of Top out or Summit mask & Regulator for each member and Sherpa
  • Satellite Phone and walkie talkie as needed on the basis of Member
  • Broad peak summiteer Sherpa guide for per Member
  • Necessary cooking gas, cooking pot, high food, ropes and other climbing gears
  • Climbing Sherpa equipment allowance, carrying bonus, and his daily wages etc.
  • Broad peak climbing Certificate issued by ACOP (after climbing Broad peak successfully)
  • Lunch & dinner in Pakistan hotel stay
  • Travel and high altitude insurance, medical & emergency evacuation
  • Telephone, internet, laundry, and any alcoholic beverages
  • personal climbing equipment
  • Pakistan entry visa fees
  • Emergency rescue evacuation cost, if needed
  • Summit Bonus for Climbing Sherpa US $.

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