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Overall, North Pakistan (the mountains region) is paradise for adventure lovers.
Rock climbing in the Karakoram one can imagine super. Unfortunately, most of the rock quality not good and when it is good then you can see solid granite and certainly solid granite for rock climbers.
The well-known areas for rock climbing in North Pakistan is Baltistan, where one can find most of quality rocks. The area in Baltistan are in the Baltoro Region along the Baltoro glacier, Snow Lake, Charakusa valley, Kondus & saltoro valley and Nangma Valley.
Some of the well-known rocks are Baltoro Muztagh, Trango Towers are the Karakoram’s most famous rock. In close proximity are other collosal spires such as the Cathedral Towers, Uli Biaho and Shipton Spire.
There are other areas likely Charakusa and Nangma Valleys in the Masherbrum Musztagh which are big wall heaven. The Nangma Valley is home to Amin Brakk the Great Tower (5800m). The Charakusa Glacier is also excellent with K7 being the most famous. These valleys have received a lot of climbers in the last ten years or so and there are already various ‘classic’ lines. New routes are being put up every year in these latter areas.
In Hunza & Nagar region along the famous Karakorum Highway, very quality rocks are everywhere and among them the most famous rocks are Lady Finger & Pumori Chhish.
Islamabad International Airport
Day 01: ✈ Arrival at Islamabad
Day 02: Briefing at Ministry of Tourism
Day 03: Fly to Skardu or drive to Chilas
Day 04: Day free at Skardu or Drive to Skardu
Day 05: Drive to Hushe Valley.
Day 06: Trek to Saitcho
Day 07: Trek to Spangser
Day 08: Trek to Base Camp
Day 09 – 23: 15 days climbing
Day 24: Trek to Saichu.
Day 25: Trek back to Hushe.
Day 26: Jeep drive to Skardu
Day 27: Drive to Chilas
Day 28: Drive to Islamabad
Day 29: Debriefing at ministry of tourism
Day 30: ✈ Fly Home.
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