Mt. K2

  • Max. Altitude: 8611
  • Duration: 53
  • Grade: Hard

  • Description
  • Itinerary
  • Cost Includes
  • Cost Excludes

Mt. K2 with the height 8,616 meters/28,267 is the 2nd highest mountain after Mt. Everest-8848m. It lies on the borderline of Pakistan and China. K2 is counted as the most difficult mountain to climb. Local meaning of K2 is “Chogori”, “THE KING OF MOUNTAINS”

The first successful 8000er, Reinhold Messner’s said “K2 is the mountain of mountains. It is the most impressive but the most difficult peak in the world. K2 has variously been described as the “awesome”, “killer”, “savage” and “the mountain of mountains”.

K2 is regarded as unlucky mountain for women. The first woman to reach K2 summit was the legendary Polish climber Wanda Rutkiewicz in 1986-june. Over the next 18 years, five female climbers made K2 successful but all 5 were killed. Three died during the descent down on K2 after summit, two others died nearby mountains. The first female K2 climber, Rutkiewicz also died on Mount Kangchenjunga in 1992. The curse was finally broken in 2004 by Edurne Pasaban. She was 31 years old Spanish mountaineer, who remains alive till these day. Ms Edurne Pasaban is the first female climbers to climb all 14*8000m. In 2014, 5 women made successful ascent leaving most historic year of women K2 summit.

Fact and Figure

Location: Xiangjing,China / Karakoram,Pakistan
First ascent: July 31, 1954 by Achille Compagnoni and Lino Lacedelli
Expedition: Italian
Summits/Deaths: 354/82
Death Rate after summit: 23.16%
Facts : It’s high, steep, with a high risk for avalanches and rock fall. The weather is often bad and technical. Reinhold Messner said, “Mountain of Mountains”.


  • The flight between Islamabad and Skardu depends on weather condition. In case of bad cancellation due to bad weather can affect the confirmed reservation son need to drive to Chilas on same day.
  • Itinerary can be changed as per clients wishes and weather condition.
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Day 01: Arrival in Islamabad Meet Everyone (Both foreigners and Nepali sherpa)
Day 02: Briefing at Ministry of Tourism
Day 03: Flight Islamabad to Skardu (In case of flight cancellation due to bad weather then we need to drive to Chilas on same day)
Day 04: Drive chilas to Skardu
Day 05: Drive Skardu-Askoli by jeep around (6hrs)
Day 06: Trek Askoli-Jula (6-7hrs)
Day 07: Trek Jula-Paiju (6-7hrs)
Day 08: Rest day in Paiju
Day 09: Trek Paiju-Urdukus (7hrs)
Day 10: Trek Urdukus-Goro-II (5hrs)
Day 11: Trek Goro-II to Concordia (4-5hrs)
Day 12 : Trek Goro-II- K2 Base Camp
Day 13-44: Climbing Period
Day 45: Trek K2 B.C-Goro-II(7-8hrs)
Day 46: Trek Goro-II-Khuburche (7-8hrs)
Day 47: Trek Khuburche to Jhula (7hrs)
Day 48: Trek to Askoli (6-7hrs)
Day 49: Drive Askoli-Skardu
Day 50: Flight to Islamabad (In case of flight cancellation due to bad weather then we need to drive to Chilas)
Day 51: Drive Chilas-Islamabad
Day 52: Free day and dinner party together
Day 53: Departure to respected countries
  • K2 Climbing Permit and other required permit of both member and Personnel Sherpa
  • Liaison Officer fee
  • 1member: 1climbing Sherpa from Nepal
  • Oxygen (4-5 cylinders to climbing member and 2 for climbing Sherpa)
  • Latest Mask Regulator Set (TopOut mask)
  • Staff insurance (climbing Sherpa, Kitchen staff and porters)
  • Allowance for Sherpa & other staffs
  • Lodging & Food during trekking and Expedition
  • 2ways Flight Ticket : Islamabadh – Skardu- Islamabadh
  • Transfer in Pakistan
  • Hotel in Pakistan on BB plan (Bed and Breakfast)
  • Group Climbing gear ( rope, ice crew, snow bar, Epi gas, cooking pots and others)
  • Cook from Nepal for delicious food at base camp.
  • Tents and food in Base camp and High camps.
  • Kitchen Staffs at Base camp
  • Porter to BC & back
  • Solar set at Base camp
  • Generator (for charging high voltage electronic devices)
  • Communication (walkieTalkie)
  • Weather Report based from Swiss Forecast
  • Satellite phone service with fixed calling charge
  • International Airfare
  • Summit Bonus to personnel climbing Sherpa of 1000/-USD
  • Member’s Personal climbing equipment.
  • Personal climbing Insurance
  • Lunch, Dinner & Drink in Islamabadh.
  • Personal equipment cargo to and from Islamabad
  • Pakistan Visa fee
  • Helicopter Rescue if needed
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Tips to Staffs if you like.
Extra Services on extra payment
  • Sherpa from Nepal : 12,700/-USD with full service for him
  • High Altitude porter from Pakistan: 5000/- USD
  • Oxygen per bottle of 4 litres : 540/-USD
  • Masks Set on rent :350/-USD {$800/- USD if lost)

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