K-2 Basecamp and Gondogoro La (5650-M) Trek

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Tour Details

Every Year trekkers set to K2 Base Camp to get experience of the throne room of mountain gods.

A little more about Our K2 Base Camp Trek, Your day normally starts at 6am or 7am, the routine during the trek is early to bed and up early each day. Early wake up with a mug of steaming tea or coffee while still in the bed, before the sun rise. You will pack all your equipment and after hearty breakfast you will be on the trail. The local staff either provide you packed lunch or will give hot lunch on the route to the next camp. It will be cold in the morning but quite warm during the day if the weather is pleasant, some days are even hotter you need to wear t-shirts and shorts.

This is one of the most adventurous and spectacularly scenic treks in Karakoram, offering breathtaking views of the highest mountains and longest glaciers outside the polar region.

This alternate approach to the Concordia Glacier and K2 Basecamp crosses the fantastic Gondogoro La Pass (5650 m) and gives some of the most remarkable mountain views in the world. Peaks visible on the circuitinclude K2, Broad Peak, Gasherbrums I through IV on the Concordia side, and Masherbrum (7821 m), K6 (7282 m), K7, and the beautiful Laila Peak in the Hushe Valley on the other side of the pass. The circuit can be completed in either direction beginning either in Hushe, or Askole.

Climbing the Gondogoro La requires good physical fitness, and involves use of rope and ice axe.

We begin from Islamabad the modern capital of Pakistan, and visit the colorful bazaars in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. We either fly from Islamabad to Skardu and back, or drive the Karakoram Highway through three great Mountain Ranges; The Himalayas, Karakoram and Hindu Kush, under the shadow of the great walls of Nanga Parbat (8125 meters).

  1. Porters Equipment
  2. Porter food and kerosene oil for porter
  3. Insurance, of porters, Guide, Cook & Helper
  4. Wages, Insurance, equipment and Transportation of Guide
  5. Gondogoro La rescue Charges
  6. Karakoram National Park fee


  1. Sleeping bags, rucksacks and personal clothing equipment.
  2. Medication, ground evacuation and helicopter rescue Deposit US$15,000/ charges of any kind.
  3. Room services, laundry charges, beverages and items of personal nature.
  4. Phone /communication bills.
  5. Insurance or liability of any members.

Islamabad , Hotel Lunch and Dinner

Terms and Conditions


A non-refundable deposit of $300 or 15% of the tour is required in order to make a reservation with the company. Total balance is due 3 weeks prior to departure. When price once fixed then any extra expenses will be charged to the client.

MODE OF PAYMENT: Bank Transfer:

Name of the Bank:

National Bank Of Pakistan
Branch Skardu

Account Title:

Karakorum Guides Pakistan

Account No:

PK19 ASCM 0002 1901 0000 4810

Swift Code:



Before 3 weeks prior to departure, the deposit is non-refundable. Within 3 weeks, 50%, whichever is less, is non-refundable. Once the tour starts 100% is non-refundable. There will be no refund for unused services.


The Karakorum Guides Pakistan have made attempts to make the itineraries accurate but the company has reserved the right to change itinerary under unfavourable conditions. In such circumstances the company will provide similar alternatives. We welcome any changes before final booking.


On treks and safaris 20 kg and on expeditions 50kg will be free.


The Karakorum Guides will do its best to make the tours comfortable and secure. However, the company shall not responsible for any kind of injury, damage, death, loss, accident, delays, public disturbances, and all those that beyond our control.


It is important for the clients to purchase a travel insurance package in their own country, hence no foreigner will be able to purchase an insurance in Pakistan. Trekking, expedition, tours, safari may involve risks and several other factors that cannot be foretold. Medical emergencies, natural calamities are common in high altitudes and we like to be assured that our clients are insured against helicopter evacuations, trip cancellations, and personal accidents so that they don’t have to suffer.

It is to be noted that the company shall not bear any losses or provide compensation in case the guest’s insurance doesn’t cover any or all aspects of the trip.


K-2 Basecamp and Gondogoro La (5650-M) Trek

No. of Days: 21
Season: June- September
Grade: Challenging
Zone: Permit
Region: Karakorum
Max Altitude: 5650M

Days Trip Itinerary
Day 01 Islamabad (500-M)
Day 02 Skardu 245m/Chilas (1200m)
Day 03 Chilas(1200m)
Day 04 Skardu(2450m)
Day 05 Askole (2450m)
Day 06 Jhola (3200m)
Day 07 Paiju (3600m)
Day 08 Paiju(3600m)Day 09 Urdukas (4200m)

Day 10 Goro II (4500m)
Day 11 Concordia (4680m)
Day 12- 13 Rest day at Concordia (4600m)
Day 14 Ali Camp (5100m)
Day 15 Trek over Gondogoro-La(5650m) to Khuspang (4600m)
Day 16 Trek down to Shaicho (3200m)
Day 17 Trek Shaicho to Hushe (2850m)
Day 18 Drive to Skardu (6-7 hrs.)
Day 19 Islamabad/Chilas
Day 20 Islamabad
Day 21 Islamabad

1. Airport to hotel on arrival & hotel to airport on departure
2. Hotel accommodation with bed & breakfast in Islamabad on double occupancy basis 03 nights.
3. Islamabad Local Transport
4. Flight ticket or Transportation from Islamabad / Skardu/Islamabad with all trekking luggage’s
5. Hotel to airport on departure for Skardu
6. Skardu Airport to hotel
7. Three nights in Skardu Hotel with full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
8. Jeeps Skardu/ Askoli/ Hushe/ Skardu
9. Wages, insurance, food of cook,
10. Wages, insurance, food, of porter Sirdar
11. Trekking permit fee. $100 per person
12. Full board camping food during trek
13. Briefing & de- briefing in the Ministry of tourism.
14. Mess tent, Kitchen tent, table, chairs & kitchen equipment Member tent and Mattress
15. Assistance in obtaining trekking permit & other documentations
16. Porter payment
17. Camping fees, road taxes & bridge crossing of trekking members & porters