Pakistan Explorer provides services for trekking expeditions for beginners as well as for the hardcore trekkers. We strive for the people to enjoy the pleasures of mingling with the local communities, sharing mutual experiences of life, love and the world around us.
“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” Andre Gide
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One of the most sought after adventure treks in the world. On the K2 Base Camp Trek you won't find any teahouses, batthis or other comfortable places to stay. On this legendary trek, you will spend most of your nights in a tent. There is hardly any infrastructure on the route to K2 Base Camp and that makes this trek an adventure for the intrepid trekker. If you want to see, mountains, mountains and even more mountains, K2 Base Camp is calling you. You must go.
The Circle trek around Nanga provides majestic vistas of the beautiful mountain ranges including the Mazeno, the Rupal (highest mountain face in the world with a vertical steep of 4600m), the Ganalo Peak, The Diamir Face and the scenic Riakot Face. The Indus Gorge, right next to Nanga Parbat is also the deepest mountain gorge in the world with an altitude gradient of 1200m ASL to 8125m ASL in just a matter of few miles.
Contrary to the much visited Fairy Meadows and Raikot face of Nanga Parbat, Diamir aka Diamoro (in local dialect) is much rugged, long and a raw trek. Rising from 1200m ASL the trek takes you to 4200m in a span of three days, literally climbing one kilometer vertically everyday. This trek has a climbing history spanning more than 100 years coupled with intriguing myths and legends.
Center point of Ralph Barker's award winning book 'The Last Blue Mountain' originally published in 1959, Haramosh Valley is overshadowed by the dangerous Haramosh Peak. At the foot of Haramosh lies the stunning Kutwal Lake. We take you to the exquisitely breathtaking sparsely explored the beautiful Haramosh Valley and Kutwal Lake.
North Face aka Raikot Face of Nanga Parbat is the route of the first ascent of the Killer Mountain in 1953 by Austrian Herman Buhl. Start of October in particular, is probably the best time to visit Fairy Meadows where the Birch trees are all set to shed their leaves in a bid to welcome the autumn.
“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” T. S. Eliot
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