Nanga Parbat Expedition – 50 Days Overview

Sprache Chinesisch, Englisch, Französisch, Hindi, japanisch
Kosten 7000 USD für die exkursion
Anzahl der Teilnehmer Eine Person
Dauer 7 Wochen 1 Tag

The world’s 9th tallest mountain, Nanga Parbat stands tall at a height of 8,126m (8.126km). It lies in the northern part of Pakistan and is famous as ‘Diamer’ among the Pakistani people which translates into ‘huge mountain in Tibetan’. The venture on the Nanga Parbat Expedition is once in a life time experience. The name ‘Nanga Parbat’ was modified ‘Nanga Parbata’ which means ‘the naked mountain’ in the Sanskrit language.

As the name suggests, the mountain has very steep sides due to which not much of the snow can accumulate here and cover it entirely. Hence, the mountain remains naked without much of the snow coverings. Nanga Parbat Expedition gives a chance to experience the unbelievable beauty of nature as well as the massive sized mountains.

Nanga Parbat has the Rupal face at the west which is the world’s highest mountain face. Besides this, the climbers can also experience the beauty of the Fairy Meadows. On the way to Nanga Parbat, you can find the beautiful grasslands known as Fairy Meadows. A Japanese photographer named these grasslands the Fairy Meadow. These areas also have wide pine forests which are home to many amazing plants and animals.

Intrepid mountaineers face an incredible challenge on Nanga Parbat. Get ready to be enthralled by the story of daring climbers who attempt to scale its perilous slopes and freezing summits. This captivating trip offers an amazing voyage of fortitude, tenacity, and the unrelenting quest of passing nature’s toughest test, from the heart-pounding ascent over difficult terrain to the stunning panoramas that await at the summit.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arriving at a hotel in Islamabad

Day 2: Briefing and preparing for the expedition

Day 3: Driving through Karakoram highway to reach Chilas

Day 4: Driving to Halala and then trekking to Kachal, camp will be set

Day 5: Trekking to Nanga Parbat basecamp

Day 6-45: Climbing Nanga Parbat and returning back to the basecamp

Day 46: Trekking to Diamoroi, camp will be set

Day 47: Trekking to Halala and then driving to Chilas

Day 48: Driving to Islamabad7: Trekking to Halala and then driving to Chilas

Day 49: Farewell program organized by Pakistani Alpine Club

Day 50: Returning home


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