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30 Sep

Workman Peak (5885m)

Biafo Glacier (60 km. long) and Hispar Glacier (61 km. long) meet at the 5151 m.Hispar Pass to form one of the longest glacial systems outside the Polar Regions. This highway of ice connects two ancient mountain kingdoms; Hunza in the west with Baltistan in the east. At the base of Hispar Pass on its eastern flank rests Snow Lake, a basin of ice (16 km. wide) surrounded by granite pinnacles yet to be climbed. Glaciologists have conducted various experiments on the lake and have found the ice to be approximately...

30 Sep

Minglik Sar (6050m)

Minglik Sar Expedition (2022-23) – 19 days Minglik Sar Expedition is a medium duration trekking holiday in our trekking peak category in Shimshal Valley of Hunza region. It is a holiday in one of the isolated valleys for trekkers offered by Chogholingsa Trek & Tours Pak. Given below are the details of this holiday. Brief Itinerary – Minglik Sar Expedition Day 01: Arrive at Islamabad International Airport (590m) Day 02: Fly to Gilgit & Drive to Karimabad, Hunza Day 03: Spend Free day in Karimabad – official paperwork Day 04: Drive to Shimshal village – Hotel Day 05: Free Day...

30 Sep

Sonia Peak (6340m)

Trek Details A super Trek on the Northern edge of Karakoram, the dramatically beautiful territory of Shimshal Valley is home to the finest trekking in the Karakoram, laying between the Karakoram highway, the Chinese border, and the Northern margin of the Karakoram Range. This is a remote area including 9 Peaks above 7000 meters, Shimshal Valley is Situated at 3200m from sea level, Shimshal is one of the oldest settlements of Wakhi People is the Hunza region, There are some of 240 households and almost 1900 of Papulation, The village was...

30 Sep

Drifika Peak (6647m)

    The Drifika (6447m) Peak is located in Charakusa Glacier, Karakoram, Pakistan. Drifika offers a major challenge for veteran climbers, and is considered as one of the hardest climb of below 6500m peaks in Karakoram. The Peak was first climbed by the Japanese expedition team led by Akiya Ishimura in 1978. Drifika Peak (6647) Drifica is a tough goal. Climbers desiring to conquer the summit will require having the physical fitness and variety of experience. In addition to the understandable climbing and rope work abilities required those with a broad background of mountain...