Mount K2 (8,611m / 28.251ft) is the second highest peak in the world. Though it is just  784 feet lower than Mount Everest, it has long been known as the mountaineer’s mountain. The sharp triangle of its silhouette and height above the surrounding terrain not only define the archetypal image of a mountain but also make K2 far more difficult and dangerous to climb. Truly speaking, it is much more technically difficult to summit than Mt. Everest. The most popular route to climb Mt. K2 Expedition is the Abruzzi Spur.

Till date, many international expedition teams have succeeded in ascending to the summit of K2 via the Abruzzi Spur. The route leads us about 300 ft. up steep wind-packed snow towards the summit ridge. From the summit of K2, we can see the 360-degree view of Mount Gasherbrums (I-VII), Masherbrum, Mustagh Tower, and Chogolisa.  The summit lies vertically 650 meters above Camp 4  between 7,520 meters and 8,000 meters.

We can complete the Mt. K2 Expedition within the time span of eight weeks (from/to Islamabad) or if we wish as long as ten weeks or more depending on the weather conditions. After the summit, we cross over the 6000 meters high Gondogoro Pass and descend to the beautiful green Hushe valley until we reach Skardu.

We have been running Mt. K2 Expedition in Pakistan for over 8 years and we know all of the permits procedures, yak drivers, and hoteliers personally over there. We have our own highly experienced, hard-working Sherpa climbing, high altitude guides, cooks, and porters from Nepal. Any individual team member can join us for the K2 expedition in Pakistan.


  • Mt. K2 is known for  the most difficult and dangerous of all mountains
  • The mountain has  the highest fatality-to-summit rate
  • Ascents are normally made in July and August, the warmest times of the year
  • Summiting K2 still  remains a cherished goal for  many climbers from all over the world

Day 01: Arrive in Islamabad (540m ) and Transfer to hotel

Day 02: Briefing at the Ministry of Tourism. Meeting with LO (Liaison Officer)

Day 03: Fly to Skardu. In case of cancellation of flight drive to Chilas (480 km).

Day 04: Day free at Skardu in case you arrive by flight. If you are driving, you will complete the road journey (07–08 hrs) to Skardu (275 km) En-route has a good view of  Nanga Parbat (8,125m).

Day 05: Drive from Skardu to Askole (2,600m) by jeeps (6 hours)

Day 06: Trek from Askole to Jhola (3,185m)

Day 07:  Trek from Jhola to paiyu (3,383m)

Day 08: Rest Day in Paiyu

Day 09: Trek from Paiyu to Urdukas (4,130m)

Day 10: Trek from Urdukas to Goro II (4,250m)

Day 11: Trek from Goro II to Board peak Base Camp(4,572m)

Day 12: Trek from Broad Base Camp to K2 Base Camp (5,150m )

Day 13-44:  Climbing period from Base camp to summit (8,611m) and back to Base camp

Day 45: Rest day in Base camp and personal equipment packing

Day 46: Trek from Base camp to Goro II (4,250m)

Day 47: Trek from Goro II to  Khuburtse

Day 48: Trek from Kumburtse to mundung

Day 49: Trek from mundung to Askole

Day 50: Drive from Askole to Skardu

Day 51: Rest day at Skardu

Day 52: Fly from Skardu to Islamabad and transfer to Hotel

Day 53:  Rest day in Islamabad

Day 54: Transfer to airport for final departure

NOTE: No. of days depends on weather, fitness, and experience of the climbers

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