K7 Peak Expedition 2020 - 20 Days

K7 (6935m) in Nangma Valley

The K7 peak located in the Khaplu region of Saltoro village and Masherbrum ranges. The nearby glaciers are Kaberi and Charakusa. Possible route to the peak is from Thagas and Kaberi glacier. Charakusa and Nangma is a very beautiful and  Unique wall rock of Karakorum Baltistan in Pakistan. The Nangma Valley is home to K6, the most famous K7  Peak with Amin Brakk the Great Tower (5800m). Since last 10 years, many climbers are coming to this region from all around the globe.

K7 Peak Climbing from 1955-1976

The number of Harvard Mountaineering Club Expedition examined K7 Peak in 1955. In 1976, an eight member of strong expedition from Fukuoka Japani Climbing Club tried their luck on this peak. It however, they were unsuccessful because of shortage of time.

K7 Peak Climbing in 1977

In 1977, the Japan Asia University Karakoram Expedition led by Nabue Sakamoto attempted the peak from its west face through Charakusa glacier but was failed. Its climbing leader was Hiroshi Ishkikawa. In 1982, another Japanese party called Hosho expedition, led by Masayoki Hoshina attempted the peak again from Charakusa glacier. This six member expedition could reach 6,096m.

 K7 Peak First Summit in 1984

Again in 1984, an Australian expedition of Roddy Mackenzie, which consisted of four persons, tried its luck on the peak, but could not climb it. In the same year the Japan Ski Alpine Club expedition of T. Nagata which consisted of eight persons also tried to climb the peak. Three of its members reached the top on 8th of August. Next day, the leader and two other members also reached the peak. Earlier, the party set up five camps and a base camp on Charakusa glacier.

K7 Peak Pakistan

Duration:  20 days Altitude: 6,935m 
Range:  Karakorum  
Camp nights:  12-116 Hotels nights:  3-4
Grade: Normal Best Period: July to September

Day 1Arrival to Islamabad

Welcoming and receiving at Islamabad International airport and shifting to the hotel. Here meet with the group and during the day visit to the famous bazaars, Mosque and other places in Islamabad depending on time.

Day 2: Islamabad to Skardu By flight or KK Highway

Given good weather we will fly to Skardu (perhaps the most spectacular commercial flight in the world, with magnificent views of Nanga Parbat the 9th highest mountain in the world. If the weather doesn’t allow the flight we take the Karakorum Highway on the old silk route. This is just spectacular. It’s a long drive but one of the great journey’s of the world between the deep gorges of the mighty Indus. Overnight hotel in Chilas, driving over Babsur Pass will minimize the distance and the night stay will be in Naran. (10-12 hour drive).

Day 3:Free day at Skardu, Breifing at Ministry of Tourism

Day 4-16: Trek to Nangma valley, K7 Base camp & climbing

Day 17: Trek back and drive to Khaplu

Day 18:  Drive to Skardu and Fly to Islamabad

Day 19: Contingency day for possible delays 

Day 20: International flight

The Trip Cost Includes

  • • All land transport involved in the itinerary
  • • All accommodation and meal described in the trip dossier
  • • Full trekking service including food and all equipment (excluding personal equipment)

The Trip cost Excludes

  • • Travel insurance
  • • Pakistan’s Visa
  • • Tips for local guides and support staff
  • • Miscellaneous expenses - drinks and souvenirs etc

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K7 Peak Expedition 2020

Trip Facts

  • 2-8
  • 6,935m
  • Khaplu Baltistan
  • Islamabad
  • Breakfast, lunch, Dinner