Nanga Parbat Mazeno Pass Trek In Gurikot, about ten kilometers to the south of the Astor, followed by a Jeep, Timberland Khirirn fertile valley for a distance of 40 kilometers of the army in the Chilim and continues through Deosai Plateau to Skardu. Flights in known Astor lead the west and south-west, on both sides, east and south of Nanga Parbat. This mountain top is not a huge one but a series of hills, culminating in the summit ice 8125 meters high-ranking ninth highest in the world, and the second in Pakistan after K2. Nanga Parbat name means Mountain so called because some of the high slopes so that they are bare of vegetation or snow. Gave a disaster early on Nanga Parbat is the mountain killer Nick – Name or mangeur ohm d’Ivoire. Was twelve climbers and Sherpa, 18 people were killed there since 1937. The beast was finally conquered in 1953 (one month after the arrival of Everest) by the Austro-German joint mission, Hermann Buhi make the final rise in the arduous 41 hours solo ordeal without oxygen. The result today is the death of even less than 47 lost their lives on Everest.

Departure/Return Location Benazir Bhutto International Airport, Islamabad
Departure Time Mountain Range: Himalaya
Elevation: 5390 m Best Time: June to End-August
Duration: 17 Days Zone: Open

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time17 Days

01: Islamabad

Arrival Islamabad and transfer to hotel.

02: Islamabad to Chilas

After breakfast we will leave for Chilas via kaghan Naran Babusar Pass. Overnight stay in hotel at Chilas.

03: Chilas to Tarashing

After breakfast drive to Astor city lunch at Astore and transfer to Jeep we will drive for Tarashing. (Tent)

04: Tarashing to Bazin

After breakfast trek to Bazin. Early we start our trek on easy trails and after one hour we will cross the Tarashing Glacier and enter into the lower Rupal Valley with big summer settlements before reach our camping spot Herrling, just under the solid ice wall of east face of Nanga Parbat (Tent)

05: Bazin to Shaigiri

After breakfast trek to Shaigiri. We start trek on Bazin Glacier which takes about two hours to cross. After the glacier the trek becomes pleasant through the juniper and willow trees. The trek continues up to the Rupal River, Herligkoffer base camp to Shaigiri where we will camp. The place offers captivating views of the southern face of Nanga Parbat. At Shaigiri porters slaughter a goat and arrange campfire. (Tent)

06: Shaigiri to Mazeno Pass

After breakfast trek to Mazeno pass. Following the the lateral moraine of Rupal Glacier. Today have fascinating views of Nanga Parbat, Rupal and Laila Peaks. The camp is pleasant with grass and Juniper trees.(Tent)

07: Mazeno Base Camp to Mazeno High Camp

After breakfast trek to Mazeno High camp.Today’s trek is relatively hard due to the steep ascending and the Mazino glacier walking. We also leave behind the vegetation and camp at high altitude just near to the base of the pass. (Tent)

08: Mazeno High Camp to Upper Loiba

After breakfast trek to Upper Loiba The climax of the trek today will be the crossing of the Mazino Pass (5399m). We will start ascending very early morning. The climb is gradual and less difficult than the other side of the pass which requires basic climbing and safety measures and tools. After crossing the pass Loiba glacier starts and we will camp here at upper Loiba (Tent)

09: Upper Loiba to Loiba Meadows

After breakfast trek to Loiba Meadows. Trek down from upper Loiba to Lower Loiba which is also called as Loiba Meadows. Today we have easy walk through the lush green meadows and trees. (Tent)

10: Loiba Meadows to Kachal

After breakfast trek to Kachal. Today the trek is very easy through pine and birch trees and will cross the river to enter the Kachal summer settlements. We have stunning views of Nanga Parbat all the way. (Tent)

11: Kachal to Diamir Base Camp

After breakfast trek to Diamer Base camp, from where the famous mountaineer Reinhold Messner climbed Nanga Parbat in 1979. (Tent)

12: Rest day at Diamir base camp

Rest day at base camp and meeting Nanga parbat expedition Members. (Tent)

13: Base camp to Syer

After breakfast trek to Syer. Today the trek is very easy through pine and birch trees to Syer. (Tent)

14: Syer to Hallal Bridge and drive to Chilas

After breakfast trek to Hallal Bridge and transfer to jeep we will driver to Chilas. Overnight stay in hotel at Chilas

15: Chilas to Islamabad

After breakfast drive to Islamabad via babusar pass. Overnight stay in hotel at Islamabad.

16: Rest day at Islamabad

After breakfast we will full day sightseeing of twin city Islamabad/Rawalpindi.Rest of time reserve for shopping. Overnight stay in hotel at Islamabad.

17: Islamabad to Flight out

  Transfer to airport for flight back home

Please Note: Gilgit Baltistan flights are subject to weather and backlog, in case of flight cancellation we will travel by road, and one night of Islamabad will be adjusted in overland travel.

Services included as following


  • 02 nights hotel in Islamabad (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
  • 02 nights in hotel Chilas (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


  • Pick up from group when arrive and drop to airport when group Departure Air-condition van from Islamabad –Astor-Chilas-Islamabad
  • Arrange transport on briefing and debriefing occasion
  • Sightseeing the capital city of Islamabad

4 x 4 Jeeps:

  • Jeeps from Astor – Tarshing-Halala Bridge-Chilas

Trekking Food:

  • Food (during the Trek (we will serve breakfast, lunch and Dinner)


  • Carry on member personal equipment, foods stuffs and camping crew etc. All porters insurance
  • 16 Kg porter facility for member’s personal gear. (Above 16 Kg will be separately charged from member on spot, as per porter rate per Kg)


  • Guide Cook and assistance cook wages, camp food, transport and their insurance

Camping Equipment:

  • Mess tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent mattress, chairs, Tables

Kitchen utensils:

  • Complete kitchen utensils (crockery)

General Services:

  • Tips for baggage handling at airport & at hotels
  • Fess: Bridge crossing, cable crossing, camping)
  • International flights tickets re-confirmations
  • Custom clearing assistance

Services not included in given price

  • Member international flight tickets
  • Helicopter emergency rescue fees Members any climbing gears
  • Member personal insurance
  • Sleeping bag and all personal expenses such as telephone calls, fax, email charges, liquor or soft drinks,
  • Room service, gratuities for personal services, items of a purely personal nature
  • Custom clearing charges (import and export of equipment’s)
  • Any unforeseen expenses (just like road block extra hotel stay or if members stay more days at Base Camp) then members will be pay according to the numbers of days bases.