Broad Peak Climbing

Broad Peak Climbing



Pakistan is home to the mighty Karakoram, Himalaya, Hindukush, and Pamir Mountain ranges. It is here that the world’s most beautiful and challenging pyramid K-2 (8611M) is situated beside the other four 8000M Peaks. There are over 100 peaks between 7000 & 8000 meters, 351 peaks between 6000M & 7000M, and numerous peaks between 5000 & 6000 meters above sea level, among which some are unclimbed.

  • Trip Code Start and Finish
    • Dp-EXP-2
  • Altitude Best time
    • 8,051 m
  • Activity Level Activity
    • Extreme
  • Duration Meals
    • 50 Days
    All Meals
  • Group Size Guide
    • 8-12 pax
    Local Guides
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Broad Peak Climbing

Pakistan is home to the mighty Karakoram, Himalaya, Hindukush, and Pamir Mountain ranges. It is here that the world’s most beautiful and challenging pyramid K-2 (8611M) is situated beside the other four 8000M Peaks. There are over 100 peaks between 7000 & 8000 meters, 351 peaks between 6000M & 7000M, and numerous peaks between 5000 & 6000 meters above sea level, among which some are unclimbed.
Discover Pakistan is organizing/handling expeditions to five 8000 M peaks, we make arrangements for any peak whether it is in open or restricted areas. Many renowned expedition organizers, alpine clubs, and individuals use our professional services. We have regular fixed departures for five 8000M peaks; K-2, Nanga Parbat, Hidden Peak (G-I), Broad Peak & Gasherbrum-II. Special discounts are available for commercial expedition organizers, alpine clubs, independent groups, & students, etc. For further details please check our website or contact us.


Climbing Broad Peak in Pakistan is an exhilarating and challenging adventure that attracts mountaineers from around the world. Situated in the Karakoram Range, Broad Peak is the 12th-highest mountain in the world, with an elevation of 8,051 meters (26,414 feet). It is located in the Baltoro Glacier region in the Gilgit-Baltistan province of Pakistan.
The journey to Broad Peak begins in Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. From Islamabad, climbers usually take a domestic flight to Skardu, a picturesque town surrounded by towering peaks. Skardu serves as the gateway to the Karakoram Range and is the starting point for the trek towards Broad Peak.
The trek to Broad Peak base camp is an awe-inspiring experience, taking climbers through rugged terrains, breathtaking valleys, and stunning landscapes. The trek usually lasts around 7-10 days, passing through places like Askole, Paiyu, and Concordia. Concordia is a famous junction where the Baltoro Glacier and Godwin-Austen Glacier meet, offering spectacular views of some of the world’s highest peaks, including K2.
The first successful expedition was on June 9, 1957, five years later of the K2 summit. The expedition was led by an Austrian climber Marcus Schmuck and included Fritz Wintersteller, Kurt Diemberger, and Hermann Buhl became the first group to climb Broad Peak.
Once climbers reach Broad Peak base camp, they set up their tents and prepare for the challenging climb ahead. The climbing season for Broad Peak usually spans from late June to August, when the weather conditions are relatively stable. However, even during this period, climbers must be prepared to face extreme weather conditions, including strong winds, freezing temperatures, and heavy snowfall.
Broad Peak has multiple camps set up at strategic points along the route to the summit. Camp 1 is usually established at an elevation of around 5,900 meters (19,356 feet), followed by Camp 2 at approximately 6,400 meters (21,000 feet). Climbers often spend several nights at each camp, acclimatizing and slowly progressing toward the summit.
The climb from Camp 2 to Camp 3 is particularly challenging, as it involves navigating steep slopes and crevasses. Camp 3 is located at an elevation of about 7,200 meters (23,622 feet) and serves as the final camp before the summit push. From Camp 3, climbers make their way towards the summit ridge, tackling steep snow and ice slopes.
Reaching the summit of Broad Peak is an extraordinary achievement. From the top, climbers are rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Karakoram Range, including nearby peaks like K2, Gasherbrum I, and Gasherbrum II. The descent back to base camp requires careful steering and endurance, as climbers retrace their steps and make their way back to Skardu.
Climbing Broad Peak requires technical mountaineering skills, including proficiency in ice climbing, rope work, and high-altitude trekking. It is recommended that climbers have prior experience of climbing other high-altitude peaks before attempting Broad Peak. Moreover, climbers must be physically fit, mentally prepared, and equipped with proper gear and supplies to withstand challenging conditions.
The expedition to climb Broad Peak is physically demanding and mentally demanding work. However, the sense of achievement and the incredible natural beauty of the Karakoram Range makes it a truly unforgettable experience for those who board this remarkable adventure in Pakistan.

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.


  • Airport transfers in Islamabad and Skardu 
  • Domestic flights between Islamabad-Skardu-Islamabad in economy class with 20 kg checked baggage
  • Air-conditioned private transportation for one-day sightseeing in Islamabad 
  • Private transportation for one-day sightseeing in Skardu. 
  • 4×4 jeeps/Toyotas from Skardu to Jhula and Hushe/Jhula to Skardu for members and luggage.  

Note: Flights to the northern areas of Pakistan are subject to weather conditions. In case of a flight cancellation, the surface transfer will be provided with one-night accommodation in Chilas or Naran.


  • seven nights’ hotel accommodation in standard hotels (4 nights in Islamabad in a 3* hotel and 3 nights in Skardu in an excellent traditional tourist class hotel) on a twin/double sharing basis. 

Note: Please check the single supplement charges to use a single room.


  • During hotel stays, breakfasts in Islamabad and full board (three meals) elsewhere. 
  • A farewell dinner in Islamabad at the end of the trip


  • Breakfast
  • Lunch 
  • Dinner
  • Tea, green tea, or coffee

Menu:  Breakfast: Combination of eggs, corn-flex, porridge, jam, honey, coffee, tea, etc. 

Lunch:  One dish lunch at the base camp and picnic lunch during the trek

Dinner:  Complete meal; soup, two/three dishes (combination of rice, mutton/beef, chicken,

Pulses, vegetables, pasta, spaghetti, etc.), salad and dessert


  • Trekking Fee (US $ 50/-)
  • Environment Fee (US $ 150/-)
  • Road taxes
  • Camping fees during the trek.
  • Bridge crossing fees.


  • Porters are trekking food, camping equipment, and personal gear of trekkers.
  • A free baggage allowance of 15 kilograms per trekker is for personal gear. 


Services of the following staff are included in the price. 

  • Local trekking guide 
  • Cook 
  • Cook helper (s) 


Insurance premium of a local guide, cook, cook helpers, etc. 


  • Sleeping tent for camping shared by two pax
  • Toilet tent
  • Complete mess tent/table/chairs
  • Mattresses
  • Toilet papers etc

Note: Single tent can be provided; please check for single supplement charges 


  • Complete kitchen equipment, including kitchen tent, mess tent, tables & chairs, etc. 


  • A set of oxygen (4 litters gas cylinder, mask & regulator) will be available for emergencies. 
  • A set of satellite phones for emergency calls 
  • Basic first aid kit (we recommend bringing your own first aid medicine from your home country) 


There will be water filters or purification pills. You can ask the cook to fill your bottle with boiled water every morning during the trek. 

What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.


Below mentioned services are not included in our package, but some can be provided on request in advance. Please contact DP for further detail. 

  • International air ticket & airport taxes. 
  • Visa fee for Pakistan and personal insurance 
  • Extra hotel nights & meals due to change in plan 
  • Lunches & dinners in Islamabad
  • Beverages & Laundry
  • Sleeping bags, personal clothing, and trekking gear. 
  • Tips for trekking staff 
  • Tips for hotel & transport 
  • Any other service that is not mentioned in the list of services 


  • All trekking members will go together in one group and come back together.  The cost will also be charged if the group splits for personal reasons. 
  • Any extra cost due to road blockade or any other unforeseen reason will be charged in addition to the normal package offered. 


  1. 1


    Upon arrival at Islamabad Airport, transfer to hotel. Half day city tour:
    Our representative/guide will be at Islamabad International Airport to pick the group and transfer to the hotel (the new airport is about 40-45 at minutes’ drive from Islamabad city. In the afternoon a half day city tour will include a visit to Faisal Mosque, which was built in 1986, Pakistan Monument, Lok Virsa and have a breathtaking aerial view of Islamabad from Daman-e-Koh. Drive back to hotel for an overnight stay.


    Altitude: 500M

    Accomodation: Hotel
  2. 2


    Traveling Time: via Besham: 470 kms/11 hours’ drive & via Babusar Pass: 397 kms/9 hours’ drive
    A full day drive by an air-conditioned coach to Chilas on the famous Karakoram Highway (the 8th wonder of the world), we will start early in the morning as the journey is about 12 hours via Besham and 10 hours via beautiful Babusar Pass. En-route we will visit the ancient Buddhist rock engravings from Shatial. Overnight will be in a hotel.


    Altitude: 1265M

    Accomodation: Hotel
  3. 3


    Traveling Time: 260 kms, 9 hours’ drive
    We will continue the road journey to Skardu, driving on Karakoram Highway is an adventure in itself which is an unforgettable experience. En route to Skardu we will stop at Thalechi to have a spectacular view of Nanga Parbat (8125m) & the meeting place of three great mountain ranges; the Karakoram, Himalaya & Hindu Kush near Juglot. Skardu is a small town, serve as a starting point for most of the expeditions in Karakoram. Overnight stay will be in a hotel.


    Altitude: 2250M

    Accomodation: Hotel
  4. 4

    Day4 SKARDU

    Spare day for the final preparations. Optional visit of Kharpochu Fort & Manthal Buddha
    We will undertake final preparations for our trekking into the wilderness. Depending on the availability of time, an optional visit to the town and an excursion to Kharpochu Fort (Built in the 17th Century) it also offers a great view of the Skardu Valley, Sarfranga Desert and Indus River from the fort which is located on a mountain and Buddha rock engravings from 8th century 3 km from Sadpara Road. Overnight stay will be in a hotel.


    Altitude: 2,400M

    Accomodation: Hotel
  5. 5


    We will drive in four-wheel jeeps up the Shigar through charming villages of Braldu valley with spectacular views of the snow-topped mountains of Karakorum that lead to Askoli, the last and small settlement. We will cross Korophon (3109m) at the Biafo Glacier. It is the third biggest glacier in the Karakoram Mountain range. A charismatic trek leads up to the Snow-Lake and Hispar Pass to Nagar and Hunza Valley. The next stage proceeds from Korophon to Jhula along the Domardo River. The views of Latok and Ogre (7,400m) peaks on Baifo Glacier in distance is awesome this day. Our trekking will start from here and the first overnight stay in the wilderness under the shade of Bakhor Dass Peak 5809 m a beautiful pyramid with tiny ice at the top. An overnight stay will be in a camp.


    Altitude (Jhula): 3200M
    Traveling Time: 130km + 17. 5 km, 8-9 hours

    Accomodation: Camp
  6. 6


    The trek continues to Bardumal (3253m), which is situated in the Biaho-Lungma- Valley. The Ching-Kang-Valley appears on the opposite side with view of one of the beautiful peak Mango Gusar 6820 m. Afterwards, the path proceeds via Bardumal to Paiju, which takes another 4 hours. On this day the view of the first above 8000s peaks Broad Peak (8051m) if you are lucky enough with weather condition. A lush green campsite under the shadow of Paiju Peak (6611m). An overnight stay will be in tents.


    Altitude (Paiju): 3600M
    Hiking Time: 18.8 km 7-8 hours

    Accomodation: Camp
  7. 7


    The Baltoro Glacier begins after an hour right after Paiju. Baltoro is one of the largest glaciers outside of the polar regions comprising a length of 62km. A narrow trail leads along the glacier tongue up to the great ice stream. It takes roughly 4-5 hours to walk across Liligo and to Khuburtse the first day on the glacier. Liligo is located on the right side of the glacier. One gets a glimpse of Liligo Peak (6251m) if facing the south, and turning the view to the northwest, the world-famous rock faces of Trango Towers rise up into the sky. An overnight stay will be in tent.


    Altitude (Khuburtse): 4000M
    Hiking Time: 13.0 Km 5 hours

    Accomodation: Camp
  8. 8


    The most beautiful campsite on the solid ground, which means that the next night will be on the glacier ice. This camp offers superb views of Biale (6729m), the Uli-Biaho (6417m), Chorich, the Trango group, and the Muztagh Glacier. An overnight stay will be in tents.


    Altitude (Urdukas): 4240M
    Hiking Time: 8.1 Km 4-5 hours

    Accomodation: Camp
  9. 9


    The trek continues on the Baltoro-ice-stream and leads to Goro I within 3-4 hours. In the following lap, it takes another 2-3 hours to reach Goro II. The Yermanandu Glacier, which comes forward from the Masherbrum Glacier providing the spectacular view of Muztagh Tower (7270m), Masherbrum (7821m), Gasherbrum IV (7925m), is the 17th highest peak on the earth and 6th in Pakistan. The campsite is actually on the glacier, providing no much comfort yet pleasing experience and it is the coldest campsite on this entire trek. An overnight stay will be in a camp.


    Altitude (Goro-II): 4500M
    Hiking Time: 11.6 km, 6 hours

    Accomodation: Camp
  10. 10


    The next lap of the trek proceeds from Goro II to the Concordia (4687m). The name Concordia has its origin in the British explorer Godwin Austen, who invented the name due to its almost 40km wide part where 14 glaciers come together from all directions. It is the most impressive campsite. If luck is on our side with the weather, we will have the most magnificent views of the mountain giants of Karakoram, including the crown K-2, which majestically stands just in front of you. The peaks tower over you, and all appear to be tantalizingly close, Gasherbrum-IV & V, Mitre Peak, Chogolisa 25,147ft/7,665m, Golden Throne (Baltoro Kangri) 23990ft/7312m and Broad Peak 26,401ft/8,047m are some of the high Karakoram giants to be seen. An overnight stay will be in tents.


    Altitude (Concordia): 4687M
    Hiking Time: 12.9 km 6 hours

    Accomodation: Camp
  11. 11


    It takes 3 hours to reach Broad Peak Base Camp (4900M). The walk from Concordia is mesmerizing towards the destination.


    Altitude (K-2 Base Camp): 5050M
    Hiking Time: 19 km 6 hours

    Accomodation: Camp
  12. 12

    Day 7 to day 42 Climbing Activities

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  13. 13

    Day 43 to 50 Closing the expedition and return back to Islamabad and home.

    By the end of this expedition, we could return back by the same route or traverse over Ghondoghoro La Hushe and Skardu, Islamabad in 7-8 days.


We always do the best in our power to follow the set itinerary, however it can change occasionally based on temporary access restrictions, weather, lodging/campground availability, guest ability/injury, and natural disasters like heavy rains, flooding, and other potential causes. Sometimes we experience unforeseen happens to affect the plan.


Would you like to customize this trip? We would be very happy to tailor made this experience for you and your companions. Our team is here to guide you through the process. We will take the time to listen to your aspirations, understand your travel style, and work closely with you to craft a personalized itinerary. Please click here to fill the trip information form.



Participants of all nationalities are required to have a valid passport with six months remaining validity and a visa for Pakistan. Visas must be applied online at   

The main category is MOUNTAINEERING EXPEDITIONS and the sub-category is K2 CLIMBING. You will need a climbing permit which is managed by your us in Pakistan. You will need a letter of invitation (LOI) which our office will provide along with the requisite documents like a Discover Pakistan license copy and the National Identity Card of the issuing authority. 



As the K-2 Climbing falls in restricted areas, a climbing permit is required and the security clearance process usually takes 30-45 days. It is highly recommended to apply at least 60 days in advance to avoid delays. Your application for a visa is linked with the application for the climbing permit. 


As the climbing is of strenuous nature, it is a mandatory requirement to have an insurance policy for accidents, medical and helicopter evacuation covering at least $ 30,000.


Currently, all passengers entering Pakistan require a COVID VACCINATION CERTIFICATE (fully vaccinated). Those who do not have vaccination due to medicate reasons will need a certificate from a doctor. Those entering Pakistan without a Covid vaccination certificate need to show negative PCR as well. 

You do not need to show proof of any other vaccination but highly recommend having other vaccines.


In the cities like Islamabad, there is no problem if you are in Western dress but in remote regions including Skardu, you will need to have a full dress (covering your body)


The local crew includes a liaison officer, licensed guide, cook, assistant cook, porter’s Sirdar, and porters. Our guides and cooks are well-experienced, strong, supportive, and friendly. They performed their duties with full dedication to facilitate our valued clients.   


The tour starts and ends in Islamabad. Discover Pakistan, a guide or representative will be at the airport to pick up the clients with the welcome signboard of Discover Pakistan.  We can also make reservations for pre and post-nights if anyone arrives early or departs late. 


The K-2 Base Camp Trek is rated as a strenuous hike on the rocky, glacial terrain and some exposed section makes a tough trek but provides some of the most stunning views in the world.  All members must be physically fit and capable of walking for about 6-8 hours a day as the highest point of the trek is above 5000m. However, the itinerary is designed in such a way that provides acclimatization by gaining height gradually, which allows the body to adjust to reduce air pressure at higher altitudes. For more details, you can click on the link below.


A list of personal equipment is provided below you can make personal kits according to your needs. 

  • Climbing gears 
  • Gore-Tex Trekking Shoes (1 pair)
  • Socks (2-3 pairs)
  • Gaiters (1 set)
  • Crampons (1 set)
  • Slippers (1 pair) 
  • T-shirts (2-3)
  • Trousers (2-3 pairs)
  • Fleece Jacket  
  • Warm Clothing including inner dress/thermals
  • Gore-Tex Jacket (1 piece)
  • Down Jacket (1 piece) 
  • Sun Cap (1 piece)
  • Warm Hat (1 piece) 
  • Neck Cover (1 piece)
  • Hand Gloves/Mittens (2 pairs)
  • Rucksack (backpack) 50-60L
  • Trekking poles
  • Sleeping Bag (-20C—30C) 
  • Umbrella 
  • Headlamp (with extra batteries) 
  • Ultraviolet Protection Sun Glasses 
  • Sun Cream
  • Chap Stick or Lip Balm 
  • Water bottle 
  • Personal medication (if advised by the physician)
  • Note: Some equipment is available for rent or sale in Skardu.


Pakistan uses a one-time zone, which is Pakistan Standard Time (PKT). This is UTC+05:00 — that is, five hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time.


The power plugs and sockets in Pakistan are of type C and D. Type C plug has two round pins & the type D plug has three round pins arranged in a triangular pattern. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. It is recommended to bring a power plug adapter. Apart from these, high-powered solar panels are recommended for climbers beyond the base camp during the climbing for higher camps.


Most major currencies are US Dollar & Euro, these are easily changed in Islamabad and Skardu as well. However, the exchange rate in Skardu is not as good as compared to Islamabad. You can check the foreign currency exchange rate at The exchange rates in the open market differ from the bank rate. 


Tips for a guide, cook, assistant cook, Porter’s Sidar, and porters are customary. However, it is absolutely at the discretion of clients to decide about the amount of tips. 


Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) offers 20 kg (1 piece) on a domestic flight in economy class to/from Skardu. For extra baggage (1 piece up to 20 kg), they charge PKR 5800 currently which is subject to change.


Personal clothing, packing items or bags, personal medical kits, and personal trekking gear can be purchased/rented in Skardu. Some of the items may not be available for rent and need to be purchased. Please confirm with us in advance. 


No departure taxes are applicable at Pakistan international airports. However, you can check with your concerned international carrier before traveling.   

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3 meals a day will be provided during the hotel stay except for lunches and dinners in Islamabad. There will be one farewell dinner in Islamabad at the end of the trip. 


We do cater to any special food requirements during the trekking if any client has food allergies or special dietary needs like vegetarian and vegan etc.  


Below is the list of major items we provide in the breakfasts with a combination of four or five items a day. 

  • Porridge
  • Corn Flacks
  • Eggs (Omelets/Fried or according to demand)
  • Paratha (a local form of bread)
  • Muesli
  • Jam
  • Honey
  • Marmalade
  • Black tea
  • Coffee
  • Milk etc.


  • Below is the list of major items we provide at the lunches with a combination of three to four items a day during trekking. 
  • Peanut butter
  • Tuna Fish
  • Sardine Fish
  • Paratha (Continued on next page)
  • Cookies Sweet
  • Cookies Saltish
  • Dry Fruit
  • Tin Fruit
  • Potatoes/peas
  • Green tea/Mixed tea
  • Tang etc.


You will have a complete dinner with soup, two curries plus rice or Spaghetti or Macaroni & chapatti. There will be a dessert & green tea and coffee etc. as well. 

  • Chapatti
  • Spaghetti
  • Macaroni
  • Pasta
  • Meat (Chicken, Mutton & Beef)
  • Fresh vegetables
  • Backed beans
  • Green peas
  • Noodles (Maggi)
  • Salad
  • Lentils
  • Green tea etc.


  • Pudding
  • Kheer Mix
  • Custard
  • Jelly

Fruit (Water Melon, Mangoes) for the first weeks.

Any intolerance or allergies to the food items must be communicated in advance. If you have any personal choices that we can meet will also be provided. 


It is highly recommended to use mineral water in the cities and boiled/ filtered or purified water during the trekking. Do not drink running water from the rivers and streams. 


The weather in Islamabad is extremely hot during the summer season. You can expect a temperature between 30-40 degrees centigrade. If you travel by road to Skardu, expect the weather to be very hot as well. In Skardu, the weather is similar to Islamabad, except 25-38 degrees centigrade. During the trekking on sunny days, expect the weather to be warm without any shade. Especially during the trek between Askole/Jhula to Urdukas, the weather will be extremely hot on those days. It is advised to have proper sun protection in the form of an umbrella, a wide-brim hat, and plenty of sunscreens. However, the weather in the nighttime is cooler above 4000 meters, you can even expect the temperature to get down to below zero and experience snowfall. 


K-2 climbing is the most strenuous one, with no access to towns/villages and limited inhabitants during the whole duration of the climbing. You will hike as high as 5560 meters (K-2 Base Camp) and the trekking route is strenuous with river crossings, uneven terrain, glaciers, and boulders on the way. The climb is recommended for individuals with physical fitness and in good health. And should also know the techniques for using climbing equipment. 


The trip can be reserved as an initial deposit of 30% at the time of booking. The initial deposit shall not be refunded but can be transferred for a future trip. 


We accept full trip cost 30 days prior to the commencement of the tour. The payments are only accepted in cash/bank transfers in a bank account. We don’t accept payments through credit cards. Please do not accept any invoice which is not generated by Discover Pakistan and sent through the official email id. 

1) Cancellations must be notified in writing to Discover Pakistan or the agent through which the trip is booked. Cancellation charges shall be levied as follows:

Cancellation before 30 days or more-After a deduction of 30%, the remaining amount will be refunded. If the deposit is retained with the consent of our client no cancellation charges will be applied. The full amount will be adjusted with a future trip. 

Cancellation within 2 weeks before departure –50 % of the package offer

Cancellation within one week of departure or no-show –Loss of full payment 

2) There shall be no refunds if you leave the trip for any reason whatsoever, either voluntarily or involuntarily, after the trip has begun. No refunds shall be made for any meals, accommodation or services not utilized.


Discover Pakistan is one of the leading Destination Management and Tour servicing company founded to meet the travel needs of explorers, researchers, mountaineers, and trekkers from all around the world. We always strive to focus on the safety, integrity, and comfort of our valued clients without any discrimination. 

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We have a designed set of values for our company that guides us to deliver the best travel experience to our clients, these values include: 

  • Integrity
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  • Client Safety and Security
  • Customer Oriented Services
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Customer Satisfaction


We are aware of our responsibility towards the local communities, their customs, and the environment. Therefore, a part of our income is specifically allocated towards humanitarian activities including student support, skill development programs & micro-credit loans to women without interest, etc. Details can be provided on request. 


We have worked with both local & foreign clients, and are proud to say that Discover Pakistan has a long list of satisfied partners and individual clients around the world. We maintain a balance between cost and quality. Our business philosophy, and the secret to our success, is “LESS PROFIT EQUALS MORE CLIENTS AND MORE PROFIT.”

  1. Where is Broad Peak located?

    Broad Peak is located in the Karakoram Range in the Gilgit-Baltistan province of Pakistan.

  2. What level of physical fitness is required for the expedition?

    Climbers must be in excellent physical condition to endure the demanding nature of the expedition.

  3. What equipment and supplies are necessary for climbing Broad Peak?

    Proper gear and supplies, including specialized climbing equipment, warm clothing, and high-altitude provisions, are essential for the expedition.

  4. What level of physical fitness is required for the expedition?

    Climbers must be in excellent physical condition to endure the demanding nature of the expedition.

  5. What is the elevation of Broad Peak?

     Broad Peak has an elevation of 8,047 meters (26,414 feet), making it the 12th highest peak in the world.

  6. How long does a Broad Peak expedition last?

    The length of a Broad Peak expedition is typically around 50 days.
    Is the expedition guided or unguided? Both guided and unguided expeditions are available for Broad Peak.

  7. How many hours of walking are there on average each day?

     On average, climbers can expect to walk approximately 7 hours per day.

  8. What is the best time to climb Broad Peak?

     The climbing season for Broad Peak typically spans from late June to August.

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