Gasherbrum 2 8034m ALL INCLUSIVE – Fixed price!

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Why book with us?

We are among the best, the safest and most successful agencies worldwide. Some of our team members or our partners achievement: 13 times Everest, 1st Nanga Parbat Winter ascent, first ascents in Nepal and many more.

Famous pro-climbers and companies work with us and/or our partners. Not by co-incidence. Among our partners: Denis Urubko, Simone Moro, David Lama and many others.

High security standards, reliable material, qualified staff, excellent customer service.

Flexible - we adapt the program to each client, as far as possible and meaningful.

Best price guarantee - we adjust the price to the numbner of guests- The same price for all guests.

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45 days

Broad Peak (originally named K3) is the 12th highest mountain on Earth, located on the border of China-Pakistan. Broad Peak is part of the Gasherbrum massif and is about 8 kilometers (5 miles) from K2. Broad Peak was originally named K3 right after the naming of K2but on closer inspection by a later party, it was discovered that the summit was over 1½ kilometers (1 mile) long, thus “Broad Peak”. Broad Peak is known locally as Faichan Kangri. The literal translation of “Broad Peak” to Phalchan Kangri is not accepted among the Baltis.

The first ascent of Broad Peak was made on June 9, 1957, by Fritz Wintersteller, Marcus Schmuck, Kurt Diemberger, and Hermann Buhl of an Austrian expedition led by Marcus Schmuck. A first attempt by the team was made on May 29 where Fritz Wintersteller and Kurt Diemberger reached the forepeak (8,030m). This was also accomplished without the aid of supplemental oxygen or high altitude porters and without base camp support.


Please note:

1) This offer is valid only for the following period: Start/Arrival in Islamabad on June 15, ending on July 29 2020 in Islamabad. 45 days for all participants. Guaranteed departure!

2) The price offered is ALL INCLUSIVE: From Islamabad to basecamp, beyond basecamp, climbing, 1 guide UIAGM or experienced climbing Sherpa (Nepal) per 2 clients,  supplemental oxgen (emergency), high altitude tent, high altitude food and much more!

3) Entire Organisation made by HÖHENBERGSTEIGEN and our very experienced partner Hunza Guides Pakistan. Pro climbers such as Simone Moro, Denis Urubko, David Lama trust and travel with our partner! Highest quality while on the mountain and intense experience = your safety!


Day 1

Islamabad: welfare meeting in the Alpine Club of Pakistan & Sightseeing

Day 2

Drive to Chilas on the Karakoram Highway 11 – 12h 461km

Day 3

Drive to Skardu together with the Indus River 8 – 9h 290km

Day 4

Drive to Askoli 6 – 7 hours 3000m

Day 5

Hike to Jhola 5 – 6 hours 3200m

Day 6

Hike to Paiyu 6 – 7 hours 3450m

Day 7

Free day in Paiyu

Day 8

Hike to Urdukas 6 – 7 hours 4050m

Day 9

Hike to Goro – II (5 – 6 hours) 4380m

Day 10

Hike to Broad Peak BC 6 – 7 hours

Day 11 - 35

25 days for climbing

Day 36 - 41

Trek down to Askoli

Day 42

Drive to Skardu 5 – 6 hours

Day 43

Drive to Chilas 8 – 9h 290km

Day 44

Drive to Islamabad 11 – 12h 461km

Day 45

Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flights

Best Time

June to August. Contact us for your specific time frame. You can easily jump in on our existing trips.


45 Days


This package includes everything you need for your climb!


1) Taxes + Government Fees

  • Royalty fee
  • CKNP fee
  • Liaison Officer incl. Equipment
  • Camping fees during trek
  • Bridge crossing fee
  • Road usage fee
  • Climbing fee including permit


2) Accommodation and meals

  • Islamabad: Hill View Hotel, breakfast
  • Chilas: Midway Shangri-La, Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
  • Skardu: PTDC Motel, Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner


3) Domestic flights

  • Islamabad – Skardu – Islamabad

Gilgit Baltistan flights are heavily exposed to the weather. In case of failure, transport takes place via land.


4) Transports land route

  • Pickup Airport – Hotel – Airport
  • Transports sightseeing
  • Islamabad – Skardu – Islamabad on Flight Failure


5) Vehicles

  • Depending on number of persons: Toyota Hi Roof Van, Toyota Coaster, Toyota Coaster Saloon
  • 4×4 Jeep: Skardu – Askoli, Hushe – Skardu


6) Porters

  • Porters carry luggage from Askoli to Basecamp and back
  • Per person, incl. Group material, up to 50kg free baggage


7) Camping equipment

  • 2 – 3 person tents
  • Toilet tent
  • Kitchen tent
  • Dining tent with chairs and tables
  • Shower tent
  • Sleeping mattress


8) Kitchen utensils

  • Kitchen tent
  • Kitchen material
  • Lamps
  • Hobs
  • Everything needed cooking and dining material


9) Food on the way

  • Camp food from Askoli to Basecamp and back, incl. 30 days in the Basecamp
  • Professional chefs
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables as often as possible
  • Local food depending on availability and request of the guests possible at any time
  • Detailed list on request


10) Local Staff

  • Kitchen crew
  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Liason Officer (State Liaison Officer)
  • Assistant Guide depending on group size
  • Porters
  • Note: Helicopter rescue of staff is not covered


11) Climbing

  • 1 UIAGM Guide or experienced Sherpa guide from Nepal (ratio 1 Guide : 2 clients)
  • 1 Jetboil per 1 client
  • 750gr gas per client per day beyond basecamp (total 80 cartridges per person + 10 reserve)
  • Emergency Oxygen (1 cylinder, 1 Mask, 1 regulator)
  • High altitude tent (1 tent = 2 – 3 persons)
  • High altitude food
  • 1 dynamic rope per 2 – 3 climbers
  • Radio
  • Satelllite phone
  • 1 extra porter
Additional Costs
  • Own equipment
  • International Air Ticket & Airport Taxes
  • Visa fee for Pakistan
  • Personal insurance guests
  • Tipping driver, porters, staff
  • Single room supplement
  • Eating Islamabad (Lunch, Dinner)
  • Helicopter costs in case of a rescue mission
  • Transfer from and to the airport for own, unscheduled flight bookings domestic
  • Optional excursions and changes to the agreed tour
  • Personal expenses such as telephone, fax, satellite phone, internet, email, alcohol, soft drinks
  • Room service, tips for room service
  • Other, not listed here

Exact material list takes place upon registration


We provide the following information for obtaining a visa:

  • Visa Invitation letter
  • Certificate expedition
  • Certification Passport
  • Hotel reservation
  • Certification Partner
  • License Hunza Guides Pakistan
  • Hunza guides reservation
  • Taxcertificate
  • Certificate Pakistan Association of Tour Operators
  • Hunza Guides Owner Passport and NIC Card

Askari Aviation is the only company in Pakistan with helicopters that can be used for rescue purposes. The rescue missions are very expensive. Therefore each guest must be able to produce the following certificates:


  • Rescue insurance up to at least 40,000 USD
  • Copy of rescue insurance to hand HÖHENBERGSTEIGEN. In the event of an emergency, our partners will contact the guest’s insurance company to cover costs and initiate rescue operations.
  • Further information where required according to Government Pakistan

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