Find and Scale the high rising mountains in Karakoram, Himalaya or Hindukush Ranges of north Pakistan, from sky kissing K2 to a 6000m peak of your choice.
Embark on the ultimate adventure with our exhilarating “Pastore Peak Climbing Expedition.” Trek to K2 Base Camp and Climbing Pastore Peak 6,209 m (one of the ideal 6,000 mm trekking peaks in the heart of karakoram)
Do you want to be the first to climb GangChan Peak 6,462 m? We are running Gangchan Peak Expedition for both solo and teams. We offer an 18-day itinerary for Gang Chan Peak Expedition starting and ending ……..
trekkers first, trek to k2 base camp, and return to Skardu after a few days of rest at Skardu we will go for Khosar Gang Peak, which is an ideal peak for novice climbers……
We arrange solo and groups Laila peak expeditions for our clients all across the globe and all around the year. We offer both full board and base camp services for the Laila peak expedition………….
We have a track record of organizing Expeditions in the Karakoram. Book your Amin Brak Expedition with Chogori Adventure for a lifetime experience and become our partner to explore and climb……
Trango Tower the Sublime and Impressive rock in the heart of Karakoram, the Trango Tower Expedition is one the biggest rock challenge for the Daredevils all around the world. Trango tower expedition packages and cost is……
Khosar Gang Expedition (6000m) provides a panoramic view of the Karakoram mountains from the summit. you can view K2, Broad Peak, Rakaposhi, Spantik 7027m, Nanga Parbat 8000m, and hundreds of above 5000m peaks…..
Koyo Zom Peak Expedition is quite exciting Climbing expedition in the Hindu Raj range of pakistan. Participants will trek through the Hindu Raj Mountains of Pakistan. The region is bestowed with immense beauty of nature, the spectacular high rising mountain, glaciers, streams, rivers.
Spantik Peak (7027) is known as the training station for 8000 m peaks in the mountaineering world due to its relatively low difficulty and easy climbing conditions. It is one of the low-cost expeditions in the Karakoram range…..