Valley of Hushe is present in the south of Baltoro glacier. It is the best route to reach the south faces of the wall of Karakoram. The region will give you diverse opportunities to trek to the base camps. From there, you can trek to the immense peaks. We have united the best treks in just one plan for your fascinated experience. The two days walking will take you to the immense peaks, from where you can make walking expeditions to the highest altitudes. Hushe East is the dream of the rock mountaineers. It is the trek that will lead you to the valley of Charakusa and the walls of granite known as K7. The first ascent of K7 was done by Japanese people in 1984. The top of the Charakusa glacier is the Link Sir 7041 meters. The south side of this glacier contains K6 which is also a huge peak. The distance between K7 base camp and Spangser contains the best views. You will come across the paradise of climbers which includes diverse mountains of 5000 meters. From the base camp, we will start our journey back to the valley of Hushe by using the same route.
K6 also known as Baltistan Peal is in Mashubrum area of the Karakorum Mountains. The most frequented approach to K6 Base Camp is from Kande Village which is half-way up Hushe Valley. There is a footbridge over the Hushe river that you cross to reach the Nagmah River on the north of Mingyulu village. Keep walking along the bank of the river till you arrive the Nangmah summer pastures. The BC is on the north-west edge of the Nangmah glacier. The valley is surrounded by steep granite walls that seem to meet in the sky. The stark beauty of this place is awesome. The entire journey from Kande village to BC comprises 3 stages which takes two days to reach. The same stages are repeated on the return journey. K6 was first climbed in 1970 by an expedition of Austrian Alpine Club.
|No of Days||From||To|
|Day 7||saicho||wali halchankhil|
|Day 8||wali halchankhil||base camp|
|Day 9-34||start climbing||climbing|
|Day 39||islamabad||extra day|