Snow Lake & Biafo-Hispar Guided Trek

Pakistan Snow Lake

Snow Lake & Biafo-Hispar Guided Trek

Prices

From $2,495USD

Difficulty

Guided

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Highlights

Experience Pakistan's Karakorum Mountain range on this 22-day trekking adventure

Immerse yourself in the beauty of Pakistan’s Karakorum mountains

Enjoy highlights, such as trekking across the Hispar Pass and camping beside the lovely Snow Lake.

Trek through some of the highest mountains on earth, with many more than 7,000 m tall.

Experience the warm hospitality of local villagers in the Karakorum region.

Spectacular views and majestic mountains await you on this guided trek to Snow Lake and across the Hispar Pass. The black and white landscape of rock and ice, mountain and glacier, that you will experience in this part of the Karakorum mountain range is a unique wonder to behold.

This trek is sure to challenge and inspire you. Witness the massive peaks up close on foot, from the road and from the air as you travel through this incredible region in Pakistan. Meet local villagers, sample their food, and experience their history and culture. This Snow Lake and Hispar Pass guided trek is an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime journey.

Snow Lake & Biafo-Hispar Guided Trek Itinerary

Day 1 Arrival in Islamabad

Distance: N/A

Overnight Location
Hotel in Islamabad
Meals
Dinner

Day 2 Transfer to Skardu or Chilas

Fly from Islamabad into the mountain region of Baltistan, to the city of Skardu. The route of this spectacular flight gives you a one-of-a-kind view of the Karakoram range, which is home to some of the world’s most impressive mountains. See these mighty mountains: K2 (8,611 m / 28,251 ft), Nanga Parbat (8,124 m / 26,653 ft), Rakaposhi (7,788 m / 25,551 ft), and many others, from above! Skardu is located at the place where three rivers meet - the Indus, the Shyok, and the Basha. After a day of wonders, including your first glimpse of K2, settle in at the hotel for a good night’s rest.

The flight is cancelled due to weather in Islamabad or Skardu, you will travel to Skardu on a private, air-conditioned coach. Following the Indus River, the Karakoram Highway takes you to Skardu through amazing gorges and also offers majestic mountain panoramas. Watch for clear views of Nanga Parbat and Rakaposhi. The Karakoram Highway is often referred to as the 8th Wonder of the World, and rightly so. The drive will take two days, and after 10-12 hours of driving you’ll arrive at Chilas and spend the night in a hotel.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Chilas
Distance: Flight to Skardu or 8-hour drive to Chilas
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3 Jeep Safari in Skardu or Chilas – Skardu

Assuming you were able to fly to Skardu, today you’ll take a jeep safari to the Deosai Plains National Park, also called “The Land of Giants.” The local people know this place as “Summer’s Palace” since it is home to rich green grasses, vibrant and colourful wildflowers, and rare butterflies. The Deosai Plateau has an average elevation of 4,114 m (13,497 ft) above sea level, making it the second highest in the world, after the Changtang Plateau in Tibet. Enjoy inspirational views of Nanga Parbat (8,124 m / 26,653 ft) and scenic picnic lunch beside the renowned Sheosar Lake, all while helping your body begin the process of altitude acclimatization. Return to the hotel in Skardu by evening, full of impressions from this lovely day trip.

If the flight to Skardu was cancelled, today you will complete the journey by road from Chilas to Skardu. The drive takes about 7-8 hours, a day full of unforgettable views. You will see individual mountains, such as Nanga Parbat and Rakaposhi, as well as the place where the Karakoram, Himalaya, and Hindu Kush mountain ranges all meet. At the conclusion of this amazing ride, a comfortable hotel room awaits you in Skardu.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Skardu
Distance: Jeep Tour or 7-8 hour drive from Chilas
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4 Transfer to Askoli

Travel today through the Shigar and Braldu valleys by Jeep to reach the village of Askoli (3,000 m / 9,842 ft). Each of these valleys is majestic and unique. In the Shigar Valley, the journey passes through several farming villages where the staple crops are barley and wheat, as well as fruit trees full of apricots and cherries. The local people are friendly and hospitable, and will likely invite you to sample the most delicious, fresh-picked cherries and apricots you have ever tasted.

In the Braldu Valley, the landscape changes, becoming more barren and desert-like with steep gorges and rocky mountainsides. Cross the Braldu River over suspension bridges several times, which is a unique experience. The journey is unpredictable because of the nature of the terrain. If the road is blocked by rocks or landslides, it will take longer than anticipated to reach Askoli, but with patience and flexibility you will soon find yourself at your first campsite for this trek.

Distance: 6-8 hours drive

Overnight Location
Camping at Askoli (3,000m / 9,850ft)
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5 Trekking to Namla

Today is your first trekking day and the expedition begins in earnest. Begin by trekking toward Joula. After about 30 minutes, stop at the office of the Central Karakoram National Park (CKNP) so your group’s entry to the park can be registered. Park entry fees are included in the cost of your tour and do not need to be dealt with at this point. Continuing your trek, follow the K2 Base Camp trail initially before turning west to the Biafo Glacier. This trail climbs over a shoulder to moraine on the left before descending onto the glacier itself. It then returns to the left bank where you will find Namla, a grassy camping area and your home for the night. In this location behind a lateral moraine, you will have an excellent view of the pyramid-shaped Bakhor Das Peak (5,810 m / 19,062 ft). As you settle into the campsite for the night, there is a chance you may get to enjoy local song and dance from the Balti porters.

Namla campsite (3,300 m / 10,827 ft) is fully serviced and offers toilet and bath facilities maintained by the Central Karakoram National Park (CKNP).

Overnight Location
Camping at Namla (3,300m / 10,850ft)
Distance
6-7 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6 Trek to Shikonfon

Today you’ll be trekking from Namla to Shikonfon.

Overnight Location
Camping at Shikonfon (3,660m /12,000ft)
Distance
4-5 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7 Trek to Baintha

Overnight Location: Camping at Baintha (4,050m /13,290ft)

Distance
6-7 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 Rest and Acclimatization Day in Baintha

Distance: None

Overnight Location
Camping at Baintha (4,050m /13,290ft)
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9 Trekking to Morfogoro

Today’s trek begins on a loose, steep trail taking you up onto the glacier. Once you’ve come up to the glacier, the walk becomes easier as you follow a flat, white, ice highway. There will be some crevasses along the way to pay attention to. It might be necessary to rope up for safety, but this depends on the conditions. Expect exceptional views of several peaks, including Baintha Brakk, also called The Ogre (7,285 m / 23,900 ft). You will also enjoy seeing the Hispar Pass (5,150 m / 16,896 ft) and Snow Lake in the distance. Leave the glacier to the right when you reach the Marfogoro campsite on a barren stretch of land at the foot of Uzum Brakk, also known as Conway Ogre (6,422 m / 21,070 ft).

Morfogoro campsite (4,300 m / 14,108 ft) is fully serviced and offers toilet and bath facilities maintained by the Central Karakoram National Park (CKNP).

Overnight Location
Camping at Morfogoro (4,300m / 14,100ft)
Distance
6 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10 Trekking to Karpogoro

Once again, the day begins with a loose, steep trail up onto the Biafo glacier, but the walking will be easier once you have reached the flatter area on the glacier. You will need to navigate a number of smaller crevasses over the course of the day, but you can expect to be surrounded by rugged walls of granite contrasting with the gleaming white of the glacier, making for stunning views all along the way. It will be a beautiful day. Your campsite for the night, Karpagoro, is located at the edge of Snow Lake on a raised, rocky area. Camping at Napina is also an option. Napina is greener and offers access to water, but requires a long detour. With input from the group, the guide and group leader will decide which campsite to choose.

Overnight Location: Camping at Karpogoro (4,583m /15,050ft)

Distance
5-6 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11 Trek to Snow Lake then Hispar Pass Base Camp

Today you carefully navigate a network of crevasses to reach the southern end of Snow Lake, a large, flat area of snow. Named by Martin Conway, who was the first foreigner to visit here, Snow Lake is a 16 km wide high altitude glacial basin. Where Snow Lake (Lukpe Lawo) and the Sim Gang glacier intersect, the path to the Hispar Pass branches off to the west. Here, the ice is approximately 1.5km thick and it flows at a rate of approximately 300 m per year. In this flat ice bowl, surrounded by rugged mountains, is the campsite for tonight. The views here are spectacular, especially at sunrise or sunset, and the night sky is also unforgettable.

Distance: 5-6 hours, 187 m elevation gain

Overnight Location
Camping at Hispar Pass Base Camp (4,770m /15,650ft)
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12 Rest Day at Hispar Pass Base Camp

Enjoy a rest day at the Hispar Pass Base Camp to have time to explore this amazing area. If you are camping below the pass, take this opportunity to climb the pass for spectacular panoramic views. Climbing further will give even more impressive views of more distant vistas.

Distance: None

Overnight Location
Camping at Hispar Pass Base Camp (4,770m /15,650ft)
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13 Trek over Hispar Pass to Khani Basa

Today’s trek begins in the middle of the night, at about 3:00 am, so that you can cross the Hispar Pass (5,151 m / 16,900 ft) and make the descent across the snow before the daytime temperatures soften the snow. The trek to the top of this flat pass takes about 2 hours, and though it is not especially steep you will notice the high altitude. As you reach higher elevations, look back in the direction you have come to see the indescribable beauty of Snow Lake, Biafo Glacier, and the surrounding mountain peaks. On the other side of the pass, as you look toward Hunza, the view of the many peaks of Hispar Glacier is also stunning.

Be especially focused on safety today. There are large crevasses in this area, so you should remain roped up and vigilant at all times. Trek along the Balchish and Tah Rutum mountains, then descend to the green campsite before the place where the Khani Basa Glacier meets the Hispar Glacier. You’ll notice that the views are changing as the peaks are much closer than the earlier days of the trek, and the combination of ice and rock creates a striking black and white impression. Contrast these views with those at Biafo and appreciate the unique beauty of each. When you reach the Khani Basa campsite, you will be greeted by the astounding white wall of the Balchish range.

Overnight Location: Camping at Khani Basa (4,511m / 14,800ft)

Distance
7-8 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14 Trek to Yutmaru

Trek for about 1-2 hours across the Khani Basa Glacier. Here, the peaks that surround the Hispar Glacier will be so close that you can shout and listen to the echo. Clouds often hang in beautiful layers through the valley, or stick to the peaks like cotton. Expect more breathtaking scenery and unforgettable views today, including Kanjut Sar’s white dome (7,760 m / 25,459 ft). The trail leads above the glacier, following the lateral moraine and offering marvellous views of hanging glacier across the valley. Tonight’s campsite at the edge of Yutmaru Glacier is grassy and green. Enjoy a pleasant night among willow trees and flowers.

Yutmaru campsite (4,330 m / 14,206 ft) is fully serviced and offers toilet and bath facilities maintained by the Central Karakoram National Park (CKNP).
Overnight Location: Camping at Yutmaru (4,330m / 14,210ft)
Distance: 4-5 hours of trekking

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15 Trek to Red Star

The Yutmaru glacier takes at least 2 hours to cross, with high ice walls and deep crevasses to negotiate. On the other side climb steeply up under the cliff to a good possible campsite with a panoramic view back to the Hisper pass (but on the water in September). We will have to cross few screes, and there is a shortage of water, but flowers and fine views make this otherwise idyllic. There are at least 5 possible campsites along the way. The lower path, following the edge of the glacier, is more difficult and not as scenic.
Overnight Location: Camping at Red Star (4,330m / 14,210ft)
Distance: 6-7 hours of trekking

Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 16 Trek to Bitanmal

The trail today will be very similar to yesterday’s trail. Trek for about one hour, then begin to descend down a very steep bank in order to cross another side glacier. Again, this type of trekking is difficult and requires extra caution. Just as before, when you reach the valley the walking will become much easier. Spend the night at Bitanmal campsite, which is another large meadow that the Hispar herders often use.  With the crossing of the Hispar Pass successfully behind them, the porters are likely to be relaxed and happy, so they may share their local songs and dances with you in the evening.

Bitanmal campsite (3,808 m / 12,493 ft) is fully serviced and offers toilet and bath facilities maintained by the Central Karakoram National Park (CKNP).

Overnight Location
Camping at Bitanmal (3,808m / 12,500ft)
Distance
6-7 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 17 Trek Hispar

Today is your last trekking day for this tour! From the Bitanmal campsite, a short walk will bring you to a recently-made Jeep trail which leads to the village of Hispar. Cross the suspension bridge there over a muddy river. The trek to Hispar Village takes approximately 6-7 hours. After days of black and white scenery, the vibrant green color of the orchards and fields will catch your attention. The local villagers from Hispar, who are very friendly, are led by Prince Karim, the Aga Khan.

 Overnight Location: Hotel in Hispar

Distance
6-7 hours of trekking
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 18 Transfer to Karimabad

In Hispar, it will be time to separate from the crew, who will have become your friends after many days on the trail together. Your travels continue with a 2-hour Jeep ride to Karimabad in the Hunza Valley. Local villagers welcome travellers and extend warm hospitality by sharing fresh apricots and cherries from their orchards. Before settling in for a comfortable night in a hotel, spend the evening debriefing the trek with the tourism department.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Karimabad
Distance
2 hour transfer
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 19 Drive to Duiker Valley

Today you’ll enjoy a drive to Duiker Valley. On your way you’ll visit two beautiful forts: Baltit and Altit.

Overnight Location
Hotel in Duiker
Distance
4 hour transfer
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 20 Transfer to Gilgit and fly to Islamabad

Get an early start today for the 2-hour drive from Karimabad to Gilgit along the Karakorum Highway. Watch for amazing views of Rakaposhi (7,788 m / 25,551 ft) along the way. Fly from Gilgit to Islamabad, looking down upon some of the world’s mightiest mountains in the Karakoram range, including Nanga Parbat (8,124 m / 26,654 ft). Spend the evening in Islamabad, sightseeing and shopping. Eat dinner at the Monal restaurant in the Margalla Hills, which offers wonderful city views.

Distance: 2-hour transfer to Gilgit, fly to Islamabad or 8-hour drive to Chilas

Overnight Location
Hotel in Islamabad
Meals
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 21 Islamabad

If you were able to fly from Skardu to Islamabad, you will have more time today to explore Pakistan’s capital city, go shopping or sightseeing, or simply relax in the hotel. If your day starts in Chilas, you have another 10 hours on the coach to look forward to in order to reach Islamabad. Either way, spend the night in a centrally located hotel in Islamabad, resting after your incredible tour and preparing for the trip back home.
Overnight Location: Hotel in Islamabad
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Distance

Day 22 Islamabad Airport

After breakfast, your group leader and/or guide will help you transfer to Islamabad Airport in time for your flight home.
Overnight Location: None
Distance: N/A
Meals: Breakfast

Dates and prices of Snow Lake & Biafo-Hispar Guided Trek in Pakistan

This trekking tour in Pakistan is run either as a custom tour for you and your group, or as a fixed-departure tour where you get to join an already existing group.

Prices of the Private Tour

Please contact us with your preferred starting date and group size so we can help you make incredible memories on this private group tour.

  • Guided Solo Traveller: $8,495USD per person
  • Guided Groups of 2: $5,325USD per person
  • Guided Groups of 3: $4,350USD per person
  • Guided Groups of 4-5: $3,975USD per person
  • Guided Groups of 6+: $3,595USD per person

Dates and Prices to Join a Group Tour

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2023-06-30

Islamabad, Pakistan

23 days / 5+ Spaces Left

2023-07-21

Islamabad, Pakistan

235+
$2,750USDBook Now
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2023-07-03

Islamabad, Pakistan

22 days / null Spaces Left

2023-07-24

Islamabad, Pakistan

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2023-07-10

Islamabad, Pakistan

20 days / 5+ Spaces Left

2023-07-29

Islamabad, Pakistan

205+
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2023-08-01

Islamabad, Pakistan

21 days / 5+ Spaces Left

2023-08-21

Islamabad, Pakistan

215+
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Accommodation on the Snow Lake, Biafo Glacier and Hispar La Trek

While trekking, enjoy fully-serviced campsites with toilet and bath facilities maintained by the Central Karakoram National Park (CKNP), as described in the itinerary. Before and after the trek, as you travel, stay in comfortable hotels that offer all the basic amenities alongside fantastic views of your surroundings. Pricing is based on double occupancy rooms.

Single Rooms and Solo Travelers
You can pay a supplement of $350USD to have a private room in hotels as a solo travelers. In some cases, there may be other solo travelers, and if desired we can try to match you with participants of the same sex.

Roomy Isb Atlas Hotel

Centrally located in a popular area of F-7 Markaz in Islamabad, this hotel is known for cleanliness and friendly staff.

Night 2 ( If transfer via Chilas)

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Shangrila Hotel in Chilas

An oasis of rest along the Karakorum Highway, this hotel offers security and comfort at an amazing location along the Indus River.

Concordia Motel in Skardu

This motel has simple dorm-style rooms with amazing mountain views. You’ll have WiFi and an onsite restaurant.

Night 4 to 17

Camping in Karakorum

Enjoy various campsites along the route, where you’ll sleep in well-equipped tents with the basics supplied for you.

Darbar Hotel

Spacious rooms, updated bathrooms, and a good restaurant await at the Darbar Hotel. You’ll have internet access as well.

Eagles Nest Hotel in Duiker

The location doesn’t get much better than this! Enjoy being nestled into the mountains at this rustic, simple hotel.

Night 20 ( If transfer via Chilas)

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Shangrila Hotel in Chilas

An oasis of rest along the Karakorum Highway, this hotel offers security and comfort at an amazing location along the Indus River.

Hotels on Standard Tour

What’s included in the Snow Lake & Biafo-Hispar Guided Trek Tour?

Meals

21 breakfasts, 20 lunches, 21 dinners

Accommodations

Accommodations in hotels and campsites as described above.

Transportation during the Tour

  • Airport transfers on first and last day of trip
  • Round trip flights between Islamabad and Skardu
  • Domestic transport by air or private air-conditioned coaches (as described in itinerary)

Also Included

  • Expedition services including guides, porters, high-altitude porters, and cooks
  • 15kg porterage of personal gear
  • Safety equipment including Thuraya satellite phone (additional charge for personal use) and expedition medical kits
  • Group camping equipment, including two person tents, insulated mats, cooking and eating utensils, mess tent with table and stools
  • All required equipment for pass crossing, including fixed rope, climbing helmet, crampons
  • Porter’s insurance
  • Emergency medical kit
  • Visa support letter

Not included

  • Sleeping bag, clothing, and other personal equipment
  • Phone calls, laundry, and other personal expenses
  • Tips
  • Visa to enter Pakistan
  • Flights to and from Islamabad, airport and departure taxes, excess baggage fees
  • Travel Insurance

Frequenty Asked Questions about Snow Lake & Biafo-Hispar Guided Trek

How safe is Pakistan?

Pakistan is becoming a more popular destination for foreign tourism, however you should always check with your local government about travel restrictions before you book your tour. This map from the US Department of State provides an overview on the current status in countries around the globe. The UK‘s Foreign Office and Government of Canada also provides advice on foreign travel. Note that the travel advice may chagne depending on your nationality. Travel advice from the US Department of State and other Governments can change at any point. All clients must assume and accept the risks associated with travel in Pakistan, and knowing that access to evacuation and/or consular support may not always be available. In such a case, our public liability cover does not extend to include cover for claims arising out of war and terrorism risks. 10Adventures.com Inc cannot be held liable for any incident, claim, loss or damage, caused in this regard. Your travel insurance must ensure that you have adequate cover for travel through the region.

Is this tour at high altitude?

Yes, this tour goes to high altitudes, which impacts almost all trekkers to some extent. In some cases the altitude simply makes the trekking more difficult, in some cases high altitudes can cause serious medical issues. It is required to have health and medical insurance that is valid for high altitude trekking and it is recommended you talk to a travel medical clinic to learn more about medical options for high altitude trekking.

What should I bring for trekking in Pakistan?

You have a maximum of 15kg of gear you can bring, so you have to pack light. This weight includes any personal items (toiletries, phone, kindle, etc) and all your gear. The following is a partial list of what you should bring at the minimum.

  • Trekking trousers, ideally not cotton
  • Underwear, ideally athletic variety or merino.
  • Trekking socks, ideally ones you have used before. Some guests bring liner socks as well.
  • Short-sleeve and long sleeve shirts. Ideally merino as it doesn’t need to be washed as often.
  • Thick shirt or sweater.
  • Single pair of shorts.
  • Thermal underwear (pants and top) to use instead of pyjamas.
  • Waterproof pants and coat, ideally both Gore-Tex.
  • Gloves or mittens, ideally they are somewhat waterproof.Many guests bring both gloves and mittens.
  • Down jacket, as it gets cold in the evening and mornings.
  • Fleece vest or jacket.
  • Warm hat (toque).
  • Sun hat.
  • Comfy, broken-in hiking boots with ankle support. Carry these with your hand luggage on international flights as they are very hard to replace in Pakistan.
  • Comfy shoes or flipflops to wear around camp.
  • Daypack, duffle bag, ideally both with heavy duty garbage bags inside to keep your gear dry.
  • Sleeping bag and sleeping mat.
  • Water bottle.
  • Headlamp.
  • Sun cream, lip balm, first aid kit, hand sanitizer.
  • Any other personal items you require.

Do I need a Visa?

Check with your local country about visa requirements. You could also try this website, though you should verify with your government.

What is Pakistan’s Visa on Arrival Program?

Pakistan recently launched a tourist visa on Arrival program. Only certain countries are eligible for this visa, you can find the current list here. You can find out more about this Visa on the Government of Pakistan website.

Are meals included?

21 breakfasts, 20 lunches and 21 dinners are included.

Do I need insurance?

Yes, it is mandatory to have Health and Medical insurance to join this trip. You must ensure your insurance is valid for trekking up to 6,000m. You can get travel insurance here.

How do I get to Islamabad to start this tour?

Your guide and/or tour leader will meet you at Islamabad International Airport (ISB). You are responsible for your own flights to and from this airport.

Are the tours in English?

Yes, the tour guide is English-speaking.

Where does the tour end?

Your guide and/or tour leader will arrange for your return to Islamabad International Airport (ISB) in time for your return flight.

Do I need vaccines?

Check with your family doctor or a travel-medical clinic.

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Prices

From $2,495USD

Difficulty

Guided

Hotels /Camping

Active Travel is what we do

10Adventures knows Active and Adventure Travel because everything we do is focused on Active and Adventure Travel. We understand the needs of travellers and partner with excellent local guides who specialize in active, experiential and adventure travel.

Real humans are always a click or call away

Your time is important, and you shouldn't have to deal with automated bots or a confusing phone system. At 10Adventures you are assigned an Adventure Concierge, who is a real person who has one job: to support you during the planning & booking of your trip.

Customize or go private and get the perfect trip for you

Taking a holiday can be the most fun you have all year. At 10Adventures we believe that you should have the ability to personalize the trip, to get it just the way you want. Sometimes that's joining a group, but more often it's going private with your loved ones, and getting the dates and itinerary that's just right for you.

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Tour Difficulty

We rate this tour as a 5 / 5.  The length of this trek, combined with the high-altitude and the glacial conditions make it a very difficult tour that is best-suited for experienced hikers.


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