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K2 Base Camp Trek

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K2 is the second highest mountain in the world, and is thought by many trekkers to be one of the best treks in the world.

Date: 16 June to 10 July 2020, or 5 August to 29 August (25 days)

Full Service Cost: $4,850, £3,850, €4,250 (Price fixed in $USD. £GBP and €EUR price for convenience only, converted January 3, 2019)

K2 Trek News - Dan Mazur, the team, Sherpas, and friendly locals enjoyed a safe and successful summer in the Karakoram. The team did K2 Summit and Trek, Broad Peak, Training Climb, Pastore Peak, and Gasherbrum I and II.


K2 is the ultimate trekker’s high! Expert leader, Dan Mazur has led multiple K2 and Everest expeditions successfully to basecamp and beyond. Be part of the select few to walk on the roof of the world. Trek on a less traveled circuit among the 8000 metre ‘Giants’ of the Karakorum. Trip includes internal flights/transportation, food, accommodations, staff, and group equipment.

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K2 Trekking Cost

Our full-service expedition includes:

  • Expert British, American, and European leader/coordinator
  • All internal / domestic flights buses, jeeps, porters
  • 25 Kg (55 lbs) per member transport for personal baggage
  • Three meals per day on trek, in basecamp, and on the mountain
  • All permit fees and liaison officers
  • Group, emergency equipment, satellite phone
  • Individual tents in basecamp (no sharing)
  • Full base camp with dinning tents, showers, bathroom, and solar charger
  • Two nights stay in Islamabad hotel on arrival and two two prior to departure in a double room. Private rooms are available for a small additional fee

What is not included?

  • International flights to Islamabad and back to your home country
  • Trekking rescue and travel insurance
  • Personal climbing and trekking equipment and clothing
  • Pakistan visa

Trekking in Karakoram

Dates and Proposed Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Arrive Islamabad. Transfer to hotel for overnight.
  • Day 2 - Free day at Islamabad (508 metres / 1667 feet)
  • Day 3 - Fly to Skardu, transfer to a hotel
  • Day 4 - Skardu- free day at Skardu. Hotel. (2,230 metres / 7,316 feet)
  • Day 5 - Skardu - Briefing at Department of Tourism, final preparations Hotel.
  • Day 6 - Drive by Jeep to Askole. Camp. (3,039 metres / 9,970 feet)
  • Day 7 - Trek to Jhola. (3,170 metres / 10,400 feet)
  • Day 8 - Trek to Paiyu. (3,666 metres / 12,028 feet)
  • Day 9 - Rest Day in Paiyu
  • Day 10 - Trek to Khuburtse. (3,800 metres / 12,467 feet)
  • Day 11 - Trek to Urdukas. (3,950 metres / 12,959 feet)
  • Day 12 - Goro II. (4,300 metres / 14,108 feet)
  • Day 13 - Concordia. (4,550 metres / 14,928 feet)
  • Day 14 - K2 Basecamp (5,117metres/16,788 feet)

camping at fairy meadows

  • Day 15 - Explore around base camp
  • Day 16 - Follow the Upper Baltoro Glacier to Ali Camp (4,800metres/15,748 feet)
  • Day 17 - Cross the Gondogoro La (5,585metres / 18,323 feet) to Huisprung
  • Day 18 Trek down the Gondogoro Glacier to Dalsan (4150metres / 13,600 feet);
  • Day 19 Trek down the Gondogoro Valley to Saitcho (3350metres / 11,000 feet);
  • Day 20 Last day of trekking to Hushe Village (3050 metres / 10,000 feet);
  • Day 21 Drive beside the Hushe River and follow the Shyock and Indus rivers to Skardu (2230 metres / 7316 feet);
  • Day 22 De-briefing at Tourism Department. Showers, laundry, shopping. Hotel;
  • Day 23 Islamabad / Chilas. Hotel;
  • Day 24 Final paperwork, shopping, farewell dinner in Islamabad. Hotel.In case of driving, complete road journey from Chilas to Islamabad. Hotel;
  • Day 25 Fly Home.

Trekking in the Karakorum


K2 Trekking Personal Equipment

Upper Body

  • Cotton t-shirt
  • Cotton long sleeved shirt;
  • Polypropylene light weight thermal long sleeved shirt
  • Fleece jacket
  • Wind/waterproof jacket with hood
  • Umbrella (optional)


  • Pair of light weight liner gloves
  • Pair of medium to heavy weight waterproof/windproof gloves


  • Sun hat
  • Head scarf or buff
  • Fleece balaclava or very warm hat
  • Head torch with extra batteries

Lower Body

  • 2-3 pair cotton underwear briefs
  • Walking shorts
  • Long trousers
  • Polypropylene light weight thermal leggings
  • Fleece/pile trousers
  • Wind/waterproof trousers


  • 2 pair cotton socks
  • Sandals for use in hotel
  • 2 pair medium weightwool socks
  • Sturdy, leather trekking boots with good ankle support (broken-in please)
  • Lightweight running shoes/trainers for trekking on flat, easy trails


  • Sleeping bag rated to -18 C or 0 F
  • At least 1 closed cell foam kari-mats and/or in high quality inflatable sleeping pad (optional). Most of the tea houses we stay in have nice soft mattresses to sleep on.

Rucksack and Travel Bags

  • Medium backpack (40-60 liters, can be used for carry on luggage)
  • Waterproof rucksack cover (optional);
  • Large expedition duffle bag with lock (100+ liters for checked bag)

Personal Hygiene

  • Tooth brush and tooth paste
  • Bar of soap
  • 1 small towel
  • Female or male hygiene supplies
  • Earplugs


  • Bottle of water-treatment tablets
  • 2 tubes lip sun cream (minimum 15 SPF)
  • 1 tube skin sun cream (minimum 30 SPF)
  • Anti-mosquito cream
  • Blister repair kit
  • Bottle anti-diarrhea pills
  • Bottle anti-headache pills
  • Bottle cough and/or cold medicine
  • Bottle anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox, Acetylzolamide

Personal Food

  • Snack / daily cold energy food: 2 kilos/4.4 pounds, is a good amount.


  • Small roll of repair tape
  • Sewing repair kit
  • Cigarette lighter, 1 small box matches
  • Compass or GPS
  • Battery powered alarm clock/watch
  • Camera with extra cards and extra batteries
  • Nylon stuff sacks for food and gear storage
  • Two 1 litre water bottles
  • Plastic cup and spoon
  • Small folding knife
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • 4 large, waterproof, disposable rubbish sacks
  • Passport, 2 extra passport photos, flight ticket, flight itinerary
  • Separate photocopies of passport, relevant visa pages, and proof of insurance
  • Dollars, pounds or euros cash
  • Bank/ATM/Cash and credit cards
  • Bathing suit/swimming costume (you never know)
  • Paperback books, playing cards, iPod/mp3 player, musical instruments, ear plugs, lots of batteries, etc.
  • Travel clothes for basecamp and in town

Group Equipment:

We provide a plethora of top-quality, and time-tested equipment, group gear, and supplies, including: trekking tents; cookers, fuel, etcetera.

K2 Trekking Leader Sherpa

Leadership: Dan Mazur is a relaxed, friendly, well organised, and highly skilled professional with over 20 years of experience leading people to the summits of Everest, K2, Broad Peak, Gasherbrum, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Manaslu, and Shishapangma.

Sherpas: We employ some of Nepal, Tibet, and the Karakorum’s best local mountaineers and Sherpas to assist team members in realizing their summit goals. Our friendly and loyal high altitude climbing staff has supported teams to the summits of more than ten of the highest peaks in the Himalaya.

K2 Trekking Application

Please fill out an application and return it to us with your refundable ten-percent deposit to hold your place on the team.

In addition to your application, we will need the following at least two months before the trip begins:

  • Completed Payment
  • Trip Registration form
  • 1 Passport sized photo
  • A scan of your passport identification pages
  • Complete flight itinerary
  • Proof of travel, accident, and repatriation insurance. We strongly recommend Global Rescue, with at least $50,000 worth of helicopter rescue insurance.
  • •Trip cancellation/interruption insurance is recommended

Please contact us with any questions you may have.

Experience & Training

Winter snow walking experience and experience at high altitude is highly recommended. The trip includes brief climbing clinics. We will teach you everything you need to know on glacier near basecamp. To be successful, proper conditioning is critical to your success on Broad Peak. Team members are expected to be very fit and in good health.Proper training with a focus on long hikes carrying a backpack is essential.

K2 Base Camp Trek Reviews

Comment from Lee: It was a great trip and beautiful. There were 5 trekkers. The leaders, guides, and the other staff were available to help the trekkers. This was very nice because often the trekkers needed help. Some people might consider this to be labor intensive, having to watch over people. Your team did it well. Thanks Again, - Lee    

What our clients say?

  • Comment from Lee: It was a great trip and beautiful. There were 5 trekkers. The leaders, guides, and the other staff were available to help the trekkers. This was very nice because often the trekkers needed help. Some people might consider this to be labor intensive, having to watch over people. Your team did it well. Thanks Again, - Lee