Gasherbrum II: The shining wall
The world’s 13th highest mountain
Gasherbrum II is the world’s 13th highest mountain, rising as high as 8035 meters above sea level. Also known as K4, Gasherbrum II is the third highest mountain in the Gasherbrum massif.
This peak is located in the Karakorum mountain range in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. The good news is that Gasherbrum II is relatively one of the up-front and reachable peaks. If you take the route usually taken by other climbers, and if you are well prepared and fully equipped, you can reasonably summit the peak under moderate climate.
However, this doesn’t mean that you don’t need an unsettled fortitude, a stern willpower, and the readiness to handle expedition interruptions, including tediousness, laziness, fatigue, and solitary nights on a glacier.
Climb Gasherbrum II with Karakorum Expeditions
We have 50 days itinerary for climbing Gasherbrum II. If you are interested in exploring a completely different world in the Karakorum Mountains, reach out to us and let us create delightful and unforgettable experiences for you.
We will take care of every facet of the expedition and make sure that your travel is seamless and your expedition is adventurous. Our professional staff will pick you up from the airport in Islamabad and take care of everything involved in your tour, including logistics, accommodations, food, security, climbing and finally you safe return to home.
If you want to know more details, contact us now. Our professional and dedicated staff will leave no stone unturned in surpassing your expectations.