The peak rarely climbed
If you want to climb one of the rarely climbed and exclusive peaks, Passu Peak is for you to give a shot in the Hunza Valley. Situated at a height of 7478 meters above sea level, Passu Peak overlooks Passu village in Gojal (Upper Hunza), near the border town of Pakistan and China.
The peak lies in the Batura Muztagh, a branch of the Karakorum mountain range. A team of Japanese and Pakistani climbers first climbed the peak in 1978. Sadly, Japanese mountaineer Mr. Toshio Takahashi died during the expedition by falling into a glacial crevasse. Climbing Passu Peak poses ultimate challenge to even the most experienced mountaineers. The peak boasts a range of ice walls and deep crevasses, especially the base camp and camp 1.
After you arrive at camp 1, you are posed with yet another challenge: to discover the route to climb the mountain and setup the rope for your team. Bear in mind, however, that finding the route will take time because of the dangerous ice walls and crevasses. You would find yourself using a rope, ice bolts; snow drums and of course ladders.
Climb Passu Peak with Karakorum Expeditions
If you aim to climb Passu Peak and indulge in some extreme adventure, we can make that possible for you. We have 31 days itinerary for your adventure to Passu Peak, starting with your arrival in Islamabad.
Our services include airport pickup, hotel transfer, hotel accommodations, briefing at the Ministry of Tourism, travel to Passu village (about 650 kilometers from Islamabad), trekking to Passu Peak base camp and everything in between. You can rely on our services with confidence because our professional and well-trained staff will leave no stone unturned in exceeding your expectations and creating delightful experiences for you.
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