Spantik Peak: Facade of grandeur
The new love of mountaineers
Located in Nagar district of the Gilgit-Baltistan region, Spantik peak has recently gained immense popularity among mountaineers from across the world, thanks to its beautiful and majestic appearance.
Accessibility to Spantik is relatively easy, yet the peak is still located in a far-flung area. Thanks to the easy access and its location in a safe atmosphere, Spantik has witnessed a rise in the number of expeditions attempting to summit her each year.
Getting to the Spantik base camp requires at least 3 days. You would see yourself trailing across a glacial system, and it is always judicious to stick with your guide if you want to arrive at the base camp safely. Despite the easy accessibility, the route to the summit of Spantik is reasonably difficult. You have to take the northwest face, also called the Golden Pillar, in order to get a toehold.
The good news is that out of all the expeditions to Spantik so far, 80 percent have summited it with success. However, you success relies heavily on your skills, fitness, acclimatization, weather condition and your propensity to go the extra mile.
Climb Spantik Peak with Karakorum Expeditions
We have 36 days itinerary for Spantik Peak that starts with your arrival in Islamabad. Karakorum Expeditions will ensure that your travel and expedition is enjoyable, fun, full of adventure and most of all, a delightful experience. We offer you total solution, so our professionals will take care of every facet of your expedition, such as your logistics, accommodation, food, travel and everything in between.
Even though Spantik Peak is situated in Nagar Valley, yet the route to climb this beautiful and spectacular peak is from the Baltistan side. After your briefing at the Ministry of Tourism in Islamabad, we will arrange your flight to Skardu. You will then trek across the Chogolungma glacier before getting to the Spantik Peak base camp. The route to the 7027 meters Spantik Peak starts in in the Arandu region of Baltistan, also known as little Tibet.
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