Nazir Sabir Expeditions

Leaders in Adventure Tourism

Hindukush Tirich Mir Trek

Range:             Karakoram
Altitude:          Min : 600m - Max: 4724m
Zone:               Permitted
Duration:         18 Days
Best Time:        June - September

The Hindukush lies beyond the reach of the monsoon and, is a deserted, arid mountain scape visited by very few. The scenic Tirich Valley is very fertile, and populated with several small villages. A spectacular drive to Uthul takes us to the jump off point, and trekking across Zani Pass (3886m) provides excellent views of Hindukush and the Hindu Raj Ranges. Passing through the villages of Atak and Bandak, one arrives Shogor, at the foot of the Tirich Glacier. A free day will enable us to explore and will, allow for fantastic views of Tirich Mir (7708m), Istoro Nal (7403m) and heavily crevassed upper   Tirich Glacier. Visit legendary Kafir Kalash of Chitral, and the historical Khyber Pass, before your return journey to Islamabad via Taxila. A lifetime memory of a very remote, undisturbed wilderness.

Trip Itinerary:

Day 01             Islamabad. Welcome reception.
Day 02             Drive to Swat. Hotel.
Day 03             Over Lowari Pass to Chitral. Hotel.
Day 04             Day free for trek preparations. Tent.
Day 05             Drive to Uthul. Tent.
Day 06             Trek over Zani Pass to Shagram. Tent.
Day 07             Continue to Jhungal. Hotel.
Day 08             Trek to Shogor. Tent.
Day 09             Day free to explore. Tent.
Day 10             Return to Jhungal. Hotel.
Day 11             Trek to Shagram. Hotel.
Day 12             Drive to Chitral. Hotel.
Day 13             Full day excursion to Kalash Valleys. Hotel.
Day 14             Fly or drive to Peshawar. Hotel.
Day 15             Excursion to Khyber Pass. Hotel.
Day 16             Road Journey to Islamabad via Taxila. Hotel.
Day 17             Farewell meeting. Half day sightseeing of Rawalpindi/Islamabad. Hotel.
Day 18             Fly Out.

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