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Trekking

Pakistan is a paradise for trekkers. Most of the trekking routes lies in the northern mountains of the Hindukush, the Karakorams and the Himalayas. For most of the treks, trekking season is between May to October. The Ministry of Tourism, Government of Pakistan, has defined trekking as walking below 6000 m. It has designated three zones for trekking; open, restricted and closed. Foreigners may trek anywhere in open zone without a permit or services of a licensed mountain guide. For trekking in restricted zone, foreigners must pay a fee of US$ 20 per person per trek to obtain a trekking permit from the Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of Pakistan Islamabad. It also requires to hire a licensed mountain guide; buy a personal accident insurance policy for the guide and the porters and to attend mandatory briefing and de-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism, on the beginning and end of the trekking trip. No trekking is allowed in closed zones which are the areas near Pak-Afghan border and near the Line of Control with Indian-held Kashmir. 

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Gondogoro La & K2 Base Camp

Days : 21
Altitude: 5940M

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K2 Base Camp Baltoro Galcier

Days : 21
Altitude: 5400

Fairy-Meadows
Fairy Meadows & Hushe Gondogoro La

Days : 22
Altitude: 5065M

Biafo-Hiper-La
Biafo Snow Lake Hisper La Trek

Days : 25
Altitude: 5151M

Masherbrum-Panorama-Gondogoro-Peak
Mashabrum Panaroma & Gondogoro Peak

Days : 19
Altitude: 5650M

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Rakaposhi Base Camp Trek

Days : 14
Altitude: 3658M

Rakaposhi-via-khunjarab pass
Rakaposhi Trek via Khunjerab Pass

Days : 15
Altitude: 4733M

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Batura Trek

Days : 16
Altitude: 3700M

Karumber-Lake
Yarkhun Valley Chitral to Hunza

Days : 23
Altitude: 5602M

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Naltar Pakura Trek

Days : 14
Altitude: 3845M

Nanga-Parbat-Rupal-Basecamp
Nanga Parbat Rupal BC Trek

Days : 13
Altitude: 3650

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Naltar Daitar Trek

Days : 15
Altitude: 3845M

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Patundas Trek

Days : 15
Altitude: 4557