Hunza Adventure Tours has been operating trekking holidays in the Karakoram mountain range of Pakistan since 2010. Over the years we have organized several successful treks in the Karakoram mountain range. With this track record we are known as one of the best local trekking companies in Pakistan.
We offer small group and tailor made trekking holidays in the Karakoram mountain range of Pakistan. This mountain range in Northern Areas of Pakistan. It has the largest non-polar glaciers and greatest concentration of highest peaks. There are four mountains over 8,000m including K2 the world’s second highest, Broad Peak and Gasherbrum Peaks.
Trekking in Pakistan in the Northern Areas in Baltistan and Hunza valley. Pakistan treks explore the Karakoram mountain range. The Karakoram has the greatest concentration of the world’s highest peaks.
Hunza Adventure Tours specialists in camping treks where we explore remote regions of Northern Areas of Pakistan. Our most popular hiking holidays are Concordia trek and K2 base camp Gondogoro La Pass trek. The best time for trekking in Pakistan is over the summer months of June to September.
The Karakoram mountain region is home to challenging trekking and jaw-dropping scenery of the world’s second highest mountain range.
Heading deep into the Karakorum our 21 day Ultimate K2 trek will see you venturing through spectacular mountain wilderness towards the base camp of K2 (8,611 m) the second highest peak on Earth. Trekking Holidays in Karakoram mountain range is no ordinary hike but a demanding expedition into one of the world’s most rugged and remote regions.
Tackle an exploratory journey into the depths of the Karakorum and venture beyond the trails to an area which is seldom explored.
Pakistan geopolitical background, unpredictable weather and difficult terrain of the region travel to the Karakoram can pose many challenges. Hunza Adventure Tours expert crew and unsurpassed safety record together with your own fitness, flexibility and sense of adventure will ensure that you experience a rewarding and exhilarating expedition.
Karakoram is subject to monsoon that draws its moisture from the Arabian Sea from June until the end of August. During this time the storm will move north up the Indus valley as far as the Karakoram region although the regularity and intensity of the rains is far less apparent than in the nearby regions of the Indian Himalaya.
Localized storms on the higher elevations of the Karakoram are a further important consideration. Records of three to four days of intense bad weather followed by similar fine periods seem to characterize the region and even in the month of September, trekking groups are well advised to prepare for at least one bad spell of weather during the expedition. On the first few days during the trek extremely hot and dry conditions are not uncommon temperatures can easily reach 35 Celsius. Adequate sun protection is a must.
If you are looking for a real adventure travel experience and you are ready to have your mind expanded by the sheer scale of the landscape, we can whole heartedly recommend one of these treks.