Hisper La - Snow lake Expedition

Hisper La - Snow lake Expedition

13 Jul 23:00 - 27 Jul 02:00 - Islamabad
The Explorers



Biafo Glacier (60 km. long) and Hispar Glacier (61 km. long) meet at the 5151 m. Hispar Pass to form one of the longest glacial systems outside the polar regions. This highway of ice connects two ancient mountain kingdoms; Hunza in the west with Baltistan in the east.
Because the Biafo-Hispar region is very remote it serves as the last stronghold for many animals; including Himalayan bear, ibex, markhor and the snow leopard. H.W. Tilman, an English adventurer, claimed he saw footprints of the Yeti during his trek there in 1937.


Rs.72,000/- per head (With 12.5 Kg porter included)
Rs.63,000/- per head. (Without porter)

•Registration Deadline: 1 May 2018

Payment Deadlines:
•10 May: 20,000/-
•20 June: 20,000/-
•At Departure: 32,000
•Trip Duration: 18 Days (2 spare days)
•Grade: Strenuous
•Trekking Days: 11
•Maximum Altitude: 5151M at Hisper La
•Accommodation: 11 nights camping, 4 nights hotel stays.
•Daily Trekking: On an average 7-8 hours (Except LA crossing day)

•K2 BASE CAMP and Gondogoro-La - 2012
•Karomber Lake and Along Wakhan Corridor Trek - 2013
•Ratti Gali Lake Trek before jeep track inugration
•Around Nanga Parbat Trek - 2011
•Fiary Meadow Trek - Nanga Parbat Base camp
•Makra peak climbed in winters during one the harsh weather conditions
•Makra peak climbed in summers
•Mussa Ka Musalla climbed in summers
•Mountain Biking along Saiful Malook, Ganga choti peak, Babusar top till naran
•& Countless other small treks and winter survivals expeditions.

• Traveling Cost (ISB-ISB)
• Hotel accommodation on 3 person sharing basis.
• Sleeping tents on 3 person sharing basis.
• Three time meals on travelling and trek.
• Kitchen equipment, crockery, fuel and related camping gear.
• Facilities of Guide, cooks and porters and helpers.
• Bridge taxes
• Long Range Walkie Talkie
(To be used by organizers only)
• LA crossing charges.
• 12.5 Kg porter facility for member’s personal gear.
(Above 12.5 Kg will be separately charged from member on spot, as per porter rate per Kg)

• Personal trekking equipment / clothing
• Extras at hotels like drinks, laundry, phone calls.
• Insurance liability medical aid, and helicopter rescue coverage.
• Any kind of travel cost (Bus+Jeeps), if anyone leaves trek at any stage due to any reason.
• Anything thing other than mentioned above in “Cost Include” area is not included in cost.


Day-1 Islamabad to Sakardu on Natco. (Hotel)
Day-2 Rest Day Sakardu
Day-3 Sakardu to Askole (8hours jeep safari) (Camp)
Day-4 Askole to Namla (3,650 m 11,800) (Camp)
Day-5 Namla to Mongo (3,700 m 12,130 ft) (Camp)
Day-6 Mongo to Biantha (4,000 m 13,120 ft) (Camp)
Day-7 Biantha to Marphogoro (4,400 m 14,430 ft) (Camp)
Day-8 Marphogoro to Snow Lake (4,800 m 15,750 ft) (Camp)
Day-9 Karphogoro to Hisper top/Hisper base (5,151 m 16,895 ft) (Camp)
Day-10 Hisper to Kani Basa (4,500 m 14,760 ft) (Camp)
Day-11 Kani Basa to Jutmal (4,200 m 13,780 ft) (Camp)
Day-12 Jutmal to Falaling Chhish (3,600 m 11,800 ft) (Camp)
Day-13 Hisper Village (camp)
Day-14 Hunza (Hotel)
Day-15 Rest Day
Day-16 Hunza to Gilgit to Islamabad

•Backpack (Preferably 40 L – 50 L)
•Duffle Bag (For luggage carried by porter)
•Sleeping Bag (Down filled to bear at least -10 degree C)
•Sleeping mattress (Simple jumbo lawn mat can also work)
•Down Jacket (Feather filled)
•Parka Jacket (To prevent from wind and rain)
•Parka Trouser (To prevent from wind and rain)
•Wool Cap, Sun Hat and Balaclava
•Light weight trousers (3)
•Light weight full sleeve shirts (3)
•Light cotton socks (3), wool socks (2)
•Warm waterproof gloves
•Sunglasses (UV Protected)
•Water bottle (Normal 1.5 L bottle can also work)
•Head torch and extra cells
•Sunblock (100 SPF recommended)
•Lip Salve
•Primary Trekking Boots (Must be used and tested before the trek)
•Secondly Boots / Joggers(To be used in case of emergency)
•Knife, Gaiters, Match Stick
•Soap, Sanitizer, Tissue rolls and other personal Toiletries
•Light weight sandal / chappal
•Small towel
•Camera with extra cells
•Personal medical kit
•Original CNIC (Must)

Climbing Equipment (Must)
•Basic Manual Crampons
•Locking Carabiner
•Basic safety climbing helmet

Our Terms & Conditions are strictly followed and applied. We encourage you to read and agree with them carefully before booking a trip with us.

Registered members will be provided with an undertaking form at the start of the trip having the details of the trip along with the mentioned terms & conditions. All members will be required to physically sign that form along with thumb impression. (Mandatory)

1.The members shall not be indulged in any act reflecting moral or character failing during the activities.
2.Using drugs or found party to drug sale or possession is strictly prohibited. If anyone finds or caught using any kind of drug will be expelled from the trip right away on the spot and the person will not be eligible for any kind of refund.
3.Use of violent behavior including altercation, insinuations of indecent kind, verbal and physical abuse and assault, aggravated behavior, or any other act amounting to unbecoming of member are strictly prohibited.
4.All members would give extra care for the local environmental care .Garbage (tins. Water bottles, wrappers etc) shall be suitably disposed without polluting water sources.
5.The host reserves the right to cancel trip without prior notice for any reasons deemed appropriate by them. In such a case the registered participants will receive full refund.
6.During the trip, the itineraries may be affected by reasons beyond control of the hosts. In such situation, organizers will not be held responsible in any case.
7.On steep ascends in mountainous areas, air conditioned of the buses will be operational on on-off basis to keep the vehicles from overheating.
8.Every humanly possible care will be taken for the safety of members, still each venture can be fraught with endangers of unforeseen natural disasters like avalanches and crevasse falls or any other accidents and sometimes such disasters cannot be ruled out. In any such type of accident during the whole tour, the company, group leader and the tour organizers will not be held responsible in any form.
9.In case of theft, lost or damage to personal belongings during the duration of the trip, organizers will not be held responsible in any case.
10.On adventure trek of this type, weather, local politics, transport or a multitude of other factors beyond the control of organizers can result in a change of itinerary. It is, however, very unlikely that the itinerary would be substantially altered; if alterations are necessary the Leader and Guide will decide what is the best alternative, taking into consideration the best interests of the whole group.
15. Adventurer Treks and Tours is a non-registered voluntary body being operated by a group of outdoor passionate persons having years of experience in hiking, camping, trekking and outdoor activities.

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