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Muztagh Tower (7273m)

The 1881 treaty between Russia and China provided complete freedom of commerce between two countries. As a result, Russian caravans started bringing goods into eastern Turkistan. British Empire was not lagging behind in the war of shadows.

Younghusband was sent to Kashgar to take stock of the situation. On his way back to India in 1887, he chose to cross the Karakoram Range by Muztag East Pass 5,422m which had never been crossed before by a European.

In 1947, R.C.F. Schomberg visited Sarpo Laggo Glacier and after crossing east Muztagh Pass, entered Baltoro Glacier. The first successful expedition reached to the summit of Muztagh Tower West on July 6, 1954 and North East Ridge on July 7, 1954.

  • Day 01: Islamabad
  • Day 02: Islamabad
  • Day 03: Islamabad –Chilas
  • Day 04: Chilas –Skardu
  • Day 05: Skardu
  • Day 05: Skardu – Thongal
  • Day 06: Thongal – Jhola
  • Day 07: Jhola/Bardumal – Paiju
  • Day 08: Paiju – Rest Day
  • Day 09: Paiju – Urdukus
  • Day 10: Urdukas – Base Camp 4500m
  • Day 13-36: Climbing
  • Day 37-41: Base Camp – Skardu
  • Day 42: Skardu-Chilas
  • Day 43: Chilas-Islamabad
  • Day 44: Islamabad
  • Day 45: Departure

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