Trek to Killer Mountain Nanga Parbat (8125m) base camp, the world ninth and second highest peak in Pakistan, lies on the western corner of the great mountain range Himalayan. It is an isolated range of peaks surrounded by the Indus River and Astor River. Nanga Parbat means the Necked Mountain.
Nanga Parbat Base Camp is surprisingly accessible for even inexperienced trekkers, as it is located only 4 hours away from Fairy Meadows, a campsite which is normally used as a base to organize treks to the base camp.
Fairy Meadows is lush green plain from where you get striking views of Nanga Parbat, starting from a vast glacier which, gradually, ascends to the foot of that huge ice block
5 July: Arrival Islamabad/hotel
6 July: Fly to Gilgit or drive to Chilas 12-14hrs, Hunza Karimabad /Hotel
7 July: Day visit Baltit and Altit Fort
8 July: Drive to Passu and visit to Passu village/ Suspension bridge 1-3 hrs/hotel
9 July: Drive to Khunjerab Pass and Back to Karimabad Hunza 5-6hrs/Hotel
10 July: Drive to Jail 3-4hrs and trek to Fairy meadow 2-3hrs/huts
11 July: Trek Fairy Meadow to Beyal and Nanaga parbat Bc 4-5hrs /hotel
12 July: Trek back to Jail and continue jeep drive to Chilas 5-6hrs/hotel
13 July: Drive to Islamabad via Naran 12-14hrs/hotel
14 July: Departure homeland