Trekking in Hushe valley
Trekking in Hushe valley

Hushe valley is at about 3000 m at the end of the jeep road was very poor before the advent of trekking. As it is too high for fruits trees and double cropping. Hushe is now well on tourism and has good guides, high & low altitude porters and cooks. Many Expeditions came here to climb and trek and the Hushe rescue team sets up fix ropes over the Gondogoro Pas each season. Treks.
The most popular trek in this area are to Masherbrum Bse Camp and up the Gondogoro Glacier to climb Gondogoro Peak or crosss the Gondogoro Pass to Condordia and K2. Optional extras are the Hunbrok, Aling, Charkasa valley. For more information and details contact us at:

1) Trek to K7 Base Camp (4600m) & North Face of K6, Namika and Kapura.
The Shaitcho the path to the Chogolisa and Charaksa Glacier. River leading to the base camp of K7, 6934m and the north face of k6, 7281 m, Namika 6325m, Dripika and linkasr are also approached from here, from this side k6 is a verticals wall about 2000m hight. Much more imposing than from the south side,. Its takes about 45 munities to walk to the tip of the terminal moraine of the Charaksa Glaceir, or 2 or 3 hours to the junction of the Chogolisa and Charaksa glaciers, following the northern lateral moraine of the ablation valley most of the way, Cross the Choolisa glacier to the eastern edge to find the green campsite at about 4000m. The path to k7 base camp, at about 4600m. Continues along the northern edge of the Charaksa glacier.
His valley is surrounded by massive granite cliffs, There are no shepherds summer settlements up to here, at is is more barren than the Gondogoro valley, but climbing possibilities are inviting with granite cliffs and many peaks between 5000m and 7000m. .For more information and details contact us at:


Zone: Restricted, permit from Islamabad and licensed guide required

Level: Moderate

Length: 3 to7 days

Maximum height: Optional to 4200m

Months: Mid-June to end September depending on height you go t

This popular trek is straight forward and is recommended as a good way to get fit and acclimatized before heading for the Gondogoro Pass. It gives impressive views of Masherburm.
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