Gasherbrum means a shining wall. There are six Gasherbrum peaks in the Karakorum Range. It was captain Young husband and his party, which in 1889 discovered Gasherbrum glacier.

In 1956, members of an Austrian Karakorum expedition climbed Gasherbrum-II (8035m/26,361ft). The party was led by Fritz Moravec. It set up a base camp on the south Gasherbrum glacier. Camp-1 was set up at 6,005m/19,700ft. It was here that the party was forced to stay for ten days because of a severe storm. Consequently it lost a large supply store in an avalanche. After setting up a few more camps, Fritz Moravec, Josef larch and Hans Willenpart set up a bivouac below 7,620m/25,000ft. Inspite of frostbites suffered in the bivouac, the three reached the summit of Gasherbrum-II on the 8th July and came back without meeting any further accident.

Fixed departure for Gasherbrum-II (June 20, 2017 to August 13, 2017) The expedition will led by the most professional Mountain climber Mr. Giampaolo Corona (Giampi) from Italy..

Name of Peak  Gasherbrum-II  Altitude: 35° – 45 N
Other Names K-4 Longitude: 76° – 39 E
Elevation: 8035M (26,362 ft) Best Period: June – August
Location: Karakoram- Baltoro Skardu  Base camp height 5000-M
Dutation:  50 Days  First Ascent July 8, 1956 by an Austrian Team
Day-01 Islamabad- Rawalpindi: Paper work with Alpine Club of Pakistan 
Day-02 Drive to Chilas on Karakorum highway 11-12hrs 
Day-03 Drive to Skardu along with Indus River 8-9hrs 
Day-04 Drive to Askoli 6-7hrs 3000m
Day-05 Trek to Jhola 5-6hrs 3200m
Day-06 Trek to Paiyu 6-7 hrs 3450m
Day-07 Free day in Paiyu
Day-08 Trek to Urdukas 6-7hrs 4050m
Day-09 Trek to Goro-II (5-6hrs) 4380m
Day-10 Trek to Concordia 4-5hrs 4700m
Day-11 Trek to Gasherbrum base camp
Day-12/40 29 days for climbing
Day-41/45 Trek down to Askoli 
Day-46 Drive back to Skardu 6-7hrs 
Day-47 Drive back to Chilas 8-9hrs 
Day-48 Drive back to Islamabad 11-12hrs 
Day-49 Paper work with Alpine Club of Pakistan 
Day-50 Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight