Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain on Earth. Nanga Parbat means “Naked Mountain” in Urdu, Parbat deriving from the Sanskrit word Parvata, meaning “mountain” Nanga Parbat was one of the deadliest of the eight-thousanders for climbers in the first half of the twentieth century; since that time it has been less so, though still an extremely serious climb. It is also an immense, dramatic peak that rises far above its surrounding terrain.
Nanga Parbat was first climbed on July 3, 1953 by Austrian climber Hermann Buhl, a member of a German-Austrian team. By the time of this expedition, 31 people had already died trying to make the first ascent. The final push for the summit was dramatic: Buhl continued alone, after his companions had turned back, and spent a night standing up on the descent. Buhl is the only mountaineer to have made the first ascent of an eight-thousander solo (at least at the summit) and without oxygen.

Name of Peak  Nanga Parbat  Location: Western End of Himalaya- Diamir   
Other names: Diamir Peak  Latitude: 35°– 14 N
Elevation: 8,126 m (26,660 ft) Longitude: 74° – 36 E
Ranked: 9th (2nd in Pakistan)  Best Period: Mid May – September   
Base Camp height 4300M Faces: Rkahiot, Diamir, Rupal
Day-01 Islamabad- Rawalpindi
Day-02 Drive to Chilas on Karakorum highway 11-12hrs
Day-03 Drive to Bonar Das, Jeep transfer to Halala and trek to Upper Jheel
Day-04 Trek to Kutagali 4-5hrs
Day-05 Trek to Nanga Parbat base camp 3-4hrs 
Day-06/40 35 days for climbing  
Day-41 Trek down to Jheel 5-6hrs
Day-42 Trek down to Halala and drive to Chilas 
Day-43 Drive to Islamabad 11-12hrs
Day-44 Welfare meeting in Alpine Club of Pakistan 
Day-45 Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight