Shimshal is a beautiful village located in Gojal, Hunza District; it lies at an altitude of 3,000m above sea level, and is the highest settlement in Hunza Valley of Pakistan. The total area is 3,800 km and inhabitant of around two thousand population with two hundred and forty households.
Shimshal valley is situated in one of the remotest part of North Pakistan Karakorum Range.

Shimshal was isolated till 2002; north frontier works organization and private NGO’s built link road from Passu (KKH) to Shimshal valley.
Minglik SAR 6050m is similar mini expedition and strenuous trekking. There are several virgin peaks around the valley also trekking routes leads to different valleys e.g. KKH, Hisper valley, Pamir valleys and Biafo glacier over Kurdopine pass. The trip starts from Islamabad via the legendary Karakorum Highway to Passu (upper Hunza) and from KKH jeepable leads to Shimshal.

June 20, July 7, 2017: July 12 to July 29, 2017: August 5 to August 22, 2017: August 20 to August 6 Sep 2017

Day-01  Islamabad- Rawalpindi: Sightseeing of twin cities 
Day-02  Drive to Chilas via Babusar Pass 4137m, 9-10 hrs 
Day-03  Drive to Karimabad (Hunza) -7hrs 
Day-04  Drive to Shimshal 5-6hrs 3000m 
Day-05  Trek to Wuch Furizeen 6-7hrs 3365m
Day-06  Trek to Arbab Parian 5-hrs 3931m
Day-07  Trek to Shuijerab 5-6hrs 4350m
Day-08  Trek to Shimshal Pass 4735m 
Day-9/10 Two day for climbing activities (Minglick Sar 6050-M)
Day-11  Trek down to Aurbab peryain
Day-12  Trek down to Wuch Furzeen
Day-13  Trek down to Shimshal village
Day-14  Drive back to Passu 4-5hrs, continue drive to Karimabad 2hrs
Day-15  Full day explore Karimabad or rest day 
Day-16  Driver to Naran via Babusar Pass 41737, 7-8hrs 
Day-17  Drive to Islamabad 6-7hrs 
Day-18  Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight.