At the head of the Hushe valley is Masherbrum (7821m) and five large glaicers; Aling, Masherbrum, Gondogoro, Chogolisa and Tsarak Tsa. The popular Hushe valley offers a variety of short, easy treks, a number of not too technical mountaineering peaks, some intresting rock climbs and an exciting route to Baltoro Glaicer.
The village of Hushe is the last village where jeep road ends. It is 140km east of Skardu and the starting point for expeditions and trekking to various summer pastures and five glaciers.
Following the Charakusa River and passing through Shepherd’s summer camp and the junction of the Gondogoro and Charakusa Rivers, we will cross a wooden bridge to reach Saicho, which is a large shepherd’s settlement with a Mosque. The next day we will trek to Dalzampa, which means “field of flowers”. It is a beautiful campsite at about 4150m, which lies between two lakes with Masherbrum Mountain and the white glacier cascading down from Masherbrum Pass reflecting in the still water.
Drive to Chilas on Karakorum highway 11-12hrs
Drive to Skardu along with Indus River 8-9hrs
Drive to Hushe 5-6hrs 3050m
Trek to Parbisan 5-6hrs 3475m
Trek to Masherbrum base camp (SW)
Trek to Masherbrum (E) BC back to Parbisan
Trek to Saicho 3330m
Trek to Dalspanga 4-5 hrs 4300m
Trek to Hispung 4-5hrs 4680m
Excursion to Gondogoro La Pass back to Hispung
Trek down Saicho and drive to Skardu
Drive to Skardu 5-6hrs
Drive to Chilas 8-9hrs
Drive from Chilas to Islamabad
Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight