The most- frequented approach to K7 Base Camp is from Kande Village which is half-way up Hushe valley. There is a footbridge over the Hushe River that you cross to reach the Nangmah River on the north of Mingyulu village. Keep walking along the bank of the river till you arrive the Nangmah summer pastures. The BC is on the north-west edge of the Nangmah glacier. The valley is surrounded by steep granite walls that seem to meet in the sky. The stark beauty of this place is awesome.

K-7 (6934m) first climbed in 1984 by a Japaness expedition, and Link Sar (7041m) form a ridge north -east of the upper Tsark Tsa Glacier. K7’s granite face is one of the world’s largest. K6 (7281m) is on the ridge south of the supper glacier. The area between Spangser and K7 base camp is a climber’s paradise, with several 5000m peaks and tons of unclimbed granite. K6 was first climbed in 1970 by an expedition of Austrian Alpine Club.

Duration: 15 Days
Camping 08 Nights Best period June to September
06 Nights
Hushe Valley


Day-01 Islamabad/Rawalpindi
Day-02 Drive to Chilas on Karakorum highway11-12hrs
Day-03 Drive from Chilas to Skardu 8-9hrs
Day-04 Drive to Hushe valley 5-6 hrs 3050m
Day-05 Trek to Saicho 4-5hrs 3330m
Day-06 Trek to Spangser 4-5hrs 4000m
Day-07 Trek to K-7 base camp 5-6hrs
Day-08 Free day in base camp
Day-09 Trek back to Spangser 5-6hrs
Day-10 Trek back to Saicho 5-6hrs
Day-11 Trek to Hushe 4-5hrs
Day-12 Drive to Skardu 5-6hrs
Day-13 Drive to Chilas 8-9hrs
Day-14 Drive to Islamabad 11-12hrs
Day-15 Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight