K6 /Baltistan Peak (7282-M)

K6 is the highest peak in the area surrounding in Chara Kusa or Saraksa and Nangma valley region which has seen renewed climbing interest in the years. While in Charkusa valley and Nangma valley are offered for marvelous rock climbing with easy access. This valley lies at the head of the Hushe Valley which in turn leads to the Shyok River and thence to the Indus River.
The Charkusa gives access to the north side of K6,Lies in Nangma valley ,also is heaven of trekking and rock climbing ,however This valley is located in Kanda y is the second last village of the area. The southwest of the peak is the small Nangma Glacier, and to the east is the larger Kaberi Glacier and the Kaberi River valley. The first ascent of K6 was in 1970, by an Austrian party, via the Southeast Ridge from the Nangma Glacier.


Name of Peak: K6 /Baltistan Peak Elevation: 7282-M (26,23891ft)
Ranked:       89th Of the world Location: Karakoram-Kanday/Hushe Baltistan
Best Period: 15 June – 25 August Base Camp height 4000-M
Latitude         35°– 12N Longitude: 76° – 33 E
Ideal Duration: 34 days First Ascent 1970
Camp required 03    


Days Program Time Hight Over Night
1 Welcome to Pakistan (Islamabad)   500-M Hotel
2 Flight  to Skardu Subject to weather Drive to Chilas  12-13hrs 1200-M Hotel
3 Drive from Chilas to Skardu   8-9hrs 2450-M Hotel
4 Drive Skardu to Hushe valley   5-6 hrs 3050-M Camp
5 Trek Hushe to Saicho 4-5hrs 3330-M Camp
6 Trek Shaircho to Spangser 4-5hrs 4000-M Camp
7 Trek Spangser to K-6 base camp 5-6hrs   Camp
8-28 Climbing  period     Camp
29 Trek back  to Shaircho  /Hushe   3050-M Camp
31 Drive to Skardu 8-9hrs 2450-M Hotel
32 Flight  to Islamabad,subjet to weather Drive to  Chilas   12-13hrs   Hotel
33 Chils to Islamabad     12-13hrs   Hotel
34 Onward to your Own Distinations