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Mountaineering Expedition:
i. Launched Pak-China Joint K-2 Expedition from 20
May to 08
August 2004 to
celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the first ascent of 8611 meters high Mt K-2, the
second highest peak in the World. It was successful, 10 Chinese and 03
Pakistani Members participated and 7 Chinese and 2 Pakistani Members
successfully climbed the summit of K-2 (8611 M).
ii. In addition to above 3 more Pakistani mountaineers climbed K-2 and one
climbed Nanga Parbat 8125 M the second highest Peak in Pakistan, with
different international expeditions.
iii. Launched a Pakistan International Expedition to Diran Peak in July/August,
2004, which a part from other international mountaineers, was participated by
Mr.Nazir Sabir, now President Alpine Club of Pakistan.
iv. Launched Mountaineering Expedition to Sarwali Peak situated in Nanga Parbat
range in Azad Kashmir from 01-15 July 2004 in collaboration with AJK Tourism

Hiking & Trekking Expedition:
i. Launched a Trekking Expedition to K-2 Base Camp from 15 July to 8 August
2004, in connection with the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the first ascent of
K-2. It was successful but unluckly 5 out of 15 members died in a road accident
on way back from Skardu to Rawalpindi.
ii. In addition conducted various hiking and Trekking trips in Galiat areas,
Margallah Hills, Swat and Kaghan Valleys.

World Tourism Day 27 September 2004:

i. Organized Seminar in collaboration with PTDC to celebrate World Tourism Day
on 27
September 2004. The theme of the day was "Peace-key to Sustainable
Mountains Development" which was widely attended by the members of the
Club, tour operators and students of various schools and colleges of Rawalpindi/
ii. Another Seminar was organized by AJK Tourism Department in collaboration
with Alpine Club of Pakistan, in Muzaffarabad. This Seminar was presided over
by Mr. Mumtaz Gilani, the Senior Miniter of Azad Kashmir and attended by the
Minister of Tourism, Minister of Forest, Member of Parliament, Officials, Tour
Operators and Students of various schools and colleges.