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Mintaka and Kilik Pass Trek
Range:   Karakoram
Altitude:   Min : 600m - Max: 4027m
Zone:   Open
Duration:   15 days
Best Time:   June - September

For more than 1000 years, Kilik and Mintaka were the Silk Routes primary passes between China and Hunza and today these broad valleys and extensive alpine meadows, once closed to foreigners, are again accessible. Kilik and Mintaka, two historic passes on Pakistanís border with China, have been off limits to foreigners since 1947. The 1m-3m wide tails to these gentle passes are easy to follow,  springs  and trees are abundant, and camp sites  are grassy, making this one of northern Pakistanís easiest treks.

Trip Itinerary:

Day 01
Islamabad. Hotel.
Day 02 Fly to Gilgit or drive to Chilas in case of flight cancellation. Hotel.
Day 03 Drive to
Karimabad either from Gilgit or Chilas. Hotel.
Day 04
Visit Altit and Balt forts. Hotel.
Day 05
Drive to Misgar and trek to Murkushi. Tent.
Day 06
Trek to Sad Buldi. Tent. 
Day 07
Excursion Kilik Pass. Tent.
Day 08 Trek back to
Murkushi. Tent.
Day 09 Trek to Gul Khaja. Tent.
Day 10 Excursion Mintaka Pass. Tent.
Day 11 Trek back Murkushi. Tent.
Day 12 Drive back to Misgar and drive to Gilgit. Hotel.
Day 13 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Besham in case of flight cancellation. Hotel.
Day 14 Free day.
Day 15 Fly Out.

Services Included:

  • Airport/road transfer in AC coach and four wheel drive jeep.

  • Hotel accommodation and meals.

  • All meals during trek.

  • Sleeping tents, mattresses, kitchen, toilet and mess tents with tables/stools.

  • Kitchen equipment, crockery, fuel and related camping gear.

  • Services of English speaking guide, cook, and low altitude porters.

  • 12.5 kg of personal baggage during trek.

  • Porterage at airport and hotels, toll taxes and parking fee etc.

  • Insurance of our field staff, porters/staff.

Services Not Included:

  • International & domestic airfare and airport tax. Excess weight.

  • Sleeping bags and personal nature clothing/equipment.

  • Extras at hotels like drinks, laundry, phone calls.

  • Insurance liability and other under force majeure conditions, medical aid, and helicopter rescue coverage etc.

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