Spantik Peak 7,027m

Also know as Golden Peak for its golden wall facing Hunza from the south, Spantik is the most attainable 7000m peak in the Karakoram. The dramatic approach trek along the Chogolungma Glacier passes through a variety of beautiful mountain surroundings far from the regular trekking routes. Straightforward climbing leads to the summit of the mountain where clear weather conditions result in tremendous views in all directions.

There are two prominent ridges; South East and North West. South East is a long and demanding snow ridge with few sections of technical difficulty and little objective danger. This route was climbed on July 5, 1955 by a party led by K. Kramer. The North West (Golden Pillar) is massive combination of ice and rock. The first successful summiteers on this route are British climbers Mick Fowler and Victor Saunders.

Spantik is a truly Himalayan scale objective: an ideal next step for those who have previously climbed a 6000m trekking peak, or for those preparing for an 8000m expedition.

Best time to climb: July and August


Day 01          Arrival in Islamabad
Day 02          Islamabad-Chilas
Day 03          Chilas-Skardu
Day 04          Skardu
Day 05          Skardu- Arnadu
Day 06          Arnadu- Tsas Chumic
Day 07          Tsas Chumic- Bolocho
Day 08          Bolocho- Spantik Base Camp
Day 09-24     Climbing Days
Day 25          Spantik Base Camp- Bolocho
Day 26          Trek to Arnadu
Day 27          Drive to Skardu
Day 28          Flight to Islamabad or drive to Chilas
Day 29          Chilas-Islamabad
Day 30          Reserve day
Day 31          Home bound Flight

Lobuche peak

Altitude: 7027m

Base Camp Altitude:3500m

Location: Haramosh Glacier

Range: Karakoram

Ideal Duration: 31 Days

No of Camps Required:04

We can run this expedition on demand for small groups. Contact us to discuss your requirements.