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Batura Trek

Passu upper Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan

15 days 14 nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

16 people




Batura valley along the Batura glacier is well known for its summer herds and the best touristy spot. The Panoramic views of the Batura ranges with its ice flow and the Tibetan style of shepherds, huts attract hundreds of tourist every year. Batura Glacier (57 kilometres (35 mi) long, is one of the largest and longest glaciers outside of the polar regions. It lies in the Passu, Gojal region (upper Hunza) of Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan. It is just north of the massifs of Batura Peak, at 7,795 metres (25,574 ft), Shishper Peak at 7611 metres and Passu Peak, at 7,500 metres (24,600 ft). The glacier flows west to east. The lower portions can be described as a grey sea of rocks and gravelly moraine, where roses and juniper trees are common.

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  • Islamabad city tour
  • Drive on Karakorum highway
  • Indus river
  • Junction point of three great mountain ranges
  • Gilgit, Chilas, Naran valley, Mansera, Kohistan valley
  • Attabad Lake, Sacred rocks of Hunza
  • Passu glcaier, Borith Lake, Passu suspension bridge
  • Batura valley, Batura glacier, Yashperth, Gucheasm


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Day 01: Islamabad

Arrival at Islamabad international airport, our guide and driver will meet you upon your arrival at the international arrival or at your location in Islamabad or Rawalpindi, after meeting and greetings by our staff drive to the hotel.

Day 02: Islamabad - Chilas

Drive to Chilas via Karakorum Highway (KKH) or via Naran valley if the babusar pass is open.

Day 03: Chilas - Ghulkin/Gulmit

Drive to Ghulkin/Gulmit on Karakorum Highway, en-route stop at viewpoint of Nanga Parbat 8126m, junction point of three great mountain ranges (Karakorum, Himalaya & Hindu Kush), remains of Old Silk Road and fir lunch at viewpoint of Rakaposhi 7788m. Later drive to the hotel in Ghulkin/Gulmit.

Day 04: Preparation day

Day to prepare for the trek

Day 05: Ghulkin/Gulmit - Yeshperth

Drive to Batura glacier viewpoint and start the trek toward Batura valley, cross the glacier, walk along the moraine for 2 hours, reach and fix the camps for overnight camping at Yeshperth.

Day 06: Yashperth - Kuckhel

Trek along the moraine of Batura glcaier in Batura valley for about 4 hours and reach Kuckhel, anther beautiful campsite on Batura trek

Day 07: Kuckhel - Guchesm

Trek to the last campsite of the trek "Guchesm"

Day 08: Rest day

Day to rest or explore around, visit the beautiful lake.

Day 09: Guchesm - Yashperth

Trek back to Yeshperth

Day 10: Yeshperth - KKH - Ghulkin/Gulmit

Trek back to the Karakorum Highway near batura glacier and drive to the hotel in Ghulkin/Gulmit.

Day 11: Ghulkin/Gulmit/Passu

Day to explore around, visit Gulmit, Ghulkin & Passu glacier, Borith lake, Passu glacier, suspension bridge.

Day 12: Ghulkin/Passu - Karimabad

Drive to Karimabad and explore around, visit Altit fort, Royal garden, Baltit fort and in the evening go to the sunset point at Duiker to see sunset of the beautiful mountains in the surrounding mountains of Hunza and Nagar valley.

Day 13: Karimabad - Naran/Besham

Drive back to Naran/Besham

Day 14: Naran/Besham - Islamabad

Drive back to Islamabad

Day 15: Fly to your destination

Drive back to your destination.


  • Experienced trekking guide
  • Private Transport for road travel from Islamabad to Askole and back
  • Airport transfers
  • Rooms on twin sharing
  • Meals in hotels & during the trek (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • All required trekking permits/documents and fees
  • Visa supporting documents
  • Mess & Sleeping tents, mattress and sleeping bags
  • Expert chef and assistant chef
  • Additional Services
  • Insurance
  • Drinks
  • Entrance Tickets
  • International/domestic air ticket
  • Visa fee

Things to see

Altit Fort
Attabad Lake
Babusar Pass
Baltit Fort
Batura glacier
Batura valley
Borith Lake
Duiker sunset point
Faisal mosque
Ganish village
Ghulkin village
Gilgit Baltistan
Gilgit City
Indus river
Junction point of 3 mountains ranges (Karakoram, Himalaya, Hindu Kush)
Kahgan valley
Karakorum Highway
Khunjerab national park
Khunjerab Pass
Kohistan valley
Ladyfinger peak
Lok Virsa
Lulusar Lake
Mansera city
Margalla hills
Margalla Hills
Misgar valley
Nagar Valley
Nanga Parbat
Ondra poygah
Pakistan Heritage Museum
Pakistan monument
Passu cones
Passu glacier
Passu peak
Passu suspension bridge
Rakaposhi peak
Rakaposhi Viewpoint
remains of ols silk road
Royal garden
Sacreds rocks of Hunza
Saeedpur village
Taxila heritage sites
Taxila museum
Trango Tower
Upper Kachura Lake
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Tour's Location

Passu upper Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan


How hard is Batura valley trek?
This is one of the shortest and easiest trek in Pakistan, recommended for all age people.
How long is the trek to Batura valley trek?
The trek to Batura Valley is 06 days (round trip)
How much does it cost to trek to the Batura Trek?
The cost for Batura trek depends on the size of group, the more member in the group reduces the cost.
What is highest elevation we will go in the trek?
The highest you will go is 3600m above seal level
How cold is it at Batura valley?
Temperatures on the expedition may vary from 0 to 30 degrees during the day and -10 to 10 degrees at night. It's best to be prepared for lower temperatures due to wind chill or the weather turning bad.
What should I bring to Batura trek?
Many of the following items are optional; tailor the list to suit your personal needs.

- Water bottles (two 1-liter or one 1-liter + hydration reservoir)
- Hydration reservoir (2-liter; optional)
- Water bottle insulating sleeves
- Watch with alarm
- Video / still camera
- Spare camera battery and charger
- Spare camera memory card
- Camping pillow
- Camp towel
- Insect repellent
- Pocket knife or multi-tool
- Personal first-aid kit
- Eye shade
- Ear plugs
- Hand and toe warmers
- Cell phone in waterproof case
- Cell phone charging cable
- Local SIM card for cell phone (purchase in Skardu)
- Portable power device (for recharging phone or other electronics)
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