Broad PeakBroad Peak, locally known as Falchan Kangri is the 12th highest peak with its height 8047m.It is regarded to be the easiest mountain in Pakistan among 8000m peaks.  Most of the climbers use Broad peak as acclimating mountain for K2 because the way from Broad peak base camp to K2 base camp is just around 1 and half hours.The first ascent of Broad Peak was made on June 9, 1957 by an Austrian team lead by Marcus Schmuck and his team including Fritz Wintersteller, Kurt Diemberger, and Hermann Buhl.Te team mad the summit of Broad peak without use of Oxygen.



Altitude:8047 m, 26,414 feet
Position:12th Highest mountain
First ascent:June 9, 1957 by Hermann Buhl, Kurt Diemberger, Marcus Schmuck and Fritz Wintersteller

Death Rate after summit: 5.17%
Facts: It is considered as one of the easiest among 8000m but it sometimes give big surprises by avalanche. It is straight forward climb. Rocky sections close to false summit creates troubles in reaching the summit. 


 Imagine Nepal owner Mingma G and team on Broad Peak summit on 22-July-2018

Quick Look

Quick Look:-

Expedition Name:     Imagine Nepal Broad Peak Expedition 2021

Mountain:               Broad Peak, 8047m

Country:                 Pakistan

Time:                     June 15 to July 30 (Predicted time)

Capacity:               10 foreign climbers max.

Booking:               Till 05th May 2021

Leader:                 Mingma G

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Price:    25,500/- USD per person with Sherpa from Nepal

                17,500/- USD per person with Sherpa from Pakistan



Day 01:            Arrival in Islamabad Meet Everyone (Both foreigners and Nepali sherpa)

Day 02:            Briefing at Ministry of Tourism

Day 03:            Flight Islamabad to Skardu (In case of flight cancellation due to bad weather then we need to drive to Chilas on same day)

Day 04:           Drive chilas to Skardu

Day 05:           Drive Skardu-Askoli by jeep around (6hrs)

Day 06:           Trek Askoli-Jula (6-7hrs)

Day 07:           Trek Jula-Paiju (6-7hrs)

Day 08:           Rest day in Paiju

Day 09:           Trek Paiju-Urdukus (7hrs)

Day 10:           Trek Urdukus-Goro-II (5hrs)

Day 11:           Trek Goro-II to Concordia (4-5hrs)

Day 12:          Trek Goro-II- Broad peak Base Camp

Day 13-34:       Climbing Period

Day 35:           Trek B.C-Goro-II (6-7hrs)

Day 36:           Trek Goro-II-Khuburche (7-8hrs)

Day 37:           Trek Khuburche to Jhula (7hrs)

Day 38:           Trek to Askoli (6-7hrs)

Day 39:           Drive Askoli-Skardu

Day 40:           Flight to Islamabad

                      (In case of flight cancellation due to bad weather then we need to drive to Chilas)

Day 41:           Drive Chilas-Islamabad

Day 42:           Free day and dinner party together

Day 43:           Departure to respected countries


Note: The flight between Islamabad and Skardu depends on weather condition. In case of cancellation due to bad weather can affect the confirmed reservation son need to drive to Chilas on same day.


Cost Includes

Cost Includes:-

  1. Broad Peak Climbing Permit and other required permit of both member and personnel Sherpa
  2. Liaison Officer Fee
  3. 1member: 1climbing Sherpa from Nepal
  4. Oxygen (2 cylinders to climbing member and 1 for climbing Sherpa)
  5. All the service and Airfare of Sherpa from Nepal
  6. Latest Mask Regulator Set (TopOut mask)
  7. Staff insurance (climbing Sherpa, Kitchen staff and porters)
  8. Allowance for Sherpa & other staffs
  9. Lodging & Fooding during trekking and Expedition
  10. 2ways Flight Ticket: Islamabadh – Skardu- Islamabadh
  11. Transfer in Pakistan
  12. Hotel in Pakistan on BB plan (Bed and Breakfast)
  13. Group climbing gear (rope, ice crew, snow bar, Epi gas, cooking pots and others)
  14. Tents and food in Base camp and High camps.
  15. Kitchen Staffs at Base camp
  16. Porter to BC & back
  17. Solar set at Base camp
  18. Generator (for charging high voltage electronic devices)
  19. Communication (walkie-talkie)
  20. Weather Report
  21. Satellite phone service with fixed calling charge

Cost Excludes


Cost Excludes:-

  1. International Airfare
  2. Summit Bonus to personnel climbing Sherpa of 1000/-USD
  3. Member’s Personal climbing equipments.
  4. Personal climbing Insurance
  5. Lunch, Dinner & Drink in Islamabadh.
  6. Pakistan Visa fee
  7. Helicopter Rescue if needed
  8. Alcoholic drinks
  9. Tips to Staffs if you like.




1.    Passport
2.    Money, Traveler’s Cheques and Credit cards
3.    Personal Travel Insurance

1.    Sunglass Normal-1
2.    Casual Clothing for travel and Kathmandu-1set
3.    Polypropylene shirt or T-Shirt-4-5
4.    Warm fleece inner-2
5.    Fleece jacket    -1
6.     Wind Jacket-1
7.    Down suit-1
8.    Down Jacket-1
9.    Down pant-1
10.    Light weight trouser-1
11.    Heavy weight trousers
12.    Fleece trouser-1
13.    Wind pants-1
14.    Polypropylene long Jons-1
15.    Underwear-5
16.    Light weight-1
17.    Light weight gloves-1
18.    Down Mitts-1
19.    Heavy mitts-1
20.    Ski Gloves-1
21.    Sun Hat-1
22.    Warm Hat-1
23.    Headband/buff-1
24.    Light weight walking shocks-6
25.    Climbing shocks-4
26.    Rain coat or Umbrella for trekking-1

1.    Climbing Boots-1
2.   Plastic/leather boots-1
3.    Trekking boots-1
4.    Gaiter-1

1.     Sun and-1
2.     lip care -1
3.    Personal first aid kit-1
4.    Repair kit like (needle, threat) 
5.    Reading materials 
6.    Diary and Writing material
7.    Camera/video camera

8. Sanitary kids for women 

1.    Harness-1
2.    Unlock karabiners -3
3.    Screw/lock karabiners-3
4.    Descender/fig.8/-1
5.    Ascender/Jumor-1
6.    Tape slings-2
7.    Set prussic loops-2
8.    Ice Axe- 1
9.    Retractable poles- 1 set
10.    Crampons-1
11.    Helmet-1
12.    Head Lamp-2
13.    Batteries- 4sets/4times changeable 
14.    Sunglass with UV rays protection-1
15.    Googles-1
16.    Water bottle-1
17.    Pee Bottle-1
18.    Ruck sack- 45-55ltr -1SLEEPING
Sleeping Bag (30°c)-1or 2
Thermarest mat-1


2019: Mr Phur GAllen Sherpa, Mr Pemba Tshering Sherpa, Mr Hari Thomas Mix from USA, Mr Tobias Schwab from Germany and Mr Sirbaz Khan from Pakistan made Summit on 12th July 2019 at 2pm. Mr Hari made it without use of oxygen as his first 8000m peak


2018: Mr Liu YongZhong (China), Ms Dong Hong Juan (China), Mr Mingma G, Mr Tamting and Mr Phur Gyalje Sherpa made Broad peak summit on 22nd July 2018,

2017: Imagine Nepal started organizing Broad Peak since 2017.

1.Kari Roastad became first Norwegian on Broad Peak on 27th July 

2.John Snorri became first Icelandic, Ali Reza made twice(on 27july and 4aug), Dawa Gyalje Sherpa, Tsering pemba Sherpa, Mingma Nuru sherpa, Ngima Norbu Sherpa( both K2 and Broad peak without oxygen).



Note: Itinerary can be changes as per clients' wish and weather condition.

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Imagine Nepal on Broad Peak summit in 2019-July-12



  Broad Peak summit in 2017-August-04