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Nanga Parbat (50 Days)

Mi Mingma sherpa and Brother Chhang Dawa sherpa Summit Nanga Parbat 2010
Mi Mingma sherpa and Brother Chhang Dawa sherpa Summit Nanga Parbat 2010
Nanga Parbat - 8125m, located in the Northern Areas of Pakistan and is the Western bastion of the Himalaya.
Nanga Parbat - 8125m, located in the Northern Areas of Pakistan and is the Western bastion of the Himalaya.
Nanga Parbat is located in the Northern Areas of Pakistan and is the Western bastion of the Himalaya. It is the nineth highest mountain in the world and the second highest in Pakistan after K2. Steeped in a history matched by few others in Asia it has staged some of the greatest Himalayan ascents of all time. From Hermann Buhl’s solo first ascent in 1953 via the Upper North ridge to Gunther and Reinhold Messner’s first ascent of the Rupal Face in 1970 via the South South East Spur, Messner’s solo climb of the Diamir Face in 1978, and more recently Vince Anderson and Steve House’s Alpine-style ascent of the Central Pillar of the Rupal Face. These epic climbs continue to inspire climbers to attempt yearly what is considered to be the second hardest 8000m mountain after K2.

Nanga Parbat is a truly awesome spectacle. The south face is the largest in the world extending over four kilometres above base camp. To date there have only been five ascents from the south. Nanga Parbat means "Naked Mountain" in Hindi/Urdu and is with reference to the south face's exposed rock buttresses. The north face is equally intimidating. In contrast to the south face’s steep rock and ice the snowy north face is guarded by a broad barrier of seracs that extend the width of the mountain. Climbers before the Second World War were convinced that the only way to climb the mountain was from the north via a long arc extending over Rakhiot Peak (7010m), between the two summits of Silberzacken and finally to the summit of Nanga Parbat thereby avoiding a more direct ascent of the north face. The route was dangerously prone to avalanche and exposed to bad weather. 31 people died attempting to climb the mountain leading to it acquiring the infamous name of the “Killer Mountain".

Nowadays it is not such a killer and there are other peaks that could inherit the nickname (eg Ultar or Batura I). Hermann Buhl’s summit route has only been repeated once (Slovak, 1971) to this day. His ascent marked only the third 8000m ascent after Annapurna I (1950) and Everest and was the only first summit of all the 8000ers to be done without oxygen and of course solo. Most attempts nowadays are via the Westerly Diamir face which is generally considered to be the easiest and safest with the Kinshofer Route the normal route. Nanga Parbat as of 2005, had received 263 ascents by 261 individuals (Messner and SP Member Qudrat Ali have climbed it twice) at a price of 62 deaths. Sixteen women have summited the mountain.

Numerous challenging lines still await. The most difficult is an ascent of Nanga Parbat via the unclimbed Mazeno Ridge which constitutes the longest ridge in the world. A number of expeditions have made ‘attempts’ on the mountain during winter but to no avail.
Country: -› Pakistan
Duration: -› 50 Days
Min. Altitude: -› (0m./0ft.)
Max. Altitude: -› (8125m./26657ft.)
Walking Per Day: -› Approximately 5-6hrs
Nature: -› Camping
Grade: -› Hard
Best Season: -› March-May.
Price Per Person: -› 18000
Day 01 slamabad: (18 June 2016)
          Arrive Islamabad. Welcome reception at Alpine Club of Pakistan.

Day 02
   Islamabad:
          Briefing at the Ministry of Tourism.

Day 03
   Chilas:
          Drive by coach to Chilas (480km) on Karakoram Highway.

Day 04-05:
   Drive to Halale by jeep and trek to Diamori B.C.

Day 06–45:  
 40 days for acclimatization and climbing.

Day 46-47:
   Trek down to Halale and drive by jeep to Chilas.

Day 48 
  Islamabad:
               Drive on KKH to Islamabad. Overnight at hotel.

Day 49:
   Farewell meeting at Alpine Club of Pakistan.

Day 50  
Fly out:
              Transfer to airport for your return homebound flight

Nanga Parbat (8125m)
Name of Group: Seven Summit Nang Parbat  expedition 2016 summer
For: Expedition Cost: Full Board Cost :$18,000.00                  
                           
Price Includes:  
                        
(01) Arrival & Departure :
Airport transfers-Airport/Hotel/Airport   
          
(02) Hotel In Islamabad :
4 nights in Islamabad  4 star Hotel on bed & breakfast Basis-Double Room      
 
               
(03) Member transportion :
Islamabad –Chilas   by bus, Chilas  to halale  by jeep,Halale to Chilas by jeep and Chilas   to Islamabad (by  bus )  Member and Staff.

(04) Transportation: Necessary all equipment Transportation  for all Member and Staffs  From Islamabad –to chilas by bus chilas to  halale(by jeep) –Base camp(by Porters)- base camp to halale(by porters) Halale  to chilas (by jeep) chilas to Islamabad by bus
                      

(05) Permit :
Nanga parbat  expedition permit , National park fees .
             
(06) Garbage Management :Stool Shipment Transfer & Garbage Deposit fees 

(07) Lodging & Fooding : Food 3 meals a day in Trekking & Base camp for member & Staffs   
 

(08) Cargo Clearance : International Air cargo clearance of Member Personal Luggage & Payment of Government taxes 

(09) Liaison Officer : 1 Government Liaison officer with full equipment, salary ,accommodation .
                      

(10) Base Camp Staff :
 Base camp Cook &  Kitchen Helper
               
       
(11) Porter :
Porters per member up to Base camp & Porters return from Base camp 

 (12) Staff Salary and allowance : All  staffs & porters daily wages, equipment, food & clothing
                       

(13) Insurance :
All Staffs Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance 
 
                   
(14) Member Luggage :
60 Kg per member for personal baggage
  
                     
(15) Base Tent :
VE25 North face or Kailas  tents for base camp for per member  
   
                  
(16) Base Base equipment : Base camp foam mattresses, dinning, Kitchen, Toilet & Store tents, hot shower, Tables & chairs & Cooking gears

(17) Heater : Heater for base camp in each Dining and other necessary camp

(18) Light : 1 Solar panel for battery charge and light at base camp for use.
 

(19) Dinner:  one Farewell Dinner in tourist standard restaurant in Islamabad   with  Staff

  (01-19) Base camp service

(20) Oxygen: (O2)-Poisk cylinder: 02 oxygen bottle  for each member and 01 oxygen bottle for each high altitude Sherpa

               
(21) Mask & Regulator :
1 Set of top Out mask for each member and high altitude Sherpa
 
(22) Permit : Satellite Phone /walkie talkie    Phone if necessary in basis of Member
                 

(23) High Altitude Climbing Sherpa:
1 Climbing Sherpa per member  and Climbing Bonus U$ 
                    

(24) High camp service  :
Necessary cooking gas,  cooking pot  for member, high altitude  tent, high food  and fixing gear  (C1) (C2) (C3) (C4) 

   (01-24) full board service


Price Excludes:
   
                       
(01) Lunch & Dinner:
Lunch & dinner in Islamabad Hotel stay and more then 4 nights in Islamabad Hotel 
                      

(02) Insurance :
Travel and high altitude insurance ,accident, medical & emergency evacuation  
                    

(03) Personal Expenses: T
elephone, Internet,  Laundry, any Alcoholic beverages, personal equipment and shopping  
                     

(04) Pakistan's
Visa: Pakistan visa should take into your home country or should take visa and pays fees upon arrival as per the rules and regulation of Pakistan Government.
                    

(05) Sherpa summit Bonus & Tips :
Sherpa Summit bonus US$1000 , please  calculate some tips    
                                         

(06) Rescue Evacuation :
Emergency rescue evacuation cost, if needed and all other personal nature expenses                       

 

Member personal equipment
 S/No Particular Qty
(1) Down suits (dangri) 1
(2) Summit shoe 1
(3) Walking shoe 1
(4) Crampon 1
(5) Summit Glove (Mitten) 1
(6) Normal gloves 2
(7) Summit Snow goggles 1
(8) Glacier glasses 1
(9) Ice axe 1
(10) Harness 1
(11) jumer 1
(12) Carabiners (normal) 3
(13) Sleeping bag (-40C) 1
(14) Down filled Mattress 1
(15) Summit socks 2
(16) Normal socks 3
(17) Climbing bag (40 ltr) 1
(18) Helmet 1
(19) Down jacket 1
(20) Down trouser 1
(21) 8 finger / descender 1
(22) Headlamp (Icon or Spot) 1
(23) Gore-tex jacket 1
(24) Gore-tex trouser 1
(25) Fleece jacket 1
(26) Fleece trouser 1
(27) Fleece liner gloves 3
(28) Screw Gate Carabiner 1
(29) Balaclava (windstopper) 1
(30) Thermos bottle 1
(31) Base layer (woolen) 2 (set)
(32) Water bottle normal 1

Climbing Gears

S/No Particular
(1) Ice crews
(2) Fix rope
(3) snow bars
(4) EPI gas
(5) Rock piton
(6) Carabiners (normal)
(7) High tent
(8) Summit rope
(9) Cooking pot
(10) Snow shovel
(12) Ice hammer / adge (set)
(13) Member high food
(14) Oxygen
(15) Mask & regulator
(16) Quick Draws

EXPEDITION TO MT. NANGA PARBAT

 

2010:

In 2010 Mr.  Mingma Sherpa , Managing Director of Our Agency, Chhang Dawa Sherpa , Mr. Azim from Iran and 3 Korean Summit Nanga Parbat. There was no any accident during this expedition.

 

2013:

In 2013 we had organized expedition to Mt. Nanga Parbat. The name of the expedition was “Seven Summit International Nanga Parbat Expedition - 2013”. There were 15 climbing members and 9 climbing Sherpa. There occurred very bad accident. Our Chinese leader Mr. Yang Chung Feng along with other 2 Chinese and our one of the climbing Sherpa Mr. Sona Sherpa of Solukhumbu, Nepal had been killed by Taliban Terrorists at the base Camp of Nanga Parbat. This was very sad incident that it had never occurred in the history of World. It was our turning point as we lost our very good friend Mr. Yang and Jeff Rao. The other remaining members and Sherpa were in Camp – 2 of Nanga Parbat during that time. The Taliban Terrorist had reached to the base camp of Nanga tentatively at 7 – 8 O’clock in the evening and killed 11 people around 10 o’clock in the night. They had been fired with Gun and their valuable belongings like dollar and mobile set had been taken by Taliban. Two of our Sherpa Mr. Mingma Dorchi Sherpa and Pemba Dorchi Sherpa were returning back to Base Camp during that time and they were very near to reach to the camp. They were able to save their life because of one of the Pakistani staff of the team. The news of this incident had been passed to us by our active climbing member Mr. Tunc Findik of Turkey and by some of our Sherpa through Satellite phone during night time. And we passed the news to our representative to Pakistan. In the morning the other remaining climbing members and Sherpa were safely brought back to Islamabad with the help of Pakistani Army.

Map

Map of Nanga Parbat
maginelle stef From belgium
belgian gasherbrum expe 2013 was supported by SST and Arnold Coster. thanks guys for your profession...
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