Kilik & Minteka Pass Trek and Misgar Valley

Klik and Minteka passes have long been the viable passages between the Hunza valley in Pakistan and Xinjiang province of China before construction of the KKH over the Khunjerab pass. The Minteka Pass was the primary passage used in ancient time. Due to gradual advancement of glacial ice on Minteka Pass, an alternate route through the nearby Klik Pass located some 30 km to the west, was used by caravans entering from China and Afghanistan. These passes have served as a safe passage way to traders and caravans for more than 1000 years and have long been part of the ancient silk route. The landscape making up this route is lush and rich in with wildlife including ibex, wolf, bear, and marmot.


Fact Sheet:

Duration: 14 nights / 15 days
Ideal Season: June to September
Max Elevation: 4830m
Range: Karakoram
Trip Grade: Moderate
Zone Type: Open



Days Program Overnight
01 Arrive in Islamabad. Hotel
02 Fly to Gilgit or drive to Chilas (in case of flight cancellation). Hotel
03 Drive to Hunza. Hotel
04 Sightseeing in Hunza. Hotel
05 Drive to Misgar and trek to Murkushi Camp
06 Trek to Sad Buldi. Camp
07 Day excursion to Klik Pass Camp
08 Trek back to Murkushi Camp
09 Trek to Gul Khaja Camp
10 Day excursion to Minteka Pass Camp
11 Trek back to Murkushi Camp
12 Trek back to Misgar and drive to Gilgit Hotel
13 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Besham (in case of flight cancellation) Hotel
14 Free day in Islamabad or drive from Besham to Islamabad Hotel
15 Fly homeland N/A

NOTE: This program can also be customized according to the preferences of our clients. For further assistance, please feel free to contact us:

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