Tirich Mir
Tirich Mir is the highest mountain in the Hindu Kush region. The mountain was first climbed in 1950 by a Norwegian expedition comprised of Arne Nss, P. Kvernberg, H. Berg, and Tony Streather. Tirich Mir overlooks Chitral town. It can easily be seen from the main bazaar. It can also be seen from Afghanistan. According to a local legend, it is impossible to climb it, because of all the Jinns, demons, witches and fairies who live up there. The last village in Chitral before reaching Tirich Mir is Village Tirich. It is located in Mulkow. The people there speak the Khowar language. The residents are available for hire as porters and tourist guides and will lead trekkers part way up the mountain, but there is a point beyond which they will not go.
DAY 01

Arrival at Benazir International Aiport Islamabad ,Transfer to hotel.

Overnight in hotel.

DAY 02
Briefing at Alpine Club of Pakistan Islamabad and same day drive to Chitral. Overnight in hotel.
DAY 03
Final preparation for the Expedition.
DAY 04
Drive to Shagrom (2760meters), overnight in tents.
DAY 05
Trek to Sherniak (3540meters). 5 to 6 hours walk, overnight in tents.
Day-06 to 07

Trek to Shoghor (Biasun). 6 to 7 hours walk, overnight in tents.

DAY 08
Trek to Trich Mir Base Camp (4724 meters). 6 to 7 hours walk, overnight in camp..
Day 09 to 34
Climbing towards summit. Length of climbing period depends on weather, fitness and experience of Climber.
Day35 to Day36
Back to Shagron
DAY 37
Drive to Chitral, overnight in hotel.
DAY 38
Fly back to Islamabad if Unable due to bad weather same day drive to Islamabad.
DAY 39
De-briefing at Alpine Club of Pakistan and transfer to Benazir International Airport for your onward destination.