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Northern Pakistan has the greatest concentration of the highest peaks of the world. It has 05 peaks over 8,000 metres including the world’s second highest, K-2 (Chogori, 8611 m), 29 peaks of over 7,500 metres and 121 of over 7,000 metres. Hundreds of peaks are still lying un-climbed. This, is a great challenge for the mountaineers and mountain climbers the world over.





All peaks/routes for mountaineering have been designated as open zone or restricted zone. Permits for climbing peaks in open zone, are issued by the Ministry of Tourism, within 24 hours of the receipt of application. However, for peaks/routes in restricted zone, permit is issued within 14 days form the date of receipt of the application in Ministry of Tourism, Government of Pakistan (Operation Section), 1st Floor, Green Trust Towers, Blue Area, Jinnah Avenue, Islamabad. Tel:+92-51-9205768 Fax:+92-51-9201696 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. '; document.write(''); document.write(addy_text90230); document.write('<\/a>'); //-->\n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ). Pakistani Liaison Officer would accompany all mountaineering expeditions. The Government of Pakistan has fixed following rate or royalty for climbing peaks in Pakistan;

 

Sr. # Heights
Heights Royalty in US$ up to 05 Climbers
Additional fee for each additional climber
1 K-2 (8,611 m) 12,000 3,000
2 8,001 - 8,500 m 9,500 3,000
3 7,501 - 8,000 m 4,000 1,000
4 7,001 - 7,500 2,500 500
5 6,000 - 7,000 1,500 300
Note: There is a 50% special discount in Royalty Fee during the year 2007. Moreover, for climbing peaks in winter,
the rate of Royalty will only be 5% of the above rates.

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0 #1 Sami 2012-11-19 18:12
its so beautifull.it is one of those natures of God
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