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3-Day Patundas Trek in Upper Hunza, Pakistan


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Nestled within the majestic peaks of Upper Hunza lies a remarkable plateau, cradled between two vast glaciers. While Patundas is essentially a pastoral meadow, its allure extends far beyond. Bordered by the imposing Passu Glacier on one side and the grand Batura Glacier on the other, Patundas presents some of Pakistan’s most breathtaking glacier panoramas.

  • Arcteryx BETA AR Rain Jacket
  • Salomon X Ultra 3 Mid GTX Hiking Boots
  • Black Diamond Head Torch
  • Darn Tough Socks
  • Osprey Atmos AG 65L Backpack
  • Black Diamond Trekking Poles
  • Grayl GeoPress Water Filter Bottle.

Altitude: Varies based on a specific location.


Participants arrive in the enchanting Upper Hunza Valley. After settling in, an introductory briefing about the trek will be provided. The rest of the day is free to acclimatize and explore the nearby surroundings. Overnight stay in a local guesthouse or campsite.

Altitude: Approximately 3,700 m


Begin the trek early morning towards the Patundas Base Camp. The trail offers mesmerizing views of the surrounding peaks and the Hunza River winding below. As you ascend, the landscape transitions from lush green meadows to rocky terrains. By afternoon, reach the Patundas Base Camp. Set up camp, rest, and enjoy the serene mountain ambience. Overnight camping.

Wake up early to witness a breathtaking sunrise over the surrounding peaks. After breakfast, begin the descent back to the starting point. The return journey allows for a different perspective of the landscape. Upon reaching the endpoint, bid farewell to the majestic Upper Hunza Valley.

Note: This itinerary is a basic outline and can be customized based on specific requirements, fitness levels, and other preferences. It’s always recommended to consult with local guides or trekking agencies familiar with the region for a tailored experience and to ensure safety.


  • Camping site fees.
  • Trekking logistics, including tents, communal equipment, and tools.
  • Dedicated support staff, including a cook and assistants.
  • Porters for both trekking and personal luggage up to 12.5kg.


Not Included for Foreign Travelers:

  • Travel insurance (recommendations available).
  • International flight tickets.
  • Personal trekking gear (e.g., warm clothing, hiking boots).
  • Tips for guides, porters, and other staff.
  • Miscellaneous expenses like beverages, phone calls, laundry, and souvenirs.