Deosai Plateau Trek



Maximum Height





4266 m


5 Days

Deosai Plateau is the longest and barren pass in the Himalayan range and also called ‘Roof of the World’. The Deosai is rolling pastureland with rounded hills. In summer it is knee deep in grass and flowers and inhabited by whistling marmots. A treeless wilderness at 4000m, uninhabited and inhospitable in winter, snow-covered for eight months of the year and well-known for its ferocious wind storms - the plateau is nonetheless enchanted on clear August days. It offers smoother walk than the Karakoram.

Day 01: Skardu
After meet and assist at airport we will be transferred to hotel and check in. Afternoon we will go for half day jeep excursion to Shigar Valley. Overnight stay in hotel at Skardu.

Day 02: Skardu - Ali Malik Mar (Deosai Top)
We recommend this trek by jeep as it is about 25 km trudge on foot, however one can make it in 2-3 days if keen on walking. From the Deosai top there are some options to walk.
Altitude: 4000m (Tent)

Day 03: Ali Malik Mar - BuraPani
Morning trekking for BuraPani, one can do a part with jeep if it is difficult. There is a remote chance of seeing one of the Himalayan brown bears.
Walk: 6-7 hours, distance 25 km (Tent)

Day 04: BuraPani - Chilam
You climb gently past the deep blue Sheosar Lake a good camp site, to the top of Chachor Pass (4266m), then down past three villages and herds of horses, mules, yaks and goats to Chilam. A part of this trek doing by jeep is recommended otherwise it may take another day.
Walk: 7-8 hours, distance 30 km (Tent)

Day 05: Chilam - Chilas
Today we will board on jeeps for Chilas via Astore Valley. On arrival transfer to hotel and check in.Overnight stay in hotel at Chilas.
Other option is to go down to via Dari to Kachura from Chilam.

*It is recommended to add Hunza Valley with this tour and for that we can furbish new itinerary up on request.

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