Key information: Concordia Trek
- A difficult, gruelling trek, much of it on tricky glaciers, to the great glacier junction at Concordia, under K2, the world's second highest peak.
- Some of the finest scenery anywhere an astonishing array of vast peaks and achingly beautiful spires, seen from the vast Gondokoro and Baltoro Glaciers.
- This is a very tough trek on glaciers in high, remote mountains, on which you will have to be self sufficient and where altitude can kill. Glacier experience is required.
- Walkopedia rating84
- Natural interest19
- Human interest2
- Negative points12
- Total rating84
- Length: 20 days
- Maximum Altitude: 5,585m
- Level of Difficulty: Very Difficult
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