Home

   Everest 04 Home
   Today's News
  
Banners Ads
   Bookstore
  
Contact

   Downloads
   E-mail (Free)
  
Educational
  
Facts
  
Games
  
Gear
  
History
  
Interviews 
  
Mailing List

   Media

   Medical
  
News (current)
   Sat Phones
   Search Everest 2004
   Speakers
   Readers Guide
   Risks

   Trip Reports
   Visitor Agreement

   Volunteer/help

 

    
  

 

  




  Russian Expedition to Amin Brakk led by Arkady Seregin


Russian Expedition to Amin Brakk led by Arkady Seregin are coming to Pakistan on 15 June, 2004 for 35 days with 8 members to climb Amin Brakk. The other members are Rozon Valeriy, Dorfman Lev, Lifanov Dmitri, Rychkovskiy Andrey, Erofeev Dmitri, Lastochkin Alexander from Russian and Kovalov Sergiy from Ukraine.

Amin Brakk (Great Tower) 5850 meters

Amin Brakk named after a local cook from Spanish expedition its Sol Solet route, a 1650m in length and 22 pitch A5 and 6c+ described by Pep Masip, Miguel Puigdomenech and Silvia Vidal after making their first ascent in 1999. 1100m 32 pitch and British E3 and A3 described by Elfyn Jones, Steve Mayers and Mike.

Amin Brakk base camp lies at an altitude of 4250m, a 1200m wall and gigantic block of granite has got altitude, constant falling of rocks, snow and ice make it an ideal Rock Tower. It is harder then Trango Tower. Amin Brakk a a5 or more first attempted in May 1996 by the Basque climbers. got attraction of rock climber back in 1997. Spanish love this mountain and make several attempt until 1999, they climbed this virgin Tower and name their route as Sol Solat and advertise their success on internet. Czech also climbed this tower and it called Czech route. Since then a huge number of rock lover come to Pakistan and now-a-days more then five to ten expedition each year try their skill.

Amin Brakk is in a open area and below 6000m, you did not need to pay government for peak permit, it is so close to the road you can reach the base camp in a day or two.

But please remember most important thing in an expedition is logistics. If you want to come in an organize way, try our most competitive price and personalize services. Concentrate your time and efforts on climbing this beautiful mountain.

A day or two walk will bring you from Khande Village to a green meadow about 4250m base camp for Amin Brakk.. It has many routes to challenge your skill.

From Islamabad a 24 hours drive will bring you to the gateway of Karakoram mountain Skardu Valley. After making final arrangement another 6-7 hours jeep drive and 1-2 days walk will bring you to the base of Amin Brakk.

We have spare 25 days for climbing from Base Camp and 10 days for Islamabad to base camp and back to Islamabad. No peak permit is require, even no trekking permit is require as it stand in open zone. Just inform us pack your stuff and get ready for life time experience.

Asghar Ali Porik

Managing Director

M/s Jasmine Tours

GPO Box 859, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Tel: 0092-51-5586823 Fax: 0092-51-5584566

email: jtours@apollo.net.pk

web: www.jasminetours.com

 
Altitech2: Digital Altimeter, Barometer, Compass and Thermometer. Time/Date/Alarms. Chronograph with 24 hour working range. Timer with stop, repeat and up function. Rotating Bezel. Leveling bubble. Carabiner latch. E.L. 3 second backlight. Water resistant. 4" x 2-1/4" x 3/4" 2 oz. Requires 1 CR2032 battery. See more here.

 






 

  Altitude pre-
  
acclimatization

   Ascenders

   Atlas snowshoes

   Black Diamond

   Botas

   Brunton

   Carabiners

   CaVa Climbing Shoes
   Clearance

   Clif Bar

   CMI

   Crampons

   Edelweiss ropes
  
Eureka Tents

   Featured

   FoxRiver

   Garmin

   Granite Gear

   Harnesses
   Headlamps
   Helmets

   HighGear
   Ice Axes

   Kavu Eyewear

   Katadyn

   Kong

   Lekisport

   Lowepro

   Motorola

   Nalgene

   New England Ropes

   Nikwax

   Omega

   Outdoor Designs

   Pelican

   PowerBar

   Princeton Tec

   Prescription Glacier

   Glasses

   Primus

   Rope Bags

   Seattle Sports

   Serius
  
Sleeping Bags

   Stubai

   Suunto

   Tents

   Trekking Poles
   Ushba
  
and more here

 

 



  



Send email to     •   Copyright© 1998-2003 EverestNews.com
All rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Disclaimer, Privacy Policy, Visitor Agreement, Legal Notes: Read it