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Expeditions launched by

Alpine Club of Pakistan

Year

Name of the Expedition

Peak with Height

Remarks

1974

Pak-American Expedition of Mt. Paiju

Mt. Paiju (6700 m)

Unsuccessful
Leader: Nicholas B. Clinch
Mr. Momin Hamid died in an accident on the mountain

1976

Services Expedition to Mt. Paiju. (first all Pakistani ACP expedition

Mt. Paiju (6700 m)

Successful: Three ACP members reached the Summit. It was First International ascent of the peak.
Leader: Maj. Manzoor Hussain. Summiteers: Mr. Nazir A. Sabir, Maj Manzoor Hussain and Bashir Ahmad

1977

Pak-Japanese Expedition to K-2

K-2 (8611 m)

Successful: First Pakistani ascent. ACP member Mr. Ashraf Aman became the first proud Pakistani to stand on the K-2 summit.
Leader: Ishuru Sushizawa

1978

Pak-Japanese Expedition to Passu Peak

Passu Peak main (7440 m)

Successful: Two ACP member reached the summit. First International ascent of the peak.
Leader: Capt Chitoshi Ando
Pakistani Leader: Maj Manzoor Hussain
Pakistani Summitteers: Capt Sher Khan
Capt Inayat Wali

1979

Pak-Polish Expedition to Rakaposhi

Rakaposhi Peak (7878 m)

Successful: First Pakistani ascent
Leader: Capt Sher Khan
Pakistan Summitter: Capt Sher Khan

1981

Pak-Japanese Expedition to K-2

K-2 (8611 m)

Successful: Nazir Sabir became the second Pakistani to reach K-2 summit.
Leader: Tiru Matsura

1982

Italian-Pakistan Expedition to Broad Peak

Broad Peak (8047 m)

Successful
Leader: Reinhold Messener
Summitters: Reinhold Messener, Nazir Sabir and Capt Sher Khan

1982

Italian-Pakistan Expedition to Gasherbrum II

Gasherbrum II (8035 m)

Successful.
Leader: Reinhold Messener
Summiteers: Reinhold Messener, Nazir Sabir, Capt Sher Khan

1982

Pak-French Expedition to Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat (8125 m)

Successful.
Leader: Piere Moseu

1983

Pak-Austrian Expedition to Nanga

Nanga Parbat (8125 m)

Unsuccessful.
Leader: George Schaller

1984

Pak-Austrian Expedition to Yakshun Gardan

Yakshun Gardan (7500 m)

Unsuccessful

1984

Pak-Japanese Expedition to Yakshun Gardan

Yakshun Gardan (7500 m)

Successful. First Pakistani ascent.
Leader: Kinshiro Otaki
Pakistani Summitter: Maj Sher Khan

1984

Pak-Britain Expedition to Karun Koh

Karun Koh (7350 m)

Unsuccessful

1985

Pak-Polish Expedition

Ultar Sar (7385 m)

Unsuccessful

1985

International Marathon to Ultar Sar

From Dassu to Askole (Skardu)

 

1986

Pak-Japanese Expedition to Ultar Sar

Ultar Sar (7385 m)

Unsuccessful

1987

Pak-Japanese K-2

K-2 (8611 m)

Unsuccessful

1994

Pak-American Polish Expedition to K-2

Mt. K-2 (8611 m)

Unsuccessful

1996

ACP Passu Expedition

Passu Peak (7284 m)

Successful with record number of 15 Pakistani reaching the Summit.
Leader: Lt. Col (R) Manzoor Hussain
Summiteers included Rajab Shah, Meherban Shah, Saad Tariq Siddiqi, Faiz Ali & others

1997

First Pakistan Everest Expedition (North col side in Tibet, China)

Mt. Everest (8848 m)

Unsuccessful.
Leader: Mr. Nazir Sabir
Dy. Leader: Lt. Col. Sher Khan
Members: Rajab Shah
Meherban Shah, Capt. M. Iqbal, Capt. Dr. Safiullah, M. Ibrahim, Rozi Ali, M. Sarwar and Ghulam Hassan

1997

First China-Pakistan Nanga Parbat Expedition

Nanga Parbat (8125 m)

Successful. Summit party included six Chinese and two ACP members
Leader: Sam Druk
Dy. Leader: Saad Tariq Siddiqi
Pakistani Summiteers: Mohammadullah, Aziz Beg

1997

ACP BMW Kieshek Peak Expedition

 Kieshek Peak (6100 m)

Successful.
Leader: M. A. H. Muzaffar Faizi

1998

ACP FUCHS Spantik Peak Expedition

Spantik Peak (7200 m)

Successful.
Leader: Saad Tariq Siddiqi
Summiteers: M. Zubair Farooqi, Rehmatullah Qureshi, Nisar Hussain

1999

First Pakistan ACP Winter Expedition to Pir Peak (Shimshal)

Pir Peak (6363 m)

Successful.
Leader: Mohammad Nasir Awan
Summiteers: Ali Musa, Aman Khan, Rehmat Ali, Shumbi Khan and others

2001

China Pakistan Joint Broad Peak Expedition

Broad Peak (8047-M)

Successful:
Leader: Mr. Sam Drug. Six Chinese and two Pakistani members reached summit.
Pak Summiteers: Rehmat Ullah Qureshi. Qurban Muhammad.

2002

China Pakistan Joint K-2 Expedition

K-2 (8611 m)

Unsuccessful
Leader: Mr. Sam Drug
China Tibet Members – 12
Pakistani Members – 02
Capt. Muhammad Iqbal Khan met fatal accident and died at Camp II

2004

China Pakistan Joint K-2 Expedtion

K-2 (8611 m)

Successful
Leader: Mr. Sam Drug
Six Chinese and two Pakistani reached summit.
Pak Summiteers: Muhammad Hussain and Nisar Hussain

2005

China Pakistan Joint G-I Expedition

Gasherbrum-I (8068 m)

Unsuccessful
Leader: Mr. Sam Drug
Abandoned due to accident / death of Chinese climber Mr. Rena near Skardu

2006

Pakistan Gasherbrum-II Expedition

Gasherbrum-II (8035 m)

Unsuccessful
Leader: Lt. Col. Amjad Wali
Six Army and Three ACP members

2007

China Pakistan Joint G-I Expedition

Gasherbrum-I (8068 m)

Successful
Leader: Mr. Sam Drug
Summiteers: 1. Tse Ring Dorji. 2. Ben Ba Drashi. 3. Loze. 4. Ban Ba Dhundrup. 5. Bian Ba Zha XI. 6. Suo Lang Zha XI. 7. Ms. Ji Ji. 8. Nisar Hussain. 9. Muhammad Nazir. 10 Fida Muhammad.

2007

Serbia Pakistan Joint Broad Peak Expedition

Broad Peak (8047 m)

Successful:
Leader: Milivoj Erdeljan
1. Dren Mandic. 2. Iso Planic. 3. Hassan Sadpara. 4. Muhammad Sadiq

2011

Pakistan Mt Everest Expedition

Mt Everest (8850 m) South side situated in Nepal

Successful:

1.Leader/Manager Mr Muhammad Ali Changezi, Vice President ACP    
2.Mr Hassan Sadpara –(Second Pakistani to climb all 8000 m high peaks in Pakistan)
3. Mr. Muhammad Sadiq (climber of four Pakistani peaks rising above 8000 metres).
4. Mr. Ghulam Muhammad Faisal – Asst Manager and support member