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Supporting the sustainability of adventure tourism in the

Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan.

 
 

About Us

High Altitude Sustainability Pakistan (HASP) was established in 2015 to aid in managing the sustainability of adventure tourism and mountain communities in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. It was formed by a group of committed individuals concerned about unsustainable tourism practices, lack of suitable regulation, and other activities that were beginning to negatively impact the pristine character of the area. Together we hope to contribute to alleviating these trends.

 

HASP aims to support responsible tourism in the region by affecting the entire ecosystem - the people who work on the glaciers and trails as well as the area itself.

Our Work

HASP supports a holistic approach to responsible development of tourism through initiatives that address both the social and environmental aspects of trekking and tourism in the Gilgit-Baltistan.

We do this by focusing on the following key areas:

About Us

High Altitude Sustainability Pakistan (HASP) was established in 2015 to aid in managing the sustainability of adventure tourism and mountain communities in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. It was formed by a group of committed individuals concerned about unsustainable tourism practices, lack of suitable regulation, and other activities that were beginning to negatively impact the pristine character of the area. Together we hope to contribute to alleviating these trends.

 

HASP aims to support responsible tourism in the region by affecting the entire ecosystem - the people who work on the glaciers and trails as well as the area itself.

HASP supports a holistic approach to responsible development of tourism through initiatives that address both the social and environmental aspects of trekking and tourism in the Gilgit-Baltistan.

We do this by focusing on the following key areas:

Our Work

About Us

High Altitude Sustainability Pakistan (HASP) was established in 2015 to aid in managing the sustainability of adventure tourism and mountain communities in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. It was formed by a group of committed individuals concerned about unsustainable tourism practices, lack of suitable regulation, and other activities that were beginning to negatively impact the pristine character of the area. Together we hope to contribute to alleviating these trends.

 

HASP aims to support responsible tourism in the region by affecting the entire ecosystem - the people who work on the glaciers and trails as well as the area itself.

HASP supports a holistic approach to responsible development of tourism through initiatives that address both the social and environmental aspects of trekking and tourism in the Gilgit-Baltistan.

We do this by focusing on the following key areas:

Our Work

Our Team

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Board of Trustees
Management team
Technical and Strategic Advisors
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Board of Trustees
Management team
Technical and Strategic Advisors
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Board of Trustees
Management team
Technical and Strategic Advisors
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Our Team

Joint press conference

November 30, 2017

Join the "Baltoro Sustainability Challenge" 2017 !

June 14, 2017

Second Porter Stakeholder Meeting

March 09, 2016

Launch of The Lyceum School's improvisational comedy troupe, LyProv

January 06, 2016

First Porter Welfare Stakeholder Meeting

September 30, 2015

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High Altitude Sustainability Pakistan

 

33, St 23, F-10/2, Islamabad, Pakistan, 44000.

Phone:0092(0)512293395, 0092(0)3458535392

Email: info@highaltitudesustainability.org

 

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