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This is a highly rewarding trek that takes you to the Basecamp Gondogoro. The mountain range is Karakorums. You will be trekking form 600 meters to maximum height of 4680 meters. The best season to trek is from June to September
Chitral forms Pakistan's norht-western border with Afghanistan, and is home to the precipitous (very steep) mountains of the Hindukush. This range is different from the Himalaya and Karakorums and since there are no 8000m peaks here, it is not as well known. However, Tirich Mir at 7708m and its accompanying peaks command respect. Alexander the great troops had to battle through the snows on their passage from Afghanistan to Pakistan. Additionally, a route of the silk road wound through the Boroghil Pass in Upper Chitral. Presently Chitralis are mostly muslims, but in the south of Chitral there are three valleys inhabited by the Kafir Kalash. Chitral is considered to be the pinnacle of the Hindu Kush region. The highest peaks, as well as countless passes and massive glaciers are located in this region.
Nanga Parbat complex has several routes but the famous treks are Rupal valley, Fairy Meadows and the around Nanga Parbat. In the west seen from the Karakoram Highway, the scenery is just as overwhelming, even though the ramparts here slopes rather than plunge down. Wherever the Indus Valley broadens out it dominates the horizon. For sheer size Nanga Parbat is almost without equal, not a single peak but in fact, an entire massif culminating in an ice summit 8125 meter high. The rumpled flanks of its subservient attendants climb up out of the Indus Valley and there, beyond the blue-grey whaleback ridges, ringed by a halo cloud, rises its long ridge. Of all the great mountains that form the great mountain ranges of Himalayas, Karakoram and Hindukush it is the most frequently seen.
Kilik & Mintika two historic passes on the Pakistani border with china. Foreigners were not allowed to visit the Area but now it is open since 1999.It is a beautiful valley springs and trees are abundant there and the campsites are grassy. For more the 1000 years Kilik&Mntika were the old Silk Route primary passes between china and Hunza and today again these border valley are attached for foreigners.
DescriptionNanga Parbat at 8,125 meters is the 2nd highest Peak for Pakistan and the 9th highest in the world. It also forms the western end of Himalayan range, meeting Karakorum & Hindukush ranges by Indus river. The Raikot face of Nanga Parbat offers excellent area for a first trek in this mighty play-ground of mountaineers. The trek offers plenty of flexibility, as we stay at Fairy Meadows for three nights - taking excursions to Nanga Parbat’s base camp and also some interesting walks around Fairy Meadows with commanding views. Those who prefer a quite relaxing day could stay at camp and get mesmerized by the views.
Centaurus, Daman-e-Koh, Islamabad Zoo,Lok Virsa Museum, Margalla Hills,Murree Hills,National, Herbarium Islamabad, National Monument Islamabad, National Museum of Natural History,Neela, Sandh,Nilan Bhotu,Pak-China Friendship Centre. Pir Sohawa,Rawal Lake,Shahdara Village, Shakarparian
Rakaposhi (7788m) is one of the most beautiful peak and the world’s 29th highest mountain. It dominates the horizon and watches over the Karakoram Highway as you travel from Gilgit to Hunza. The peak is surrounded by famous glaciers and valleys like Bagrot, Minapin and Jaglot.There are several approaches to Rakaposhi. Its Northwestern Peak (6858m) was first reached by Campbell Secord and Vyvyan in 1938 via Jaglot route. The leader Captain Bank and Lieutenant T.W. Patey of the British Royal Navy climbed the peak. The Ghulmet route is a hot and dry ascent up the ridge between the Ghulmet and Pisan Glaciers. The most scenic approach to Rakaposhi BC is from Minapin to Tagafari and Kacheli. This route goes through thick forests, pastures, and green valleys. In this expedition we will take the Jaglot Nullah route to the base camp for attempting the peak
This trek is moderate one except the last stage over the pass. It can be arranged easily by jeep also, up to Jungle where one can trek slowly to the pass, which is the trickiest section of the journey. The valleys and mountains present spectacular view of the Hindu Raj range.
"The world’s greatest museum of shape and form" is how Italian mountaineer/author Fosco Maraini described Concordia in his book, Karakoram. In Concordia, six peaks over 7925m rise to touch the heavens, including K2 (8611m) the second highest mountain on earth.After visiting Islamabad, we fly to Skardu and then drive to the trail head and meet our colourful expedition porters, sturdy mountain men. As we trek up to this other-worldly place we enter a remarkable wilderness of ice, rock and sky. By the time we reach Paiju Camp at the foot of the Baltoro Glacier, we begin to feel the pulse of creation: the melting ice, rolling rocks, the creaking and groaning of the glacier as it rearranges its icy rivers.When we reach Concordia we will be rewarded with the most incredible
A specially designed trip to the remote wilderness in Eastern Baltistan. An easy trek to the foot of the majestic Masherbrum (7821m) towering over Hushe Valley with a free day for excellent views and local explores.
Chitral Gol National Park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1979 and a National Park in 1984. This 7750-hectare area lies just west of the Town of Chitral, encompassing the watershed of Chitral Gol.Chitral Gol National Park is surrounded by high Hindukush peaks and is a habitat of a number of wildlife like: Kashmir Markhor, Ibex, Snow Leopard, Lynx, Chakor, Ram Chakor, Pheasant and a large variety of birds and wild animals. National bird of Pakistan, Chakor, National animal, Markhor and National Tree, Diyar are also found in Chitral Gol National Park.