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EXPLORE – Thui Ann Pass Yasin Trek Hindukush

  • Trek Reference:               EKK/HK-01
  • Grade:                                   B(C)
  • Duration of Trek             20 Days
  • Camping Days:                13
  • Glaciers:                              Thui Ann, Gazin
  • Mountain Range:            Hindukush
  • Season:                                June to September
  • Maximum Elevation:  4270-M


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.

Itinerary Gilgit to Chitral (can be vice versa):

  • Day 1 Islamabad
  • Day 2 Islamabad/Gilgit
  • Day 3 Gilgit/Nialti
  • Day 4 Nialti/Musuk D
  • ay 5 Musuk/Shotaling
  • Day 6 Shotaling/Thui Ann Pass (4270 Mt)
  • Day 7 Thu Ann Pass (4270 Mt) Day 8 Thui Ann Pass/Gazin
  • Day 9 Gazin/Dobargar
  • Day 10 Dobar Gar/Lesht
  • Day 11 Lesht/Shost
  • Day 12 Shost/Ishpro Dok
  • Day 13 Ishpru Dok/Shah Jinali Pass
  • Day 14 Shah Jinali Pass/Shah Jinali Village
  • Day 15 Shah Jinali Village/Shah Gram/Phurgram
  • Day 16 Phurgram/ Chitral
  • Day 17 Chitral/Bumburet/Chitral
  • Day 18 Chitral/Mingora (Swat)
  • Day 19 Swat/Islamabad
  • Day 20 Fly To Onward Destinations


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