This take you through the most desirable route from Ishkoman to Yasin and crossing over Darkot pass into Bogorhil valley. The rugged Karakumbar valley lead to some of most scienic places and large alpine meadows used by Wakhi people in Broghil valley. Trek over Darkot Pass the snow-covered, but straightforward Darkot and Ishkuman passes . From each of these high passes, there are magnificent views towards the mountains of the central Karakuram and Hindukush. Offering a diversity of unspoiled landscape and an interesting mix of cultures, this is exploratory travel at its best, where the people we meet are as curious about us as we are about them.
This trek passes mostly through human settlements except the Ovir Pass. Used by the local people for traveling to Chitral. State dissidents and noble princes also used it. The route connects a number of hamlets where one can see local culture. The Zani Pass route has been a well-used one since time immemorial. 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 Hindukush region.
Experience the confluence of the highest mountain ranges of the world: Karakuram, Himalayas and Hindukush. Travel overland on Karakuram Highway through the dramatic, deep gorge of Indus. Spend a few days in Hunza known for longevity of its inhabitants. Passu is the staging ground for popular treks (such as the Batura Glacier, the meadow of Patundas, the winter pasture of Avdegar and the remote Shimshal village) and superb day hikes (such as the Yunz Valley, Borit Sar, Kharamabad village and Passu Ghar along the Passu Glacier)