The trek from skardu to the baltoro glacier gives the best close-up views of k2, and the trail along the braldu and biaho rivers takes hikers right into the heart of the karakuram mountains. Concordia, the base camp for k2 expeditions, offers spectacular views of some of the highest mountains on earth, including k2, gasherbrum, masherbrum, and chogolisa.
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 Karakurams 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. 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.
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 Karakurams 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. The highest peaks, as well as countless passes and massive glaciers are located in this region.
The 7 days trek to enchanting places around hunza. Enjoy views of jerab peaks and the cathedrals at ghulkin, and ocean of peaks at patundas meadows, borit lake on way to passughar and passu glacier at luzhdar. This is a short technical trek to the ridge between the Passu and Butara glaciers called Patundas meadows which has sweeping mountain views in all direction.
The Pamir pasture or Shimshal pass has attractive snow clad peaks are above 600mt is Minglig Sar and Quz Sar are the most popular for trekking group in the pass there are beautiful lakes surroundings is a grassy area, the Braldo pass sprate from this pastur to snow lake and reached Askoli Skardu which are paradise for skiers as well. There is so many short and long passes, from the top of Minglig Sar seen the magnificent scenery of world second highest mountain k-2 and other 7000-M.
This is a trek something completely off the beaten track – remote, far from civilisation, and we hope because of this to capture some of the spirit of early exploration. Shimshall Valley must rate as one of the most remote areas of the Karakuram Himalaya. The mountain scenery is no less impressive and awe-inspiring than elsewhere in the Karakuram and the largest mountain that you will see is Distaghil Sar, 7,885m.
The Batura Glacier, 65 kilometres long, is the second longest glacier in the world outside the polar regions. The arid landscape is often interrupted by lush green fields, held in place by dry-stone retaining walls. The complex irrigation channelling systems are testimony to the skill and patience of the natives. One encounters the great Batura Glacier near Malungin and trekking on to Yashpirt offers superb views of the Batura peaks.
This has possibly been the most beautiful trek. Haramosh is a largely unfrequented wonder of Pakistan. The feel of the whole area was surreal, it exuded a certain tranquility and presented an awesome diversity of landscape. In particular, I was amazed by the Kutwal lake and village a large clearing amidst a whole host of peaks including the Dobani and Miar. The Haramosh and Mani peaks loomed large in the background.
Our destination is the fabled Hunza Valley, a fertile land situated high in the Karakorum, dominated by the imposing bulk of Rakaposhi (7,788 m.). We visit the small forts that once defended the kingdom and terrorised the caravans of the Silk Road. Walking through the villages, terraces and orchards, and climbing into the mountains our aim is Rash lake and the trekking peak nearby, from where we get an unrivalled view of much of the Karakuram range.
Baltistan, the abode of world largest mountains offers this beautiful and easy trek in the captivating Thalley valley. The spectacular Thalley Pass welds Shigar and Khaplu valleys at 4572 meters above sea level. This trek can easily be attempted irrespective of age. This non-glaciated trek will start from the town of Khaplu and passing through the green pastures of Thalley Valley, we will come down to the Shigar town. This adventure gives a pleasing experience to encounter with the cheerful-Balti-folk all the way.