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K2 in Gilgit

K2 Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

K2, at 8,611 metres (28,251 ft) above sea level, is the second-highest mountain on Earth, after Mount Everest (at 8,849 metres (29,032 ft)).It lies in the Karakoram range, in part in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan-administered Kashmir and in part in a China-administered territory of the Kashmir region included in the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang. K2 also became popularly known as the Savage Mountain after George Bell—a climber on the 1953 American expedition—told reporters, "It's a savage mountain that tries to kill you."Of the five highest mountains in the world, K2 is the deadliest; approximately one person dies on the mountain for every four who reach the summit.

Nagar Valley in Gilgit

Nagar Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

The beautiful district of Nagar, which used to be called Brushal, is in the north of Pakistan. This place is a lakeside paradise. Nagar Khas is vital to the Nagar valley. The breathtaking landscapes and breathtaking vistas are seen throughout the Minapin, Ghulmet, Hopper, and Charlotte Valleys have made them popular tourist destinations in the Nagar region. This is due to the fact that the valleys are spread out across the region.

Phandar Valley in Gilgit

Phandar Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

This beautiful valley is at the end of a winding road that goes through green fields and forests and gives you a view of rivers and icy peaks. In Phandar Valley, there are springs with water that is as clear as glass and lakes and rivers with water that is as blue as the sky. The first look at this valley will make you forget all about how tired you are from the trip and give you new energy. The calm, deep blue waters of the River Ghizer and the lush green and golden fields around it are beautiful. Between June and July, the weather in Phandar valley is very nice, and this is the best time to visit because this is when the valley is at its most beautiful. The days are sunny and warm, and the nights are cool.

Kalash Valley,Gilgit in Gilgit

Kalash Valley,Gilgit Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

One of the best places to go on vacation in Pakistan is the Kalash Valley in Chitral. This valley has a well-known beginning, but its history is complicated. Kalash is a very old Greek progression. People think that the Kalash are the descendants of Alexander the Great and his army. The name for the people who are part of this progress is "The Kelasha." The people of Kalash valley are remarkable. People build their homes out of rough-shaped logs. People in Kalash celebrate many celebrations, such as the Phoo Festival, the Uchal Festival, and the Chomos Festival. People all over the world come here to enjoy Kalash festivals. During the festival, Kakashi girls put on their traditional clothes and dance to find their future husbands. There are many interesting places to visit in these places.

Khunjerab Pass in Gilgit

Khunjerab Pass Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

The renowned mountain pass is also a major tourist destination. The Hunza valley is popular among travelers for a number of reasons, including the nearby Khunjerab Pass and the Khunjerab National Park. The Khunjerab Pass is where Pakistan and its neighbor China meet. The views of the surrounding mountains from the Khunjerab Pass are breathtaking. Due to harsh winter weather, the best time for travelers to visit Khunjerab Pass is during the summer.

Gupis Valley in Gilgit

Gupis Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

About 70 miles west of Gilgit, along the river, is a valley called Gupis. Gupis Valley in the district of Ghizer is full of breathtaking views and beautiful landscapes. The turquoise water of a river running along a road and the surrounding fields and forests are very appealing to tourists. A beautiful lake called Khalti Lake is just a few kilometers from the valley of Gupis. It is well-known for being the habitat of trout fish. A stretch of the river near the village of Khalti formed the lake. In the summer, the lakes turn a dark blue color, which makes the scene even more beautiful. Most of the time, the lake freezes over in the winter, making it easy to walk on. Near Khalti Lake, there is a beautiful place to eat.

Rama Lake in Gilgit

Rama Lake Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Rama Lake is a stunning alpine lake nestled in the Astore Valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, at an elevation of approximately 10,500 feet. Surrounded by verdant meadows and encircled by majestic peaks, Rama Lake captivates visitors with its pristine blue waters and breathtaking mountain vistas. Accessible through a scenic trekking trail from the village of Rama, this serene lake is a popular destination for nature enthusiasts seeking tranquility and natural beauty in the heart of the Himalayas.

Kaghan Valley in Gilgit

Kaghan Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

In the higher part of the Kaghan Valley is where you'll find the residential area of Naran. In addition, Naran is widely considered to be one of the most attractive towns in all of Pakistan. It is one of the most well-known destinations among Pakistan's native visitors, and it is often considered to be among the country's most attractive tourist destinations overall. In Naran Valley, there are several wonderful viewpoints, canals, and lakes that have awesome viewpoints. The gorgeous Kaghan Valley in northern Pakistan is a spot straight out of a fairy tale. Today, people come to the Kaghan Valley from all over the world to see its stunning mountain landscapes, alpine lakes, and starry night skies.

Gilgit-Baltistan in Gilgit

Gilgit-Baltistan Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit-Baltistan formerly known as the Northern Areas, is a region administered by Pakistan as an administrative territory, and constitutes the northern portion of the larger Kashmir region, which has been the subject of a dispute between India and Pakistan since 1947, and between India and China since 1950s. It is the northernmost area administered by Pakistan. It borders Azad Kashmir to the south, the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the west, the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan to the north, the Xinjiang region of China, to the east and northeast, and the Indian-administered union territories Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the southeast.

Chitral Valley in Gilgit

Chitral Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Chitral Valley is more than 1,100 meters high and is dominated by Trichmir, the highest peak in the Hindu Kush Mountains. There are green valleys and meadows as well as steep mountains and huge glaciers in this area. The winters here are very cold, but the summers can be quite pleasant. The towns of Booni, Arandu, as well as the Madaklasht Valley, are some of the best places to see here. Barmoghlasht Resort is also only 14.5 kilometers from Chitral, and its surroundings are so beautiful that you should go there. Visits to the Golen Valley, with its verdant meadows, springs, fields full of flowers, beautiful panoramic views, and waterfalls are also highly recommended for anyone who has a passion for nature.

Astore Valley in Gilgit

Astore Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

The valley is about 120 km long and is connected to Nanga Parbat on the east side. About 60 km southeast of Gilgit is a courtyard that leads into the valley. The landscape in Astore is breathtaking, making it a popular destination for hikers as well as others who are passionate about photography and outdoor activities. Prisheng Eid Shah, Karim, Gudai, Shekong, Loas, Louze, Chilm, Bulen, Bubin, Gorikot, Fina, Chongra, Tari Shing, Kamri, Mining, and Rattu are some of the more than one hundred villages that can be found in this valley. The climate of the valley varies with the seasons; during the summer it is pleasant, while during the winter it may be rather severe.

Skardu valley in Gilgit

Skardu valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Through this valley, you can get to some of the world's highest mountains, like K2, K3, and Gasherbrum. Thousands of climbers from all over the world come to these tall mountains every year. Some have even died trying to reach the top of these steep climbs. Along the seven-hour journey, travelers are greeted with several streams and springs, in addition to the warmth and friendliness of the residents of the area. Of course, Skardu is most well-known for its lakes, specifically Satpara and Kachura; but, the Shigar and Skardu Fort complex is the most prominent location in the entire city.

Hushe Valley in Gilgit

Hushe Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

It is the highest village in the once extremely remote and impoverished Hushe Valley. It is the tallest town in the Hushe Valley, which was historically incredibly isolated and destitute. The valley is made by the Hushe River and goes from Masherbrum Mountain (7,821 meters) and the nearby glaciers south to the Shyok River, which is across from Khaplu. The village of Hushe is right in the middle of the valley. The valley is known for the high Karakoram range mountains that surround it, including Laila Peak, K6, and K7, which are all over 6,000 meters high. Just behind the K6 base camp, at 5100m, is Murtaza peak, which is where most trackers and beginners start. Hushe is no longer the poorest village because it is becoming more popular as a place to go trekking and climbing.

Burzil Pass in Gilgit

Burzil Pass Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

The Burzil Pass 4,100 m (13,500 ft) is a mountain pass in northern Pakistan, and is part of the historic caravan route between the cities of Srinagar and Gilgit. The pass lies approximately 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) north of the administrative line between the Pakistani-administered territories of Gilgit−Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir, and some 30 kilometers (19 mi) north of the Line of Control (LOC), which serves as the de facto border between Pakistan and India in the disputed region of Kashmir. While the Burzil route ran freely through Jammu and Kashmir during British rule in India, major sections were largely closed off by Pakistan following the First Kashmir War, which saw the division by a ceasefire line of the former princely state and the start of an ongoing territorial conflict over the region. The crest of the pass is wide and covered with lush alpine grass vegetation during the summer. The Astore River originates from the western slopes of the Burzil Pass. Mid of July is the ideal time to visit this place.

Minimarg in Gilgit

Minimarg Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

The word Minimarg is come from (The word 'MENEE' in Kashmiri means frog and the marg as usual in Kashmiri means meadow) ,so the name would translate into 'Meadow of Frogs. Best time to visit Minimarg is Mid of July. Minimarg is located in Astore valley. Distance from Skardu Valley to Minimarg Via Deosai Park road is 136 km, a 4 hours journey.

Hunza Valley in Gilgit

Hunza Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

From Gilgit, it takes about 3 hours to drive to Hunza Valley. This valley is in the extreme north of Pakistan. Hunza Valley is a breathtaking valley with numerous snow-capped mountains. This valley consists of three regions i.e. lower Hunza Gojal, Central Hunza, and upper Hunza. The Hunza Valley is a popular tourist destination. Tourists from all over the world visit Hunza Valley throughout the year, but the best months to visit are May through October. In May, the maximum temperature is 26°C, while the minimum is 15°C, and in October, the maximum temperature is 10°C and the minimum temperature is 0°C. Explore the forts of Altit and Baltit.

Rama Meadows in Gilgit

Rama Meadows Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Rama Meadows is a captivating alpine valley situated in the Astore District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Known for its lush green meadows, vibrant wildflowers, and panoramic views of surrounding snow-capped peaks, Rama Meadows is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and trekkers. The valley is accessible via a scenic jeep track from the village of Rama and serves as a base camp for exploring nearby attractions like Rama Lake and the Nanga Parbat massif.

Shigar Valley, Gilgit in Gilgit

Shigar Valley, Gilgit Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

One of the most beautiful places in Gilgit Baltistan was a valley called Shigar. The Shigar River ran through it. By way of Shigar, this is a great way to get to the Karakoram Mountains. The largest town in the valley is Shigar, which has Shigar Fort, Amburik Mosque, and Khilingrong Mosque. Shigar Valley is known for the Khanqah e Muallah Shigar, Hashoo pi Bhag, Marapi Ranga, Ree masjid, K2 Basecamp, and Astana of Syed Mir Yahya. This town is a popular place for tourists and trekkers, and it has a lot of important historical buildings from the Noorbakhshi Sufi community.

 Babusar Top in Gilgit

Babusar Top Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Babusar Pass or Babusar Top (elevation 4,173 metres or 13,691 feet) is a mountain pass in Pakistan at the north of the 150 km (93 miles) long Kaghan Valley, connecting it via the Thak Nala with Chilas on the Karakoram Highway (KKH). It is the highest point in the Babusar Valley that can be easily accessed by cars. The Babusar Pass connects Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with Gilgit Baltistan. It is one of the most dangerous routes in Gilgit-Baltistan. Every year many deaths happen here due to the mountainous slopes, which are among the most dangerous in the world. The most common reason for death is the brake failure of cars due to inexperience. Babusar Top was originally known as Babur Top, originating from the fact that the Mughal emperor Babur used to pass through this area

Nanga Parbat in Gilgit

Nanga Parbat Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Nanga Parbat naked-mountain', also known locally as Diamer , is the ninth-highest mountain in the world at 8,126 metres (26,660 ft) above sea level. Located in the Diamer District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, Nanga Parbat is the western anchor of the Himalayas. The name Nanga Parbat is derived from the Sanskrit words nagna and parvata, which, when combined, translate to "Naked Mountain". The mountain is known locally by its Tibetan name Diamer or Deo Mir, meaning "huge mountain". Nanga Parbat is one of the 14 eight-thousanders.[7] An immense, dramatic peak rising far above its surrounding terrain, Nanga Parbat is known to be a difficult climb, and has earned the nickname Killer Mountain for its high number of climber fatalities.