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  • Baltistan Valley

    K2 BC Concordia Trek K-2, “mountain of mountains,” as referred to by Reinhold Messner in the account of his 1979 ascent of this giant, is 8611 m. high. K-2 is located in the heart of the Karakoram Range...

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  • Hindu Kush Mountain Biking

    o discover the region of Chitral and Hunza by bike has its own charm. We start our trip from Islamabad to Peshawar through the beautiful Swat valley up to Dir by jeep. From here one can use...

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  • Rock Climbing Peaks

    Trango Towers (6286m) The Trango Towers are a group of dramatic granite spires located on the north side of the Baltoro Glacier, in Baltistan, a district of the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan (formerly Northern Areas). They are...

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  • 6000m Plus and Below Peaks

    Drifica Peak (6447m) The Drifika (6447m) Peak is located in Charakusa Glacier, Karakoram, Pakistan. Drifika offers a major challenge for veteran climbers, and is considered as one of the hardest climb of below 6500m peaks in Karakoram....

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  • Chitral-Ghizir Valley

    Tirich Mir BC Trek Trich Mir is 16th highest in Pakistan and ranking 41st in World. The first ascent made by Norwegian Expedition in 1950. Tirich Mir is the highest mountain in the Hindu Kush. It is...

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  • List of Mountains

    Great Mountains of Pakistan No. Mountain Height m (ft) Range Group District 1 K2 / Chogori 8611 (28,268) Karakoram Baltoro Skardu 2 Nanga Parbat 8125 (26,652) Himalaya Diamir Diamir 3 Gasherbrum I / Hidden Peak 8068 (26,470)...

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  • Hindukush Karakorum Jeep Safari Trek

    Hindukush Karakorum Jeep Safari Trek The Karakorum Highway was opened for official traffic at the 1st of May 1986. It is called “Wonder of Genies”. The highway is 1260 km long and is crossing Pakistani regions of...

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  • KKH Hunza Valley – China Bike Trip

    magine cycling through a mountain paradise of peaks over 7,000 meters with glaciers almost touching the road and inhabited by people so friendly that it is not unusual to be offered tea as a gesture of hospitality...

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  • Diamir Valley

    Around Nanga Parbat Mazeno Pass Trek Nanga Parbat, Sanskrit for “Naked Mountain” is so named because some of its slopes are so steep that they are bereft of vegetation and snow. According to the local old legend,...

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  • Cholistan Jeep And Camel Safari

    The legendary Cholistan desert extends over 1700 square kilometers right into the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, India. The whole area is a desolate semi-desert expanse of sand and salt bushes. According to archeologists, the key to the...

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