Trekking

Turikho Valley and Tirich Mir Base Camp

June 26th, 2016 by

The Tirich Mir Base Camp trek is an exciting trek with plenty of natural and cultural attractions. Less known and rarely visited, this trek offers a unique mountain scenery right in the heart of Hindukush. Tirich Mir (7708m) is the crown of the Hindukush...

Ratti Gali Lake Trekking Guide

August 15th, 2014 by

One of the extra ordinary trekking attractions in moderated altitude category is Ratti Gali Lake. The most sparkling crowns of the Neelum Valley, Ratti Gali Lake is located at 3600 meters and surrounded by grassy slopes and a number of waterfalls. Ratti Gali Lake...

Noori Lake Trekking Guide

June 24th, 2014 by

An easy but splendid trekking option for Kaghan Valley lovers is the Noori Lake. This less known and hidden lake is an exceptionally beautiful lake. Frozen for most of the year and accessible in late July to October, the Noori Lake and trek is...

Kandol Lake Trekking Guide

May 13th, 2014 by

This, a long day return trek is a fantastic moderate to difficult excursion for lakes lovers. Kandol Lake can also be an exciting camping with proper gear. Located in the thickly forested Utror valley, neighboring to Kalam in Swat, this lake is an awe-inspiring...

Chita Katha Lake

November 11th, 2013 by

One of the frozen lakes for most of the year, the Chita Katha is located in Shounter valley in Azad Kashmir. A strenuous 4 to 8 hours trek is the final hurdle between the Upper Domel and this 4,100 meters (13,500 ft) high lake....

Fairy Meadows – Nanga Parbat Base Camp

November 1st, 2013 by

This legendary name ‘Fairy Meadows’ was given from the early western tourist who visualized this real paradise crowded by fairies. Fairy Meadow offers superb views of the Nanga Parbat (8125 m) the highest mountain in Pakistan Himalayas. Islamabad/Rawalpindi is typical starting point for heading...

The Baltoro–Concordia Trek

October 31st, 2013 by

  This is a strenuous trek which requires energy, fitness and consistency. Acclimatization is also a very important matter of consideration here. New trekkers who do not have learnt about High Altitude Sickness, Snow Blindness, Dehydration and other health related issues must read about...

Rush Lake and Peak Trek

October 19th, 2013 by

Another charm of this lake is to cross the 5000 meters mark by hiking up on the Rush Peak at 5100 meters. The first milestone towards the Rush Lake is to reach the Hopar village in Nagar. Hopar is a fertile and broad bowl...

Trek to Rakaposhi Base Camp – Minapin

October 19th, 2013 by

Among all, the Minapin to base camp trek is the most popular. The reason behind this popularity among the trekkers is the broad and clear view of this beautiful Karakoram peak. The Minapin village is at a walking distance of 4 KM and about...

Dudipat Sar – A Splendor Out of Sight

October 9th, 2013 by

We were not expecting many visitors at Besal. It was anticipated that due to the unfavourable security conditions there will be a little interaction with other tourists. But when our jeep stopped at the only inn in Besal, we saw several groups of youngsters...

K6 – K7 Base Camp Trek

October 9th, 2013 by

Among other Hushe Valley treks, the K6-K7 base camp trek is renowned for magnificent mountain views of K6 (7281 m), K7 (6934 m), Link Sar (7041m), Kapura Peak (6545 m), Drifikar (6650m) and Namikar Peak (6325m). All these mountain peaks make this trek a...

Gondogoro La – Hushe to Concordia

October 3rd, 2013 by

An exciting trekking possibility which leads to the Concordia and K2 is the Gondogoro Pass. With the breathtaking views of all ‘eight thousandars’ in the region, this is also an opportunity to climb up to 5400 meters. It can be the quickest way to...

Masherbrum Base Camp Trek – Hushe

August 14th, 2013 by

The altitude at the base camp of Masherbrum is above 4200 meters. A guide from Hushe is recommended as this can save a lot of time and efforts. This is not a technical trek and can be an excellent base camp exposure for experienced...