Gilgit Serena Hotel
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... Areas (Gilgit-Baltistan), has very easy access from Karakorum Highway (KKH) or Karimabad Hunza. It is one of the easiest treks in the Karakorum that suits to all level of physical fitness and age, gives all the taste of walking including crossing the glacier. This is one of the shortest and easiest treks leading to above 7000M Karakoram peaks base camps with sweeping view from Rakaposhi to Diran. The Minapin Glacier ...
LOCAL FOOD MENU S.NOPARTICULARSRS.1Trit: (Bread Mashed & Added With, Soup Or Tea Then Eatten With A Spoon).40.002Dheegh: (Butter Milk Prepared In A Churn).40.003Chomas: (Juice Prepared From Dried Apricotes Made By Hands).70.004Putok: (Thick Local Bread Baked In Mould ...
TREKKING IN THE REGION OF NANGA PARBAT 8125M HIMALAYAS PAKISTAN:
The word “Himalaya” is in Sanskrit that means “the home of snow”. The range formed due to tectonic collision of the Indo-Pak plate and Eurasian plate, which is highest mountain range in the world as well as youngest. It stretches about 2500 km from west to the east between Nanaga Parbat (8125M) in Pakistan and Namcha Barwa (7756M) in Tibet. The width from south to north varies between ...
This highway is a 1200km marvel of engineering and a symbolic collaboration between China and Pakistan. Blasted and bulldozed through an intractable landscape of raging rivers, deep ravines and precipitous peaks in the 1960s and '70s and follows a branch of the ancient network of trade routes known as the Silk Road.
That sounds all very nice and I thought it was going to be a cozy two day trip in a comfortable air-con bus cruising on a highway, however ...
Ah yes, the KKH (Karakorum Highway) that I've been dreaming of since we started talking about a big bike trip, and here we are! Seeing a place in photos is one thing, but actually being here is a whole different experience. The mountains here are some of the most inhospitable looking things you can imagine. Enormous piles of crumbling rock and rubble empty of all greenery and anything living. No trees, no berry bushes, no animals, not ...