Hunza Rakaposhi View Hotel

Address: Aliabad, Hunza, Pakistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Aliabad, Hunza, is near Baltit Fort.
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      MINAPIN TREK (Rakaposhi and Diran Peak Base Camps

      A travel blog entry by baltoro on Jul 20, 2014

      29 photos

      ... the tents or hotel

      10th September 2015: Trek from: Minapin to Hapakun 2800M (3 hours, 5.8 km and 800
      m ascent). It takes maximum 3 hours to reach Hapakun (2800 M), a grassy meadow, from Diran Guest house situated at Minapin Village.

      11th September 2015: Hapakun to Tagaphari 3300M (2-3 hours, 3km, 450m ascent), a steep trail continues from Hapakun to Tagaphari. The trail eases off ...


      A travel blog entry by hunzapakistan on Oct 13, 2012

      35 photos

      ... that gives majestic view of mountains and valleys. The Borith Lake, nice place to have the view of the mountains, walking over the Gulkin Glacier and from Borit Lake to Passu is unforgettable experience. The Shimshal, Chupursan and Misgar are the remotest valleys of the Hunza and have link roads from Karakorum Highway. From Karimabad you may visit to the Hopar and Summyar in Nagar Valley, across the Karimabad (Hunza is commonly used for the entire ...

      Hunza, heaven on earth!

      A travel blog entry by danialw on May 31, 2012

      3 comments, 123 photos

      ... and downhill quite frequently as this place is quite mountainous.
      Another interesting thing about Hunza is the language spoken here. It is called Burushaski. It is interesting because it has shown no relation to any other language in the world and is part of no language family. It is known as a language isolate as a result. To add to the intrigue of this place are the people, whose facial features range from brown-skinned, to Asiatic, to fair-skinned, to blonde hair ...

      Into the Pakistani Himalayas along the KKH

      A travel blog entry by danialw on May 30, 2012

      3 photos

      ... frontier police", and thankfully he was legit. Security has stepped up recently due to the incident that occurred last month and the road was full of checkpoints and guards. I knew this beforehand so I wasn't that concerned going by bus, but paranoia always exists in places like this. This was the first time where I actually wanted there to be lots of stops and security checks, because I knew that would mean the rest of the road would be fairly safe.


      A travel blog entry by nangaparbat on Oct 31, 2011

      47 photos

      ... your requirements as well as classical trekking routes with rest days and make flexible to have rest days for acclimatization and gain a much better understanding of the landscape, people, villages in the trekking routes.


      There are several spectacular peaks below 6500M among the ranges of the Himalayas, the ...