Mirs Lodge

Domyal Link Rd, Gilgit, Pakistan | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Gilgit


A travel blog entry by gulmitgchotel


... 25.005Ghilmindi: (A Local Pizfhan With A Large Of Bread Smeared Up With Appricote Oil And Local Cheese).35.006Grall: (A Solution Of Flour And Water Poured On The Oven Top And Flatened With A Laddle To Cook Then Eatten Having Put Oil And Mulberry Jam).120.007Qunda: ...


A travel blog entry by nangaparbat


... 403 km. The Central Himalayan Mountains extended to the borders of Bhutan and Sikkim.We have Western Himalayas in Pakistan that situated Kashmir valley in the East to Indus River in the North and West, is dominated by the Nanga Parbat Massif with highest of Nanga Parbat 8126M. The range comprises the regions of Kashmir, Kaghan, Kohistan, Deosai and Chilas. The range is also dominated by the Deosai Plains located at the height of 4000M, which is filled with flowers in the summer, ...

Karakoram Highway – a great Adventure!

A travel blog entry by michu


... in one of my greatest adventures!

Kicked off in Kashgar (China) where we hired a car and driver to take us to the Chinese border town of Tashkurgan. After a 80km ride across an arid plateau we entered the 200km stretch of rugged mountain ranges with snowy peaks and breathtaking views. The stop at the Kara Kul lake (3700m) which is nestled between two Pamir giants, Muztagh Ata and Mt Kongur (7719m) was awesome! After 7 hours drive and several photo ...

500km in 24 hours. Up the KKH by bus.

A travel blog entry by dannyandsarah


... clinging to the cliff sides.

I’m not sure what type of climate I expected to find here after looking at the photos from home but I should have been able to guess it. Hot, dry and harsh. If anything could live here, then it would be doing it, right? The interesting thing though, is that anywhere there is water everything jumps to life in a big way. After miles of nothing but dead brown rock, there ...

You Want More.....? Are You Sure.....?

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy


Zia al Haq may have been a reserved and courteous man but he was a total music freak when it came to Bollywood-Rap compositions. As we bounced our way from Gupis to Gilgit along the Gilgit River gorge, I could not help but think how incongruous this scene was of us in a jeep, in no other than the so-called highly dangerous country of Pakistan, with a DVD player blaring Bollywood-Rap mixed music. "You want moooore......? Are you ...


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