By Imran Ahmad on December 12, 2012
Shimshal Lake – Shimshal is a village located in Gojal, Hunza–Nagar District
By Imran Ahmad on November 7, 2012
Stunning view of a river near Hunza, Gilgit Baltistan,
By Imran Ahmad on February 26, 2012
Gilgit Airport is a small domestic airport situated east of Gilgit city of Pakistan. The city of Gilgit is one of the two major hubs for all mountaineering expeditions in the Northern Areas of Pakistan.
Snowfall, Rain and Cold in Swat, Kashmir, Malakand, Gilgit Baltistan and Lowari Top (January 14, 2011)
By Tahir on January 15, 2011
Snow Rain and Cold in Swat Kashmir Malakand Gilgit Baltistan and Lowari Top. New Spell of Snowfall and Rain in Baluchistan Mastoong Chaman Khuzdar Noshki Naukundi and Rozak Top
By Tahir on January 6, 2011
Attabad Lake, Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan: Second Spillway Construction started. 2nd spillway will loose the height of water level.
By Tahir on December 27, 2010
Gojal valley is located in the North of Gilgit. Whitch lies in the far North of Pakistan. Gojal valley is near to the Chinese and Afghan borders
By Tahir on December 26, 2010
Amin Brakk is situated in the Nangma Valley of Karakoram. It is in open zone, one did not need a trekking permit or have to pay Peak Royalty fee to climb this mountain tower.
By Tahir on December 24, 2010
Shandur pass at the elevation of 12,200 feet or 3,700 meters is a high mountain pass that connects Gilgit Baltistan region to the Chitral valley in Pakistan. The top is flat, a plateau and can be crossed between late April and early November.
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By Tahir on December 20, 2010
Astore valley is located at an altitude of 2600 meters. The best time to visit is May to October. The valley, adjoining the eastern side of Nanga Parbat (8,126 m), is about 120 km long and 5,092 km² in area.
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By Tahir on December 3, 2010
Skardu is the another main town of Gilgit Baltistan along the wide bank of the river Indus. Skardu is the largest district of the Northern Areas. Baltistan is home to some of the highest peaks in the world, the Karakoram Range