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Nalter Pass Trek



GILGIT – NALTAR: sightseeing and shopping in the morning. In the afternoon leave for Naltar, 2 hrs jeep drive along the Hunza river up to its confluence with Naltar River at Normal village. From here to Naltar, this forested hill station is known for its wildlife and magnificent mountain scenery. The Rakaposhi chain is visible from the campsite. O/N stay in a camp/hotel.


NALTAR LAKE – LOWER SHANI: A tiring day but not difficult. Today we will start our ascent gradually towards the Naltar Pass. After a 6-8 hrs walk we will reach the campsite, Lower Shani. The Naltar glacier lies just below our scenic campsite and the majestic Hindukush peaks dominate the horizon. stay in camp.


NALTAR – NALTAR LAKE: The first trekking day. An easy and enjoyable walk along the Naltar River. The pine trees provide shade to trekkers and shelter if it rains. The 4 hrs walk will take us to Naltar Lake, which will be our campsite. The lake is full of trout fish.  stay in camp.


LOWER SHANI – UPPER SHANI: Just 2 hrs walk to the Upper Shani situated at the outskirt of Naltar Lake. The Naltar peak lies just beyond the camp itself. One can see the Ibex grazing on the beautiful slopes of Upper Shani. O/N stay in camp.


UPPER SHANI –  The most tiring day of the trek. This trail is a bit difficult in some parts. The climb from the campsite is going to be over 3000 ft. to the Naltar Pass (15500-ft) through some rocky terrain and glacier, down to Kori Bort. The view from the past is magnificent. Rakaposhi, Dobani and Nanga Parbat peaks are visible.


Drive back To Gilgit


PAKORE – GILGIT: This easy down hill trek takes us to the village Pakore in the Ishkoman Valley, where a jeep will meet to take us to Gilgit. We will reach in the evening 3 hrs drive by jeep/van through the fruit rich valley of Ishkoman and Punial. Stay in camp.


Fly to Islamabad

What's Included

For both local and international travelers

  • Transport Islamabad- Gilgit- By Air (Incase of Weather Conditions if Flight Cancel, Same day Drive

  • Hotel

  • Transportation

  • Food

  • Trekking Food

  • Permits

  • Hotels

  • Porters- Porter Insurance

  • Guide

  • Cook

  • Helper

  • Pollution Fee

  • Waste Management fee

  • First add medical kit

  • Satellite phone

  • Mess tent

  • Kitchen Tent

  • Sleeping Tent

  • Letter of Invitation

  • Rope  (Sleeping bags and other Equipment's will be provided if needed)

What's not Included

For both local and international travelers

  • Sleeping bags

  • personal gear

  • climbing shoes and clothing

  • life insurance

  • health insurance

  • rescue fee

  • tips and any kind of personal item.

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