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    Hopar Valley

    The Hopar Valley is a scenic portion of the Nagar Valley in northern Pakistan. It is about 10 km away from Nagar Khas, the principal city of the Nagar Valley. Hopar Valley is the site of the Spantik and Hopar (Hopper) glaciers. Hopar Valley is a cluster of villages around


    Chiporsun Valley

    Chiporsun (Chipurson) also Chipursan is a valley containing some eight villages in Gojal, of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, Pakistan. The villages are Yarzerech, Raminj , Kirmin , Kil, Result, Sher-e-Savz, Ispenj, Shitmerg and ZuwudKhoon. It is the most Northern part


    Hispar Valley

    The Hispar Valley is the last Valley of Nagar Valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. It is about 28 km away from Nagar Khas it is the last valley of Biafo Glacier Skardu trek from Hispar and first From Skardu. Hispar Valley is almost 28 km from main town of Nagar.


    Hunza Valley

    The Hunza is a mountainous valley in the Gilgit–Baltistan region of Pakistan. The Hunza is situated in the extreme northern part of Pakistan. Hunza was formerly a princely state bordering Uyghurstan also called Xinjiang 


    Rush Lake

    Rush Lake is a high altitude lake located in Nagar Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan near Rush Pari Peak, 5,098 m (16,726 ft). At 4,694 meters, Rush is one of the highest alpine lakes in the world. It is located about 15 km (9 mi) north of Miar Peak and Spantik (Golden Peak),


    Baltit Fort

    Baltit Fort is an ancient fort in the Hunza valley in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Founded in the 1st CE, it has been on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative list since 2004. In the past, the survival of the feudal regime of Hunza was ensured by the impressive fort, which overlooks Karimabad.


    Altit Fort

    Altit Fort is an ancient fort at Altit town in the Hunza valley in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. It was originally home to the hereditary rulers of the Hunza state who carried the title Mir, although they moved to the somewhat younger Baltit fort nearby three centuries later.


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