Karombar Pass Trek

Along the Wakhan Corridor, there exist secluded valleys touching Afghanistan, the ancestral routes that linked the people of Hindukush, Pamir and Karakoram. Mythical places which had known the spirit of great explorers. It is in the extreme North of Pakistan that one has to go to find out this fragrance of frontiers. An extraordinary journey showered with history and romantic reunions. The regions of frontier with Afghanistan have been fascinating my imagination. Via Chitral valley, the extreme, West of this group of valleys and passes that dominate for about 200 km, the Wakhan Corridor. Yarkhun River, ferociously raging through the deep valley separating Hindu Kush from Hindu Raj.

The river carries in its surfing waves, the alluvium from the door of Pamir. Beyond the first obstacle of the valley the mountain kept its mystery. Our trek Along Wakhan Corridor provides the opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful places on earth.

Duration: 22-25
Max altitude: Max. 4700 m.
Suitable Period: June to August.
Trek Difficulty Less Strenuous

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad air port and transfer to the hotel.
Day-02 Islamabad � Peshawar.
Day-03 Peshawar � Chitral.
Day-04 Chitral � Kalash Valley.
Day-05  Kalash � Chitral.
Day-06 Chitral � Power.
Day-07 Power � Lasht.
Day-08 Lasht � Kishmanja Camp (3,410 m).
Day-09 Kishmanja � Chikar (3,700 m).
Day-10 Chikar � Darkot Glacier (4,300 m)-Chikar.
Day-11 Chikar � Lashkargaz (3,800 m).
Day-12 Lashkargaz � Karambar An (4,343 m) � Karambar Lake (4,150 m).
Day-13 Karambar Lake � Shouinj (4,000 m).
Day-14 Shouinji � Chhatiboi Glacier � Sughtarabad (3,600 m).
Day-15 Sughtarabad � Karambar River crossing � Warghod Forest.
Day-16 Warghod Forest- Matrin Daas
Day-17 Matrin Daas-Piazeen
Day-18 Piazeen-Imat(Ishkoman)
Day-19 Imat-Gilgit
Day-20 Gilgit-Hunza
Day-21 Hunza-Gilgit
Day-22 Gilgit � Besham.
Day-23 Besham� Islamabad.
Day-24 Fly Back

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