Chutair Tangi Ziarat (Balochistan)
Chutair Tangi is one of the gorges along the road leads Ziarat City. Theare are more than six gorges around Ziarat, which are formed due to sprig water from the mountains. These natural streams in Balochistan are known as Karez.
Ziarat is located in Balochistan at the distance of 130 km from Quetta. It is a beautiful hill station in Balochistan surrounding by mountains that receive heavy snowfall in winter, which makes it more attractive and charming. Khalifat Hill is the highest peak at an elevation of 11,400 feet in the Ziarat district. The importance of this city is due to Quid-e-Azam Residency. Quid-e-Azam, founder of Pakistan. He had spent some of the last days of his life in Ziarat. It is an attractive place for tourists due to its cool and pleasant weather, in the summer season, weather becomes pleasant in Ziarat, whereas in winter, it receives heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures. Lush green forests and gardens, cover with white snow in the winter season.
It can be accessed by a highway via Quetta and also accessible via Loralai and Harnai which have bad condition roads as well as little bit dangerous.
Ziarat is famous for the largest reserve of juniper forest also known as Sanober, which is also the 2nd largest forest in the world. It has the oldest living trees in the world, their estimated age is more than 5,000 years. In these forests, there is a number of endangered wildlife including markhors, black bears, urials, and wolves.
Chutair Tangi Ziarat Map
Chutair Tangi Ziarat Photo Gallery
A view of Chutair Tangi in winter season with full of snow.