Garam Chashma (Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa)
Garam Chashma, the highest human settlement in the Hindu Kush Range, is the pleasant valley in Chitral at an altitutde of 6,100 feet. It is located at the distance of 45 km from Chitral.
It is known for Hot spring, which is one of the most important tourist attraction in Chitral. It is also a best place for trout fishing. The Lotkoh River is the one of main homeland for brown trout fish, that is running down the valley.
The overall atmosphere in Gram Chashma is too much attractive within the snow-covered mountain peaks, waterfalls, and pleasant cool breeze.
There are sulphur deposits in spring, those rise its temperature above boiling point, so it is also known as Sulphur Spring.
Garam Chashma has international border with Afghnistan. Dorah Pass, at the altitude of 14,940 feet, is used to cross the border with Afghanistan from this side.