Passu (Gilgit Baltistan)
Passu is a small village located on the Hunza River at the distance of 150 km from Gilgit on the Karakoram Highway next to Gulmit in Gojal on the edge of the Passue Glacier and the Batura Glasier. Passu Cathedral, also known as Passu Cones, at an altitude of 20,033 feet, provides very attractive view for tourists from the Karakoram Highway. The Cathedral Ridge has beautiful view just from the Karakoram Highway near Passu village.
Tour places in Passu
Passu Cathedral, also known as the Tupopdan Peaks or Passu Cones, is located at the altitude of 20,033 feet in Passu village on Karakoram Highway near the Hunza River. It is the most beautiful picturesque peak in Gilgit-Baltistan. It is worth staying here to get the beauty of this town in the high mountains before moving toward the Khunjerab Pass.
Tourism in Passu Cathedral
Passu Photo Gallery
In front of Passu Cones, there is beautiful lush green oasis on the Hunza River in Jahanabad village. At Jahanabad, the Shimshal River joins with the Hunza River and there is a bridge over the Hunza River that leads toward Shimshal Valley.