10 most beautiful Mountains & Peaks in Pakistan

Mukskpuri Top

Mukshpuri or Moshpuri is the second highest mountain in Galyat area in Nathia Gali, Abbottabad District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, at the elevation of 9,200 feet. It is just located near Dunga Gali in the area of Ayubia National Park. It is covered with conifer forests and habitant place of different kind of animals and birds.

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Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat, also known as Killer Mountain, is located on the border between Diamer and Astore districts. It is 9th highest mountain in the world, having a height of 8,126 metres. It is a most difficult mountain to climb. The weather conditions here, are too much uncertain, within few minutes, it covers with clouds and temperature drops below freezing point.

It has a sharp vertical and prominent peak on all sides, rising 15,090 feet from base from the Rupal Face, whereas it rises 22,966 feet from Indus River valley on the Rakhiot Flank in just 25 km. The north side leading toward the Indus River, is covered with number of subsidiary summits including North Peak, also known as Chongra, which is more difficult to climb.

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Mount Sakesar

Sakesar Mountain is the highest point at the elevation of 1,522 meters in the Salt Range in the Soon Valley. In winter season, it also receives littlebit snowfall. It is restricted area now due to PAF airbase and radar system on top of the Sakesar, but tourist can visit its top if some of the armed force link available.

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Kundi Meadows

Kundi meadows as known as Seh Kundi meadows, are located behind Rajwal village nearly 10 km after Kaghan in Kaghan valley. It is a lush green plain on the mountain peak in Rajwal village after 5 to 6 hours of difficult trek. This trek is started from the main Kaghan-Naran road by crossing the bridge over the Kunhaar River. Visit Kundi Meadows

Passu Cathedral

Passu Cathedral, also known as 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 the Gilgit-Baltistan. It is worthy to stay here to get the beauty of this town in the high mountains before moving toward the Khunjerab Pass.

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Hunza Peak

Hunza Peak is located in Karakoram Range on the right side of Ladyfinger Peak, on the southwest ridge of the Ultar Sar massif in Batura Muztagh, at an altitude of 20,570 feet. Ladyfinger, Bublimating Peak, is a distinctive rock spire and snowless peak at this height of 20,000 feet. Both can also be seen from Altit fort within a beautiful landscape of Hunza valley.

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Rakaposhi, also known as Dumani, is situated in the Karakoram Range and is located in the center of Nagar Valley. It has an elevation of 25,551 feet and also famous for exceptional rise from the Hunza River. It is also a place of different endangered species such as snow leopard, brown bear, and Marco Polo sheep, etc. It is clearly visible from Karakoram Highway and its view point on Karakoram Highway, is located in town of Ghulmat in Nagar Valley. It is 12th highest peak in Pakistan.

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Beautiful Kaghan Valley from Kundi meadows trek

Beautiful view of the Kaghan valley from the Kundi meadows trek. Visit Beautiful Kaghan Valley from Kundi meadows trek

Passu Cones from Karakoram Highway

Passu Cones are visible from the Karakoram Highway, it is one of the most beautiful group peaks and you will get its beautiful sight just from Karakoram Highway.

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Ultar Peak from Baltit Fort

Ultar Peak in Hunza, gives a fantastic and magnificent view from the backside of Baltit Fort in Karimabad. Ultar Peak, one of the beautiful peak in Hunza Valley, is situated in the Karakoram Range in the Batura mountains.

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