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.Visit Nanga Parbat
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.Visit Passu Cones from Karakoram Highway
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.Visit Ultar Peak from Baltit Fort
Top part of Hunza Peak can be seen from Altit Fort in clear weather. Hunza Peak lies in the western part of the Karakoram range and on the southwest ridge of the Ultar Sar massif in the Batura Muztagh. The whole massif rises precipitously above the Hunza Valley to the southeast.Visit Hunza Peak from Altit Fort
Mt. Rakaposhi peak top is visible all of the locatins of Hunza. During fog days, fog and clouds cover the mountain around the Hunza, so hidden view of Rakaposhi peak can be seen.Visit Rakaposhi Peak behind Fog
Jaglot is also important as the junction point of three mountain ranges, the Hindukush, the Karakoram, and the Himalayas. A view point is constructed there to facilitate tourist to get the view of such wonder.Visit Hindukush Karakoram and Himalayas Junction Point