The Real Saif-ul-Malook – Karachi To Khunjerab Pass The lake was a plethora of colors, some places it were green, others blue, and the reflection of the mountains and the clouds added different shades to it too. We hiked towards the glaciers. The path was at the edge of the lake, and it had little […]
It was a waterfall. Not those little streams that we were witnessing every now and then, but a large one coming out from a huge glacier above us, going down to the valley we had came from
It was like a scene from the movies. I was walking on the path towards the river Kunhar, thick green grass was around us and in between were little yellow and white flowers enhancing the beauty. And all of a sudden snowfall started.
YES, you heard me right SNOW.
The mountains stood silently in the background, a brooding presence of sky punching majesty. Brooches of snow covered their lofty peaks, encircling them in wreaths of angel-white
NARAN AWAITS- Karachi to Khunjereb Pass. Leaving Abottabad- “There is a very fresh and clear stream of chilled water up there at the mountain on our right,” our driver Yaseen sahab stopped the bus at the left side, insisting that we should fill up our coolers and cans. At times like this, only Emad would
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