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    Other Treks Diamir

    The following treks are all in an open zone. Rama Lake, Muthat Pass, Bezar Gali, Babusar Pass, Eastern Kaghan
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    Mazeno La

    This glaciated pass brings trekkers close to the Mazeno Peaks in a traverse of the southern flanks of the Nanga Parbat massif.
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    Tirich Mir Base Camp

    Tirich Mir, the Hindu kush’s highest peak, rises above a vast wilderness of glaciers and 20 other impressive 7000m summits, making this a trek into the very centre of the high Hindu kush.
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    Owir An

    This popular and easily accessible trek crosses a ridge- top pass along the southern flanks of mighty Tirich Mir, visiting friendly villages along the way.
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    Hispar La

    The ultimate classic traverse of the Biafo and Hispar glaciers proceeds through a wilderness of rock and ice up the Biafo, across Lukpe Lawo, over the Hispar La and down the meadow-lined snowy Hispar.
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    Thui An

    An outstanding and popular traverse over a relatively easy pass, surrounded by tumbling glaciers and jagged 6000m peaks, this trek passes through traditional villages and links Yasin and Chitral.
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    Zagaro An

    Northern Pakistan’s most challenging non-glaciated pass traverse unvisited valleys between Ghizar and Chitral, offering opportunity for exploration and alpine climbs.
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    Patundas

    The alpine ridge between the Passu and Batura glaciers called Patundas has sweeping mountain views in all directions, but there’s a tricky glacier crossing en route.
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    Shimshal Village

    Shimshal Village

    Walk through a spectacular river gorge, past impossibly huge scree slopes and the might Mulungutti Glacier flowing from Destaghil Sar, to reach Gojal’s most remote and traditional Wakhi village.
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    K7 Base Camp

    The Tsarak Tsa Valley, the route to k7 Base Camp, is a tantalising trek for admirers and climbers of big rock walls alike.
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