here you trek on one of the offshoots of the legendry Silk Road,
traversed by camels and yak caravans of ancient times from the
bazaars of Samarkand and Bukhara of central Asia to the Indian
Sub Continent. It’s an enchanting land of extensive high grazing
pastures with serene lakes set against the back drop of high
towering snow caped peaks and evergreen meadows.
The locals call this the roof of the world as it serves the
beautiful landscape, large herds of Yaks, goats and sheep can
be seen grazing across the fertile and sweet grassy meadows
of this high plateau. From here we trek down to the Ishkoman
valley or ascend to the path leading to Chilinji Pass at 5290
meters and enter Chupurson valley in upper Hunza. The trek ends
at Babagundi Ziarat, an ancient Sufi shrine with a large following.
From here you drive by jeep to the Karakoram Highway and proceed
to Hunza and Gilgit.