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10 Majestic Pakistani Mountains That Have to Be Seen To Be Believed

From snow caped peaks to tough terrain mountains, Pakistan’s got it all.

December 11 is celebrated as the International Mountain Day all over the world, and we think it needs to be highlighted more in Pakistan as well. After all, we have some of the most awe-inspiring peaks that tourists and adventurers alike would love to experience in their lifetimes.

So how famous is Pakistan for its mountains? We give you not one, not two but 10 reasons why you’ve got to check out these wondrous places:

Nanga Parbat

 

K2 or Mount Godwin-Austen/Chhogori

Image Source: SohnaPunjabofPK twitter

 

Passu Cones

Image Source: Abrar Cheema photography

 

Spatnik Peak or Golden Peak

Image Source: wikipedia

 

Rakaposhi Glacier

Image Source: @peachananr Twitter

 

Karakoram Mountains

Image Source: Farhan Khan Virk Twitter

 

Sost Peak

Image Source: @saiyahtravels twitter

 

 Verjerav Pass

Image Source: Mobeen Mazhar’s Photography

 

Mitre Peak

Image Source: k2basecamptrek instagram

 

Charakusa Valley

Image Source: Rizwan Saddique photos

 

Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.

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