Friday, October 20, 2017

21 Most Complex & Dangerous Roads in the World

Sure, it feels fantastic to traverse the vast stretches of the best roads in the world via adrenaline pumping speeds. How about a complicated road, one that twists and turns, or has downright congested traffic, or unforgiving terrain? They might give you a headache, but it sure feels good when you’ve conquered them. Here is the  list of the world’s most complicated and dangerous roads. ... Read More »

Ratti Gali lake From Noori Top

By Salman Baig email: pride_of_pakistan@yahoo.com We did Ratti Lake on Eid holidays in Sep 2011 Here is the itinerary. Departure from Lahore Wed 11:30pm Abdulla travels Ticket price 700Rs. We reached Manshera at Thursday 6:30 am We did some shopping as we didn’t carry any food from lahore. Also we opted for not doing breakfast and left for Naran at ... Read More »

Leila Esfandyari touched the sky, before going down

Story from Dawn Newspaper by Jamal Shahid They say there is a force in nature with a plan for everyone. For the famous mountaineer, Leila Esfandyari, the plan was glory. She was the first Iranian woman to scale the Nanga Parbat in the Himalaya – one of the tallest and deadliest mountains in the world. Madly in love with the ... Read More »

Trekking to Lake Dudipat

Dudipat, a beautiful lake ahead of Naran., that have elevation of about 12000 to 13000 ft. We (in a group of 11) recently trek to the beautiful lake Dudipat in Northern Pakistan. (Watch Videos and Pictures in bottom) Trip Tag Line: Jul o Jul 🙂 Trek Route: Lahore to Islamabad (meeting point of team) to Naran Night stay at Naran ... Read More »

Musa ka Musalla from Munda Gucha

By Salman Baig On last weekend we attempted Musa ka Musalla. It was nice but an added day or two would made it awesome (we had 3 days) so I thought If now I have to plan for Musa ka Musalla from Munda Gucha side what would I do. Please note that the trekking time is given with respect to ... Read More »

Thandianee to Bairan Gali

Previous weekend did a short weekend trek (to warm up), from Thandianee to Bairan Gali on the way to Dagri Bangla. First my plan was to go alone, but on last day 2 of my cousins joined me (Ali, Kamil), another old friend Yawar who is in Lahore these days, also first try to join in but on last minute ... Read More »

Natural Wonders, that Every Adventurer Must Explore

Milford Sound One of New Zealand’s best-known tourist attractions, Milford Sound attracts about 500,000 visitors each year, and features rocky cliffs, cascading waterfalls and dense forests. Angel Falls The highest waterfall in the world, Angel Falls is located in Venezuela, along the border with Brazil. The waterfall boasts a height of more than 3,200 feet. Vesuvius It is the only ... Read More »

Mountain Climbers

Mountain climbers photographed by Jimmy Chin, while scaling some of the highest peaks in the world. Here’s a photographer who will go to great heights in his search for the ultimate picture. Jimmy Chin, probably the world’s greatest adventure photographer, has travelled the world with highly-skilled mountain climbers, scaling huge peaks and even skiing down the face of Mount Everest. ... Read More »

Mount Everest summit by Hassan Sadpara

  Mr. Hassan Sadpara become the second Pakistani to summit world’s tallest Mountain, Mount everest 8848m, on Monday 12 may 2011 630am PST. He along with other four team members had left for the base camp on 3rd of April. Note: His above image was taken on top of Gasherbrum in 2006. Mr Hassan was born in small village of ... Read More »

Trek of Concordia or Approach of Kaghan valley from North

Question: My name is Irfan I am from Karachi, I wanted to do a trek of Concordia this year but my initial findings over internet discouraged me financially and logistically, the organised tour operators are charging in range of USD 2,000 I only found one (Baltistan tour) who is willing to take me and my wife for Rs.80,000 per person, ... Read More »