Friday, October 20, 2017

Trango Tower

Those mountains lover who have a their small camping spot of Urdukas may have seen the Trango Tower massif across the mighty Baltoro Glacier on the way to the elevated giants of K-2, the Gasherbrums, or Broad Peak. The east face of Great Trango Tower and Nameless Tower are among the major upright faces of the world. It are wasn’t ... Read More »

Kabul

By Zahrah Nasir Certainly not everyone’s idea of a travel destination, the ancient city of Kabul weaves a magnetic spell around those who dare to tread the merciless dust of its ravaged streets, which are rising from the ashes they have been buried under for the last 30 years and counting. Nothing is like as it first seemed, other than ... Read More »

Musa ka Musalla

By Umair Hasan We recently did the Musa ka Musalla trek in Kaghan valley. Musa ka Musalla peak stands at an altitude of 4100m at the junction of Siran and Kaghan valleys. We did the trek from Balakot (Naddi Bangla) side with camping on the lush green meadows of Bagheer(3900m). Fresh water is available here at a short walking distance. ... Read More »

Ski Big Mountain at Whitefish Mountain Resort

You will not be dissatisfied when you come to ski Big Mountain, situated about four miles northwest of Whitefish, Montana, just west of Glacier National Park in the Flathead National Forest. The Whitefish Mountain Resort also has dramatic sights overlooking Whitefish Lake and the Flathead Valley. Whitefish Mountain has 3,000 acres of good ski trails with slopes for skiers at ... Read More »

Jules’ Undersea Lodge

If a usual hotel on dry land appears a little boring, then Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida U.S.A is the only place for you. Jules is the unique undersea hotel. But don’t be fooled into thinking this is just a trick. If you want to get into this hotel then you’re going to have to scuba dive 21 ... Read More »

Shimshal Valley – The exclusive traverse

There’s nothing gentle about Shimshal… It’s all straight up or straight down and it tests a trekker’s fitness to the utmost — especially when he is 58! By Salman Rashid First things first. I wrote my requiem last year in August when I wept on the Mintaka Pass in Gojal. I had walked up unfit after a full year of ... Read More »

Broghill pass video documentary

Broghill pass, one of the safe and beautiful heaven on earth, where nature still live in its pure conditions. Situated on Pakistan side of Wakhan Border of Pakistan and Afghanistan. A hard to reach but beauty rich area, it is closed for around 7 months of the year due to heavy snow conditions, and even not easy to reach during ... Read More »

Trekking in Sikkim

The immensity of nature has no bounds. From the smallest grain of sand to the highest mountains, each has a sense of meaning and purpose. Scientists say that mountains were created as a result of the shifts of the earth’s crust, but I think that there is some force that identifies what its doing and has some plan for all ... Read More »