Welcome to Astor Valley & Nanga Parbat

The Nanga Parbat massif is the western anchor of the Great Himalaya. Its south (Rupal) face is a sheer 4500m wall, too steep for snow to stick – hence its name, Urdu for ‘Naked Mountain’. The north (Raikot) face steps down 7000m to the Indus. A large number of climbers have been killed trying to scale this mountain The hair-raising track beside it, up the Astor Valley and over the Burzil Pass, was the only link... Read More

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