Naltar pasture is located about an hour and a half or maximum two hours’ drive from Gilgit city. It is mostly dwelled by a special tribe of nomads (Gujars). Naltar is also well known for growing special potatoes.

An hour flight with a superb areal view or two easy days drive along the KKH takes you to Gilgit. If you arrive in Gilgit by air, you have then time for the day excursion to Bagrot valley or to nearby Karga Buddha and local markets. You still can continue to Naltar on the same day.

This trek takes you from the Karakoram range to the Hindukush range only in a week.

At the end of trek, you can spend a night in Hunza and it takes about 3 hours one way. Explore Hunza valley and surroundings and start your journey back to Gilgit and then to Islamabad via the same way.

At a Glance

Day 1: Arrival at Islamabad, transfer to hotel
Day 2: Drive to Chilas. (Hotel)
Day 3: Drive to Gilgit, visit bazar in the afternoon. (Hotel)
Day 4: Drive to Nalter (2 hours). (Camp)
Day 5: 
Trek from Nalter lake to lower shanni (4-5 hours). (Camp)
Day 6:  Trek to base camp (5-6 hours). (Camp)
Day 7: Base camp to Karibort (6-7 hours). (Camp)
Day 8: Karibort to Pakora (6-7 hours). (Camp)
Day 9: Drive to Gilgit. (Hotel)
Day 10: Drive to Karimabad, visit local bazar. (Hotel)
Day 11: Visit Altit fort and Baltit for in Hunza, In the afternoon drive back to Gilgit. (Hotel)
Day 12: Drive to Besham. (Hotel)
Day 13: Drive to Islamabad. (Hotel)
Day 14: Fly back home-end of services.