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Khunjerab National Park

Islamabad Pakistan, Pakistan
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I rode on a Yak on the Khunjerab Pass with some friends from the Red Cross.

Amazing scenery and a trek back in time on the Khunjerab Pass near to the Chinese border. Some of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wanda_Halpert
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Vancouver, Canada
Freezing yet memorable experince

Visiting Khunjerab pass was always on my must do list. I was able to make it in July 2014 with my... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2017
Ali S
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing scenery and a trek back in time on the Khunjerab Pass near to the Chinese border. Some of the highest peaks in the world. So beautiful.

Thank Wanda_Halpert
Reviewed 10 March 2017 via mobile

Visiting Khunjerab pass was always on my must do list. I was able to make it in July 2014 with my spouse & 2 kids (age 9&6). Served with an excellent road, only hiccup back then was crossing mighty Ataabad lake (now a tunnel links...More

Thank Ali S
Reviewed 6 February 2017

I see that most reviewers have actually mentioned Khunjerab Pass in their review of Khunjerab National Park (KNP). These are two different places though for most of its length, Khunjerab Pass passes through KNP. Khunjerab Pass is a mountain pass on Karakoram Range that connects...More

1  Thank flyfisher66
Reviewed 3 December 2016

Strangest feeling you ever had thinking you are at height and still world highest ATM. And it border lovely best to go its life time experience

Thank MubasharMustafa
Reviewed 17 November 2016

Beautiful view into China! A great road trip along the Karakoram highway to the border following the river. Air is quite thin as its 4,693 m (15,397 ft) above sea level and can get very chilly but a must do if you are visiting the...More

Thank Gemma L
Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

Khunjerab Pass is Border of Pakistan and China located on altitude of approximately 15400ft and one the beautiful places on earth

Thank Haris A
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Really Amazing every one should visit once in life . I have visited this place with my colleagues, best in july and close in november. Misgar Fort also a visiting point beside this location.

Thank ahmedjagwal
Reviewed 19 May 2016

One of the best places in northern Pakistan. Only accessible in summers. Its the highest border (Pak-China) of the world appox 15000ft above sea level.

Thank RaheelR
Reviewed 28 January 2016

Pakistan and China, the two friendly neighboring countries separated by the highest mountainous range of the world The Karakorum ranges. The only place connecting two countries together over this mountainous range is The Khunjerab Pass, at the height of 16,200 ft. Khunjerab Pass is the...More

2  Thank Nawab T
Reviewed 25 November 2015

If you want to have a trip to Khunjerab National Park. First you have to take a van from gilgit and reach passu. After that it took 3hr to reach Khunjerab Zero Point. A beautiful view.

2  Thank Faraz566
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