Naltar Pass Trek



Maximum Height





4600 m


8 Days

Hidden in the mountains a dramatic, barren gorge 19 km long is surprisingly green and lush valley of Naltar. Some climatic quirk gives Naltar about 410mm of rainfall per year, more than three times that of Gilgit and the valley is heavily wooded with pine, spruce, birch, rowan and juniper.

Naltar village at 2800m has an army ski-training resort and is a good place to chill out and take a short easy trek around the valley. It is also starting point for two longer treks, one across the Naltar Pass 4600m to Ishkoman and the other across the Daintar Pass 4636m to Chalt.

8 Days Itinerary:

Day 01: Gilgit
We may reach Gilgit either by road or by air. On arrival transfer to hotel and check in, overnight stay in hotel at Gilgit.

Day 02: Gilgit - Naltar
This is jeep drive to Naltar, on arrival transfer to hotel and check in, overnight stay in hotel at Naltar.

Day 03: Naltar - Naltar Lake
After breakfast we will start our trek to Naltar Lake.
Trek: 4-5 hours, climb 400m (Tent)

Day 04: Naltar Lake - Lower Shani
Today we will walk through the valley surrounded by pine trees and will camp at lower Shani 3700m.
Trek: 4-5 hours, climb 500m (Tent)

Day 05: Lower Shani - Naltar Base Camp
We will trek within the grazing yaks and horses to Naltar Base Camp.
Trek: 4-5 hours, climb 500m (Tent)

Day 06: Naltar Base Camp - Kruibokht
Today we will cross Naltar Pass, where we will also enjoy the landscape of Shispar Peak 7716m.
Trek: 6-7 hours, climb 400m, descend 1000m (Tent)

Day 07-08: Kruibokht - Pakora - Gilgit

We will go down to Pakora and from there we will take jeep ride to Gilgit. Overnight stay in hotel at Gilgit.
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