This wonderful trek is connects The Chilinji Pass leading from ishkoman broghil & Wakhan corridor in to Chapursan valley upper Hunza. This trek has been a restricted for the recent centuries. It therefore remains one of Pakistan’s most remote treks. It takes trekkers from the Ishkoman Valley to the Chapursan Ziarat, a journey through richly contrasting landscapes. It is also spelled as Chilinji. This unique combination trek runs through a sanctuary of savage beauty traversing over 4575m Darkot, 4320m Karambar and 5291m Chilinji passes of the Karakoram and Hindukush ranges parallel to the Wakhan Corridor.
Touching the beauties of attractions of Chitral and the Kalash valleys-the home of the Kafir-Kalash or “Wearers of the Black Robe”, a primitive pagan tribe. The pass is 6 miles to the north of Koz Sar peak. To the west of the pass is river Karambar that is known as Ishkoman River south of Imit, and joins Ghizar River at Gahkuch to become Gilgit River. To the east of the pass is Chapursan River that flows southeast and joins Hunza River at Khudabad at Karakorum Highway. As such, Chillinji pass is the closes natural path between upper Gilgit, Hunza and Chitral valleys.
- TransportationJeep, Bus
- Max Altitude4247 m
- Air TicketIncluded
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