Pakistan Has the Highest Peak Points
This was a unique gathering of trekkers, hikers, and tourists, where participants expressed their views and opinions fervidly. They said that Pakistan had the highest peaks in the world. They also talked about Pakistan having the five highest peaks while there are a total of 14 mountains in the world, the highness of which is most significant all over the world.
Hamza Anis talked about his experiences. He said that he was very fortunate to reach the highest point of Khusar Gang peak. He also said that he cleaned some parts of the mountain with his hands. Female trekker Farah Mahmood completed the task of exploring a new pass of Shimshal valley in Hunza district along with her husband, Nasir Mahmood. She said that she had investigated an unnamed pass with her team. She said that they faced many challenges, but after completing their task, they had beautiful feelings of success, which cannot be expressed in words. Farah Mahmood also praised the friendly behavior of the local people of the valley.
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Naveed is another professional trekker who told the participants about his enterprise to Suaki sar in Allai valley. In contrast, Muhammad Ashfaq said the story of going to fifteen lakes in Darel valley.
Lovely Area of Swat Valley
Shaukat Ali Khan is a trekker, who belongs to Swat; he told that Swat was a lovely area. There were many beautiful and cultural heritage sites. Shaukat Ali Khan tried to inspire every trekker to make them willing to visit these sites located in Swat. Arshad Khan told about his experience of going to Haramosh La Pass, and Mobeen Mazhar talked about visiting Vargerav pass.
Balochistan a Unique Province of Pakistan
One more fervid trekker, Aziz Ahmad Jamali, spoke about Balochistan telling that Balochistan was a unique province of Pakistan. He said Balochistan was home to different ranges, passes, rocks and terrains. He advised new trekkers and hikers to visit Balochistan in the first instance so that they could witness the unique landscape of this province of Pakistan.
Shehroz Kashif is one youngest trekker of Pakistan; he has the privilege of making the world record as the most inexperienced trekker to reach the broad peak. He said climbing the mountains was a challenging task, but scaling the peak gave him a sense of quite an achievement.