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Unfortunately we went only 20 Km before the Pass as authorities do not let any tourist to visit the Pass, which is very sad and people come from around the word to visit this pass.
Karakoram highway is very good condition and views after Tashkurgan...More
Khunjerab Pass at elevation of 15,397 feet is a high mountain pass in the Karakoram Mountains in a strategic position on the northern border of Pakistan (Gilgit–Baltistan Hunza) and southwest border of the Xinjiang region of China. The weather was cool & nice. Ice were...More
Two hours along a terribly maintained road to the border where you have to stop 4 km away to get a photo. Nothing between tashkurgan and the border. No bathrooms. It's just a lonely gate you cannot go near in a beautiful 4,500 meter high...More
Visited this place in 3rd week of July. It's an amazing place with truly wonderful sceneries and mountains surrounding the pass. The road that enables one to reach this place in Pakistan is amazing and there are absolute mesmerising views all along the road. The...More
The journey from Karimabad to Khunjerab pass is one smooth ride. Just sit back and enjoy the ride and that is one relaxing experience.
Khunjerab Pass is definitely a destination worth visiting. It is the highest point of KKH and the highest international border in...More
I visited the Khunjerab Pass from the Chinese side (not crossing the frontier) It was spectacular. The mountains are incredible, one of the most spectacular roads on earth.
The pass can be closed due to weather or road conditions on either side. The road is...More
I had this unique experience of driving from Karachi till Khunjerab pass in two legs and it's worth it... The roads leading to the pass tempt you to drive high speeds on world s highest paved paths through the gigantic mountains and water flowing along......More
Last month i went with my family to Khunjerab Pass ( Pak China Border). It took us approx 3 hours to reach Khunjerab from Hunza as our stay was at PTDC motel Hunza. It was v cold there n it was raining as well as...More