Trekking to Fairy Meadows Pakistan
Fairy Meadows Pakistan is named by an Australian climber “Hermann Buhl” in 1953, because of its bewitching beauty. He was the first to mount the Nanga Parbat.
The Fairy Meadows has since long been an electrifying destination for the followings:
- nature enthusiastic
- wildlife researchers
- polo lovers who spend here a couple of days for real exploration
Trekking to Fairy Meadows
Fairy Meadows to Beyal Camp (2 hours one way) is at a height of 3500 m. It is usually 2 hours one way for trekking in Fairy Meadows, not difficult and but a bit easy than others.
The first route started on a flat path, through the dense Fairy Meadows forest, along the hills, overlooking Nanga Parbat and Raikot Glacier to the left. This trail lasts about an hour through the jungle in flat terrain, passing through several streams until you reach an opening where you will see the village covered by Nanga Parbat in the distance.
Congratulations, you have arrived at Camp Bill. You can have a cup of coffee or walk for another 30 minutes on the way, and then you will reach the observation point 3667 meters high, where you can observe Raikot Glacier and Nanga Parbat up close.
This trail is just a simple outing, so it is ideal for those who don’t want to walk too much, but if you want to hike more, you can follow the road to Nanga Parbat base camp. Part of this road is just a simple outing, so it is ideal for those who don’t want to walk too much, but if you want to hike more, you can follow the road to Nanga Parbat base camp.
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Beyal camp to Nanga Parbat base camp can be difficult for the trekkers and can be done in 3 hours one way at a height of 3,967 m. From a 30-minute perspective to the Beyal camp, you will have to climb a ridge for another 30 minutes, then cross the rocky glacier to reach the base camp. Be careful with this, because the trail is getting steeper, and quieter, and the scenery is getting more and more beautiful. After reaching the glacier, you will have to return to the Crystal Plains, where you will find the Nanga Parbat base camp at an altitude of 3900 meters.
You will no longer have the feeling of imagining yourself walking through an imaginary forest, and you will be surrounded by ice and rocks. Fairy Meadows Road is pretty unpredictable and dangerous sometimes. You can hire a local tour guide or an expert travel agency to travel to Fairy Meadows Skardu.