route was extensively used to connect the Silk Route
with the Indian Sub-continent, China and Tibet. Mr.
H. W. Tilman, an English trekker claimed in 1937 that
he had seen the footprints of Yeti on the glacier.
same way used to serve the people of Hunza to invade Askoli,
which later served as a more progressive way between Hunza and
Askoli as the people of Hunza came over to Askoli to play POLO
with the people of Askoli.
life-long experience ends at the beautiful Hunza Valley; the
Valley of Eternal Youth & home of the most progressive people
as compared to other parts of Northern Areas. In Karimabad,
we visit Altit and Baltit Forts and enjoy the view from the
roof-top of the Baltit fort which is an unforgettable experience.
The people of Hunza are known for their longevity in the world.
Glaciologists after conducting tests on the snow lake confirmed
that the thickness of snow is one mile deep. Here one can observe
the rare species of animals in abundance like snow leopards,
Himalayan bears, Ibex, Markhore and some times the Marcopolo