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Jewel Of Hindukush

Tirichmir stands tall and proud with elevation of 7,708 m in the Hindukush . Its truly masjectic... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2018
Daniyah S
Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan
" Queen of Mountains"

Tirich Mir is the highest peak of Hindukush range having elevation of 7,708 m,the Valley of Tirich... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2018
Peshawar, Pakistan
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At nearly 8 km., this is the highest mountain of the Fokker range.
Chitral 54000, Pakistan
+92 346 9895720
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Reviewed 24 July 2018

Tirichmir stands tall and proud with elevation of 7,708 m in the Hindukush . Its truly masjectic and needs to be scaled and its adjoining area requires lot of exploration . Highly recommend its basecamp treks to anyone interested . Personally I am far more...More

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Reviewed 15 May 2018

Tirich Mir is the highest peak of Hindukush range having elevation of 7,708 m,the Valley of Tirich lies in upper chitral,its a journey of 6 to 7 hrs from the main town of chitral by Jeep.The peak was climbed by Norwegian expedition in 1950.

Thank jalilahmed80
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Tirich Mir is a very impressive snow capped mountain that towers over Chitral and can be seen from great distances when it is clear at the summit. From Mastuj one can get a good view of this massive sentinel with a telescopic lens.

Thank Naveed S
Reviewed 17 July 2017

Stayed for five days in chitral but managed to have a glimpse of this majestic peak only on last 2 days as mostly it is covered with clouds. First rays of rising sun make it a sight to cherish for the rest of your life....More

Thank Imran A
Reviewed 17 June 2017

One of the highest peak in Hindukush, Terichmir, 7708 meters, inviting the trekkers and climbers all over the world to come and scale it. It could be approached from 2 directions, from Owir side, from Barum glacier, the base camp could be approached in 2...More

Thank ImranSchah
Reviewed 23 September 2015 via mobile

a trur symbol of Chitral can seen from miles away Ranked 40th in world and 19th in Pakistan is the highest peak in Hindukush range Only once 1952 a Norwegians team was successful to climb it and after that all efforts resulted in vain Home...More

Thank Khalil A
Reviewed 16 September 2015

Led a party of British and Pakistan Army Cadets to the old Norwegian Base Camp 2 on the North Barum Glacier back in 1995. Evidence of glacier receding was spectacular.

Thank AllanandAnna
Reviewed 2 June 2015

You cant miss it - on the way to Kalash valley - Torch Mir majestically towers in the background, The locals talk about magical fairies that live on the mountaintop. Stunning pictures possible.

Thank SwiftTortoise
Reviewed 27 December 2014 via mobile

On the way from Kalasha valleys to Chitral city, the Tirich Mir is sometimes visible and is a wonderful sight to behold. Though distant, but serves as a majestic backdrop to photos taken en route.

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