and beautiful shot! Thanks for sharing! Afzal
Thanks ! I have a doubt: the camp is called Hispang or Huspang ? Both ?
Do you know Mr Fida Hussein, guide and member of Masherbrum Skardu hotel in Skardu, and Jahangir Sha from Aliabad (Hunza), a stong guide ?
Thanks, the camp is known as Kheuspang. Yes I know all the people of Gilgit-Baltistan, who are related with the adventure tourism in Pakistan. Best regards, Afzal
To repeat, a very difficult genus identification-wise. Looks close to the image of Rhodiola pamiroalaica (have not yet been able to work out all the synonyms - so cannot tally with Stewart, in his ‘An Annotated Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of Pakistan & Kashmir’. Also close to image named as Rhodiola tibetica in 'Himalayan Plants Illustrated' - this was known to Stewart as Sedum tibeticum with records from Chitral, Swat, Astor, Baltistan & Ladakh @ 3600-5800m. At present I do not know how to distinguish between these two (and any other candidates identification-wise).
Thank you very much for all your informations. As you say, it's very hard to find the real name of those plants. Best regards