Beautifull picture of a very impressive mountain! Thanks for posting!
Thank you very much for your kind words to my photo. Best regards, Afzal
I want to go there one day and do a circle all around Nanga Parbat.
Thank you very much for your nice comments. You are welcome to my country and I promise you a hourney of lifetime to see Pakistan's most incredible places and friendly faces. Fairy meadows trek is one of the most fomous and beautiful trek in Pakistan. You can reach there from Islamabad within two days. The round trp from Islamabad is about 7 days and if you will time there you can climb some below 6000 peaks also. From here you can trek within one day to the base of Nanga Parbat. The around Nanga Parbat is also very famous trek in Pakistan and round Nanga Parbat Trip can be possible with 14 days from round Islamabad. Thanks again for your vote and nice comments.
Best regsrds, Afzal
It's almost like looking at two seasons from the same spot. Fantastic. Greetings, Henryk.
Thanks for your kind comments to my photo. The Fairy Meadows is very beautiful place located in the western himalayas. The summer season in this place is very pleasant. The best trekking season in the area is from the month of May to End of October each year. However on the Nanga Parbat, the weather condition is very cold. Beside all this, this year a winter expedition is here in Pakistan for climbing this great mountain during the month of December 2007 to February 2008.
Thanks and best wishes and regards, Afzal
I couldn't get a photo of this classic shot because of bad weather. Am I right in saying this is Beyal in the foreground?
Thanks for your vote. Yes you are right about foreground,
How many meters of elevation between Fairy Meadows and Nanga Parbat summit? Wow! I checked and it is almost 5000! Herman Buhl first ascent solo without oxygen! Considering the awesome dangers of this peak and time it was climbed this has to be one of, if not THE greatest mountaineering achievment in human history.
Thank you so much for your kind comments and vote.
No THAT is what I call Shangri La, for real!
Thank you so much Tim! for your nice remarks and vote.