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Karakoram Highway Bike Tour - Mountain Trails Pakistan
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Karakoram Highway Bike Tour

Nagar Valley, Hunza Valley, Gilgit Baltistan

Karakoram Highway Bike Tour

per person

Karakoram is a Turkish language it means ‘crumbling rock’ is an incredible feat of engineering. The original track started from Xian in China, Karakoram highway, connecting the Northern Areas of Pakistan to the ancientSilk Road, runs approximately 1,300 km from Kashgar, to Havelian, located in the Abbottabad District of Pakistan.

As it became popular, the route was used by the invaders, raiders, explorers, hunters, missionaries and philosophers. Buddhism, Islam and Christianity came to this region through the Silk Route. The road has also given mountaineers and trekkers easier access to the many high mountains in the area. High mountain ranges and glaciers are visible from the road, which also passes through green valleys of great natural beauty. Rock art and petroglyphs are found all along the road.

The Silk Road construction started from 1966 and completed in 1978(20 years)During construction 810 Pakistani and 82 Chinese workers lost their lives, mostly in landslides and falls, while building the Karakoram Highway. .

Pick and Drop Location

New Islamabad International Airport (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • Domestic Air fares
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Professional Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location


  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Camera
  • Upper- Jacket


Islamabad – Gilgit – Hunza – Gulmit – Sost – Khunjerab Pass – Passu – Hunza Valley- Hoper – Hunza – Rest Day – Gilgit – Naltar – Gilgit – Islamabad

10 Days
12+ Age

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