Fairy Meadows is the heart of exotic North Pakistan and famous for its beautiful lush green plateaus and World’s ninth biggest mountain Nanga Parbat (the Killer Mountain) is located in Diamer District of Gilgit-Baltistan region, Pakistan. A night camping or […]
Fairy Meadows is the heart of exotic North Pakistan and famous for its beautiful lush green plateaus and World’s ninth biggest mountain Nanga Parbat (the Killer Mountain) is located in Diamer District of Gilgit-Baltistan region, Pakistan.
A night camping or stay in a traditionally constructed wooden cottage at Fairy Meadows with a breathtaking view of mighty Nanga Parbat’s North face is very unique and wonderful experience. Even more, if the sky is clear and night is a full moon. The cool moonlight reflecting from the gigantic majestic icy peak shows the real meaning of nature’s beauty and peace.
The first stop near Fairy Meadows is Raikot Bridge. It is located at an altitude of 4595 feet (1400 meters) above sea level and about 540 kilometers (336 miles) from Islamabad (the capital of Pakistan) when coming through Karakoram Highway.
From Raikot Bridge you can hire a local jeep to reach Tatoo Village at an altitude of 9515 feet (2900 meters) above sea level. It will take about half hour of an exciting journey to reach Tatoo Village.
Onwards from Tattu route becomes too narrow for a jeep to travel but not very difficult for trekking. After two to three hours of trekking depending on your fitness level, you’ll reach Fairy Meadows.
The best time to visit Fairy Meadows is between the end of June and middle of August. The place becomes inaccessible in winter due to heavy snowfall.
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