CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran visiting the Lower Kachura Lake, also known as Shangrila Lake, is a lake in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, near the city of Skardu. It has had an operational resort on its bank since 1983, at a height of 2,500 metres.
CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran visiting the Nanga Parbat, also known as Diamer, is the world’s ninth highest mountain, with an elevation of 8,126 metres above sea level.
CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran exploring Rama Lake, is a lake in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, located near Astore. It is located in the Astore Valley, which is lightly forested with oak trees and other vegetation.
CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran exploring Upper Kachura Lake. Due to its rugged terrain and lack of infrastructure, the Upper Kachura Lake’s beauty is almost unspoiled and mostly unexplored by visitors.
CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran at Deosai National Park, is a high-altitude alpine plain and National Park in Gilgit Baltistan, situated between the districts of Skardu, Astore, and Kharmang. Skardu District encompasses the majority of the territory.
CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran exploring Sheosar Lake, is an alpine lake in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan’s Deosai National Park. It stands at 4,142 metres above sea level.
CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran at Ratti Gali Lake, is an alpine glacial lake in Pakistan’s Azad Kashmir province of Neelum Valley. The lake is at an elevation of 3,683 metres. The lake is fed by the mountain’s surrounding glacier waters.
CH Farrukh Ahmad Kamran at bridge of The Kunhar River, also known as River Kunhar, is a 166-kilometer-long river in northern Pakistan, primarily in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It’s part of the Indus River’s watershed. NainSukh was its previous name.