BROGHIL PASS & KARAMBAR LAKE TREK
If you’re a lover of truly off-the-beaten-path travel, then there isn’t a single trek in Pakistan that I could recommend more than the hike from Broghil Valley to Karambar Lake. Broghil is one of the most remote valleys in all of Pakistan, as it borders Afghanistan’s Wakhan Corridor.
From the last village of Lashkargaz, the journey to one of Pakistan’s highest (and most biologically active) lakes begins. Expect for it to take between 9-10 hours to reach the lake and another 8-9 hours to return back to Broghil.
Despite being most accessible from Lashkargaz (which is a part of Upper Chitral, KPK) the lake is actually a part of Ishkoman Valley, Gilgit Baltistan. Accessing the lake from Ishkoman is physically easier than the Broghil route, but challenging to gain access to for both locals and foreigners.
Region: Upper Chitral & Gilgit Baltistan