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Pakora Pass Trek

Location: Pakora Pass, Pakistan


A bridge made from available resources

In the beginning we cheated... Hitched a ride on the back of a tractor and shaved 3 hours off the beginning of our trek.

Alpine flowers blanket the hillside of Upper Shani (the place of fairies). Didn't see any fairies tho.

First camp below the pass. Morning breakfast wrapped in a sleeping bag. Beautiful.

Over the pass and stoked

Pakora pass, still covered in snow in the middle of summer.

Attack of the goats! Pete defends the camp.

The view of the descent from the other side of the pass. To put things into perspective Pete is the tiny spec standing on the glacier 1/3 up from the botton, one 1/3 of the way across from the left.

Pakistan is so barren that we appreciate the rare patches of green

Another mad bridge seen from the clifftop above

It's a friggin long way down too

He's a menace that Peter Jobson. Probably took some poor bugger years to build this trail and he sends it back down the mountain



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In the beginning we cheated... Hitched a ride on the back of a tractor and shaved 3 hours off the beginning of our trek.

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A bridge made from available resources

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First camp below the pass. Morning breakfast wrapped in a sleeping bag. Beautiful.

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Alpine flowers blanket the hillside of Upper Shani (the place of fairies). Didn't see any fairies tho.

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Pakora pass, still covered in snow in the middle of summer.

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Over the pass and stoked

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The view of the descent from the other side of the pass. To put things into perspective Pete is the tiny spec standing on the glacier 1/3 up from the botton, one 1/3 of the way across from the left.

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Attack of the goats! Pete defends the camp.

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Another mad bridge seen from the clifftop above

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Pakistan is so barren that we appreciate the rare patches of green

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He's a menace that Peter Jobson. Probably took some poor bugger years to build this trail and he sends it back down the mountain

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It's a friggin long way down too