Mingli Sar is a mountain located in the Shimshal valley in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The mountain, located in the Karakoram mountain range, is 6050 meters high and located at the southernmost part of the Pamir mountain range. It was first climbed in 1988 by the famous Pakistani climber Nazir Sabir. Shimshal lake sits at the base of the mountain. China is located to the north, while to the left is the Hindukush mountain range. K2 is located on the south eastern side of the valley.
From Shimshal Pass we will attempt the mountain of Mingli Sar (translated as ‘the place above where the Yaks graze’.
Shimshal Minglik sar and Chapchigal pass trek offer best Kararakams views its mountains are some of the toughest, with some high virgin peaks with this background we take you to an ascent of a 6,050 meters high trekking Peak, The beautiful valley of Shimshal constitutes the northern most Pamir mountain ranges of Pakistan.
This is one of the most beautiful points in the valley as the Shimshal Lake surrounds it. The mountain of Mingli Sar is in front of it. From here one can have the glimpses of Karakoram Mountains, located just south of it. The world largest glaciers are located on the South eastern side of this valley. To the North is located the province of China while to the left are Hindu kush ranges and their beautiful pastures. K2 located on the southern eastern side of this valley. Shimshal Minglik sar and Chapchigal pass trekking begins from Islamabad and drive on the Karakoram Highway to Passu towards upper Hunza,
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Shimshal and Boiber Valleys