Fairy Meadows., Hunza

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    Nanga Parbat from the Fairy Meadows
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    Fairy Meadows.

    by TOOCOOL Written May 26, 2003

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    Nanga Parbat from the Fairy Meadows

    Favorite thing: Fairy Meadows lie below the Killer Mountain, Nanga Parbat, which is the largest mountain in the world and the last bastion of the Great Himalayas in the West. Below it lie the calm and serene Fairy Meadows, one of the most beautiful places in this world and a definite must-see on everybody's list. The Fairy Meadows are the base-camp of Nanga Parbat but it is possible to go there for even simple normal people who have no trekking experience. The Fairy Meadows lie at a height of 3200 m and are full of trees, sparkling streams, wild flowers and a few lakes along with vast meadows with horses grazing in them.

    Fondest memory: Fairy Meadows lie below the Killer Mountain, Nanga Parbat, which is the largest mountain in the world and the last bastion of the Great Himalayas in the West. Below it lie the calm and serene Fairy Meadows, one of the most beautiful places in this world and a definite must-see on everybody's list. The Fairy Meadows are the base-camp of Nanga Parbat but it is possible to go there for even simple normal people who have no trekking experience. The Fairy Meadows lie at a height of 3200 m and are full of trees, sparkling streams, wild flowers and a few lakes along with vast meadows with horses grazing in them. Check my Photo Album "Fairy Meadows" on my Home Page for more info on this place.

    Related to:
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Mountain Climbing
    • Camping

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