Fairy Meadows, named by German climbers (German Märchenwiese, ″fairy tale meadows″)and locally known as Joot,is a grassland near one of the base camp sites of the Nanga Parbat, located in Diamer District, Gilgit-Baltistan,
The huge mountain is not a single peak, but a series of ridges culminating in an ice crest 8126m high ranked ninth highest in the world and second highest in Pakistan.
After K-2, the name Nanga Parbat is Kashmiri for (Naked Mountains) in Shina by the local from the region Diamiri, while means King of Mountains, Nanga Parbat give the nick name killer Mountains, 20 climbers, and 23 Sherpas have last their lives.
The first German climber Herman- Buhle got on the summit in 1953. After a long offer from Riakot face of Nanga Parbat situated in the last end of Himalaya on the Kohistan Region of Astore valley.
|Day-01||Islamabad- Rawalpindi (sightseeing)|
|Day-02||Drive to Chilas on Karakorum highway 11-12 hrs|
|Day-03||Chilas- Raikot Bridge- Tato village and trek to Fairy Meadows 3306m|
|Day-04||Excursion to Nanga Parbat base camp 4200m, back to Beyal for overnight|
|Day-05||Excursion to Jaliper Peak base camp, back to Beyal camp|
|Day-06||Trek back to Fairy Meadows|
|Day-07||Trek down to Tato village and drive to Naran via Babusar Pass|
|Day-08||Drive back to Islamabad 6-7 hrs en-route visit Taxila museum|
|Day-09||Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight|