Babusar Pass

Babusar Pass, commonly known as Babusar Top makes the boundary between the Hazara district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Diamer district of Gilgit-Baltistan. At an altitude of 4173 m. /13,691 ft., the pass offers superb panorama of sweeping Kaghan Valley on one side while a steep road zig zagging towards the village of Babusar in Chilas region. On an open day, there is a good chance of viewing distant huge mass on Nanga Parbat, the second tallest peak in Pakistan after K2. Babusar Pass is the most interesting and picturesque tour option from Naran as its connected by a good quality black top asphalt road, while it also serves as substitute route for north bound tourists and travelers, driving to Gilgit, Hunza or Skardu. Form Naran, its at a distance of kms, crossing the villages of Batakundi, Burwaii, Jalkhad and Besal en route. A scenic area of Gitidas lies just below the pass and resembles the plains of DeoSai.

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