Welcome to Passu, a charming village nestled in the heart of Gojal Valley, Upper Hunza, within the captivating Gilgit-Baltistan region of Northern Pakistan. Situated along the iconic Karakoram Highway, Passu has earned its reputation as a sought-after tourist destination, drawing visitors from around the globe to experience its accessible panoramic landscapes.

Passu unfolds against the backdrop of the awe-inspiring Passu Sar mountain, soaring to a height of 7,478 meters, the majestic Passu Glacier, and the captivating Tupopdan, also known as ‘Passu Cones’ or ‘Passu Cathedral,’ standing tall at 6,106 meters. This scenic village, located along the Hunza River, is approximately 20 kilometers from Gulmit, the tehsil headquarters of Gojal, and about 147 kilometers upriver from Gilgit.

Nestled near the tongues of both the Passu and Batura Glaciers, Passu offers a unique vantage point to witness the magnificence of these colossal ice formations. The Batura Glacier, extending over 56 kilometers, is the seventh-longest non-polar glacier globally, reaching remarkably close to the highway.

Passu is not just a visual treat; it’s a gateway to explore the wonders of the Gojal Valley. Tupopdan, with its distinctive cones, proudly graces the northern skyline, earning its place as the most photographed peak in the region. Surrounding Passu are the formidable peaks of Pasu Sar, Shispare Sar, and Batura, creating a landscape that beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike.

Discover the allure of Passu, where accessible beauty meets towering peaks, creating an unforgettable experience in the heart of the Gilgit-Baltistan region.

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