The valley is prominently accepted to be the motivation for the legendary valley of Shangri-la in James Hilton’s 1933 novel Lost Horizon. As one goes up on the Karakoram Highway, the lovely views continue uncovering themselves. In transit one can witness the 65 km long “Batura” ice sheet, the second longest in Pakistan, encompass by Shishper, Batura and Kumpirdior crests.
On achieving Sost one can proceed with the adventure up to Khunzhrav or swing west to witness the spiritualist magnificence of Chipursan (additionally Chapursan) valley. Chipursan valley has some of most fascinating visitor spots in the range. In Yarzerech (additionally Yarzirich).
you can observe the glorious Kundahill top (6000 m), or trek along the Rishepzhurav to the Kundahill to encounter the mitigating views. Past Yarzerech you can set out further to Lupghar, Raminj, Reshit, Yishkuk up to Bobo Ghundi (Oston), the altar of Baba-e-Ghund, a holy person from Afghanistan close to the fringe amongst Pakistan and Wakhan locale of Afghanistan
The delightful valley of Kashmir considered as “paradise on earth” stays as the valley of fear based oppression as well as its infection and worms likewise spread to both opponent countries and further on. In 1935, the Great Britain Lord for Indian states sold Kashmir valley to a Hindu Prince on 60 years rent.