Gilgit - Baltistan Khunzhrav National Park 12 years ago Pamir Times FacebookTwitterLinkedinby Ali Rehmat Musofer More Photographs of Khunzhrav Valley [ by Asghar Khan] About Author Pamir Times administrator Pamir Times is the pioneering community news and views portal of Gilgit – Baltistan, Kohistan, Chitral and the surrounding mountain areas. It is a voluntary, not-for-profit, non-partisan and independent venture initiated by the youth. See author's posts FacebookTwitterLinkedinShare this:WhatsAppTweetLike this:Like Loading... 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The park is adjacent to Taxkorgan of China This park was created on 29 April 1975. Khunjerab Villager Organization (KVO) community organization and Forest Department Govt of Pakistan are the two stakeholders of this park. Over half of the park is above 4,000m. Although KNP is conservation area but due to the Karakurum High way consistently lives of these species in danger, because the border security forces, Pakistan customs and Immigration department personals are using weapon inside the park, and it raise the panic for these species. I hope our high authorities will enhance the conservation process and stop illegal weapons inside the Park. Javed Aly DUS, TJK wow thats a beautiful place….i have never visited this place Click on the link for full screen view and to save as a wall paper. and for more pictures of Khunzhrav Wuyin (Pass) 4,713 m (GPS). http://spatialworld.multiply.com/photos/album/15/KHUNZHRAV_VALLEY#63 video clips of Khunzhrav Valley: http://youtube.com/alimusofer some more information Khunjerab National Park occupies 2,269 kilometres upper Hunza Gojal and is Pakistan’s second largest National Park. The Khunjerab National Park beings 30 kilometres from Sost. The hills stand back from the road, the valley opens out and the Khunjerab dwindles back its banks. Asghar Khan Sales Manager Serena Hotels Pakistan Khunjerab is a high alpine park and the weather is strongly influenced by altitude. Winters are cold and windy. Snow accumulates at higher elevations and blows around elsewhere. Spring is cool but pleasant. Snowmelt dates in the higher meadows and passes varies between years. The summer is a great time to visit Khunjerab. July is probably the best time to see the alpine flowers blooming. Even during the summer there is snow and or freezing rain. The signboard….? When ever I am up in the mountains I do visit the naional park in summers. But It was winters of 1997, an experience and skillful driver from Jamalabad ( I am sorry I just forgot his name—-) took Ali Qurban and myself to the National Park. what a great visit- we did enjoy the difficult trip, watched wild animanls traversing the counters right at Deh. That demonstrated an effort of partnership of community, government and other stakeholders in conservation program. I have limited knowledge of the latest about the progress on conservation in the KJ national park. If there are any issues ( keeping guns) in the national, I would say the community must take a lead role to improve conservation efforts. It was good to see at least one comment by Javed Aly on KJ national park which is a vital subject and project. Darjat Islamabad A real beauty, its so glamour Širin Lolve Nungeṣ̌ ki kumd sašt nivšit yowi Jrab nast pemecn destan, balki Yemi ẓ̌ravi (Zhrav-Stream), yani “Xыn e ẓ̌rav”, na ki “Xыn e Jrab”. Bidabi mar maof carit. Sav e Amkor Ali Musofer i m the the employ of KNP n i m in P F I Peshawar to get the training of Divisional Forest Officer.Its infact one of the version parks in the world.as we r lucky that any one can sight the wildlife from the KKH sitting in his vehicle. have a wounderful park. Facts and figure about Khunzhrav National Park in gojal.net http://www.gojal.net/sights$%20sounds_Khunjerab%20National%20Park.htm itz simply awesome Comments are closed.