On Sunday, the occupants of Gilgit-Baltistan got their first real taste of winter as the valleys of the region’s districts received snow four years later. These crossing mountains attract a large number of climbers from all over the world every year. Even some have lost their lives in their efforts to reach these high distances.
After a juggernaut on the Karakoram highway, a narrow alley turns toward Skardu. During the seven-hour plan, someone is welcomed with some canals, fountains, and a close-up of people nearby. Shortly after the intersection, an old wooden pier worked on the Indus River, a man covered by Shengerella. This is where Arif Aslam, chairman of Shangrila Resorts, has created a wonderful world among dreamlike mountains. The village is high altitude, where the clear water of Kachura Lake is surrounded by old sensational trees. It is a dazzling sight to watch the dawn rise behind the mountains. This was the first time I saw such a calm sunrise in Sindh.
The Indus River changes during different seasons. According to turquoise waters in the shore during winter and different shades of Tibetan imagination during the summers, the tiger’s mouth causes Sindh’s intoxication, which is why it is otherwise called the ‘lion river’. At this point, Kharpocha Fort looks for slopes, a development that is 600 years old. It was worked by Balti ruler Ali Sher Khan Anchan. When considered incompetent, this fortified stronghold is now available for endurance. Busy However, despite this fact of ruins, Kharapochu still maintains its prominence. The view over the fort from the fort at full moon overnight is a sight that is hard to miss.
The sand on the town side, otherwise known as the Virus Desert, is a miracle in itself. Solid winds blow through the air like travelers. At this high and cold place, this desert is an unusual attraction. Moving beyond Skardu Bazaar, an alley paves the way for the world’s tallest fields, to Desai, and a similar street can be seen at Sadapara Lake, where a dam is built at this location. The only habitat remains on the banks of Lake Sudapara. Half of it is submerged in water, and the rest of it is currently three rooms. Throughout the full moon night, Sadapara Lake looks amazing. In the mountains, it rains sooner than the fields, and this shine lasts for a few minutes. The crossing of Syria and before sunset is a confrontation that cannot be presented in words to anyone who has not witnessed it.
“This is surprising, especially during the day’s holidays,” said Ghanche resident Raza Mohammad, who recorded several snowfall events in recent days. Raza said of the crystal core that covered the scene, “Normally the winter has created extraordinary cooling, as well as the snow, has made our life shadier.” Due to the ongoing snowfall, traffic was stopped at the parkways in high places in Astor, Baltistan and Hunza, and Gojal valleys. Gilgit city was a special case, but the snow fell on the leaves.
A 12-degree temperature drop makes life difficult for locals who face severe conditions as water stables are stable and heat substitutes are limited. Yassin Geyser resident Ghulam Nabi said the temperature dropped to 12 degrees and snow continued to pour into the valley. Nevertheless, this did not fail the residents of Gilgit City who went on to praise the day. “It is so flawless, we are very happy about it,” said Khalid Hussain, a Gilgit resident who lives in Gujral on Sunday. Similarly, two or three spontaneous collisions have occurred in the area but there are no casualties. According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, in the coming days, the district will receive more snow at higher altitudes and colder climates.