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30 Photos Of Hiking The Afghanistan Pamir

The Afghanistan Pamir Mountains are one of the most remote and beautiful regions of the planet. Populated in the Little Pamir by a small community of Kyrgyz, it’s a stunning 4 day hike up and down the side of mountains and across valley plains to reach them.

It feels like you are in a fantasy movie with the scenery and vibe.

Ruined villages such as Langar, with their crumbling buildings and graveyard overshadowed by the towering Pamir Mountains. Kyrgyz traders carrying their goods with yak caravans. Walking with shepherds attending their flock as the sun sets. It

There are so many smaller stories from the 10 days spent in the Pamir Region that roll into one huge adventure. These 30 photos from that journey will give you a rough idea of what some of it is like.

I recommend using SafetyWing Travel Insurance for your trip, just in case, it’s best to be prepared.

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If you are interested in doing this yourself I have written a long and detailed post on how you can here.

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11 thoughts on “30 Photos Of Hiking The Afghanistan Pamir”

  1. Pierre-Luc - Explorer la planète

    This place of the wolrd is so amazing because i’ts so preserved. The people look so authentic and pleased to meet you. You would publish pictures from that part of the world for ever and I would never get bored! Thanks for sharing your adventures. 😉

  2. Taxi services in agra

    So beautiful place and amazing places you recommend of that beautiful palce and so stunning photos you captured of that awesome place.

  3. Katie - Round The World Magazine

    Absolutely beautiful! This is a hike we’d love to do, completely off the beaten path! I like the different hot and cold landscapes, or was it always cold? Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. It’s an awesome hike! It was warm in the day and cold at night. That was end of September/early October. I may be running a tour to Afghanistan this summer. Do you think that would be something that may interest you? Want to get feedback. You can send me email from top of website in menu bar.

  5. Katie -Round The World Magazine

    We’d definitely be interested, what’s the situation with visas? (We’re from the UK)

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