Two female university students successfully climbed Minglik Peak(6050m)

Two female students of Department of Tourism & Hospitality Management from Karakoram International University (KIU) Hunza Campus, Nadeema Sahar, and Samana Rahim successfully scaled 6050 high Minglik Peak in Shimshal valley of Hunza.

Minglik Peak is located in the Shimshal Valley in Hunza neighbouring Kun Lun, the southernmost Chinese mountain range.  Shimshal Lake sits at the base of the mountain near the Shimshal Pass (4735m).

The trek to Minglik Peak starts from Shimshal Valley to Wuch Furzeen, which is a seven to nine hours walk. It takes another six to eight hours to reach Shuijherav (4350m) and another three hours to reach Shimshal Pass.

by Aurangzaib buzdar

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