Photo Friday: Pakistan’s Mountain Region

Posted by on Dec 16, 2016

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With a diverse landscape, northern Pakistan is home to some of the Earth’s highest peaks. The high altitude combined with the Asian monsoon have historically provided glaciers in the region with the necessary conditions to thrive, according to National Environment Agency.

Despite their intimidating nature, the Himalayas have an extensive amount of biodiversity. “Climates range from tropical at the base of the mountains to perennial snow and ice at the highest elevations,” according to PBS.

Check out GlacierHub’s collection of images from the glacier-rich mountain region of Pakistan. You can find additional images of Pakistan’s mountains at Pamir Times.

 

Gojal Valley, Pakistan. (Source: Pamir Times)

Gojal Valley, Pakistan (Source: Pamir Times).

 

Batura Glacier, Gojal Valley, Pakistan (Source: Akbar Khan Niazi/Creative Commons).

Batura Glacier, Gojal Valley, Pakistan (Source: Akbar Khan Niazi/Creative Commons).

 

Diamir district of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan (Source: Pamir Times)

Diamir district of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan (Source: Pamir Times).

 

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A glacier in Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan (Source: Pamir Times).

 

Skardu city, Pakistan (Source: Pamir Times)

Skardu, Pakistan (Source: Pamir Times).

 

Rakaposhi Mountain located in District Nagar (Source: Pamir Times).

Rakaposhi Mountain located in District Nagar (Source: Pamir Times).

 

Hopar Glacier, Nagar Valley, Pakistan (Source: Najeebmahmud/Creative Commons)

Hopar Glacier, Nagar Valley, Pakistan (Source: Najeebmahmud/Creative Commons).

 

Ghanche District of Gilgit-Baltistan (Source: Pamir Times).

Ghanche District of Gilgit-Baltistan (Source: Pamir Times).

 

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