Finally, it is the day to return to Shimshal village with the yaks.
From Wuch Furzeen to Past Furzeen, there are steep climbs and sliding areas.
Yaks carefully descends the vertiginous slope.
I saw goats and sheep moving on a steep slope from the bottom. The right side curve was really scary and precipitous.
Goats and sheep rush to the village. Their pace is slower than that of yaks, so they will arrive to the village the day after the yak’s arrival.
Yaks and villagers strenuously climb the mountain slope.
View of the incredible Yazghil Glacier on the way to the village.
“The white horn of Shimshal”, Adver Sar (6,400m).
And it’s down Ghare Sar. When you get off here, it is Shimshal village.
Crossing the Shimshal River. The villagers protect the small yaks.
To the Shimshal village where the family awaits anxiously.
At last! The villagers and yaks have arrived at Shimshal village. It was really a good work. Cheers!
Photo : Mariko SAWADA Text : Mariko & Sarosh
Visit : Oct 2014, Shimshal, Gilgit-Baltistan
Tag : Adver Sar , Ghare Sar , Kuch , Pakistan Blog , Pakistan Travel Blog , Shimshal , Shimshal Autumn Kuch , Shimshal Pamir , Shimshal Pamir Trekking , Shimshal Village , Yak , Yazghil Glacier