Fairy Meadows

Meadows in the heart of Nanga Parbat

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Fairy Meadows is like the bouquet of flowers set before the towering killer mountain, Nanga Parbat. The mountain sets a backdrop for the Fairy Meadows, making it an appealing and exciting destination for tourists. Fairy Meadows are where the legends of Nanga Parbat are kept alive, told by generations of villagers who had the chance of witnessing the legions of climbers who never descended its icy walls. Houses are nestled amongst the mountains like hobbit holes, built out of pine logs with flattened birch barks used for the roof. Sunsets and sunrise at the mighty Nanga Parbat mesmirises one's soul. Nights at fairy meadows are famous for bonfires, folk music, dance with a parallel paradigm of shooting stars in the sky.


Getting There

Fairy Meadows is four hours hike from Tattu Village. Tattu village is two hours jeep ride from Raikot Bridge on Karakoram Highway. You can get to Raikot Bridge either through Babusar Top or KKH. Babusar Top is open from July-November. KKH remains open throughout the year. Only government licensed 4x4 Jeeps are allowed Raikot to Tattu Jeep Track (Personal Vehicles are not allowed). Dangerous and thrilling Jeep ride it is. In winters or summers one has to hike to get to witness mighty Nanga Parbat in lush green Fairy Meadows.

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