Naltar is the loveliest fully-day outing from Gilgit.
About a two-hour drive away, it is an area of alpine meadows and pine
forests 3,000 meters (10,000 feet) above sea level and surrounded by
snow-capped mountains. the road up from Nomal climbs steeply through a rocky
gorge to emerge on the fertile, high-altitude pastures.
Naltar is the perfect base for gentle walks through
the forest or up to Naltar Lake, where the fishing is excellent. The village
is also the starting point for more energetic treks across the 4,000 (13,000
Naltar Pass to the Ishkoman Valley, or across the 4,800 meter (15,700
feet). Daintar Pass to Chalt. The two ski-lifts at Naltar are reserved for
Naltar is well
connected by road with Gilit which is further connected by air with Islamabad( weather dependent) and by road with
Islamabad/Rawalpindi, Skardu and Chitral. You can take a flight to Gilgit
from the capital of the country and reach Gilgit. From Gilgit two hours
traveling is further up reaches Naltar.