Fairy’s Land

Fairy’s Land, originally uploaded by notmicrobutsoft (Camera-Robbed).

Clouds mingling with Rakaposhi – Hunza Valley

Rakaposhi, is the name of a high Karakoram mountain massif and the huge pyramid peak which tops this massif. Its elevation is 25,550 ft or 7,788 m above sea level. The mountain dominates the Hunza Valley west of K2, its steep ice-covered peak towering above barren cliffs and terraces.
Rakaposhi’s climate is generally more favorable than that of the Himalayas, as it is located far enough west to be only minimally affected by the monsoon in July and August. In fact, long periods of exceptional weather are not uncommon throughout the summer.

About jugnoo

I am Jugnoo. Jugnoo means in our local language " an insect who lightens at night" so i think i am not an insect but a person who is trying to spread some light by sharing of knowledge & information through my blog. So this is me "Jugnoo"
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2 Responses to Fairy’s Land

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