Beyal Camp

Under the Giant

At an altitude of 3500m, Beyal Camp is dominated by utterly prominent views of Nanga Parbat. At Beyal, Nanga Parbat’s view spans the widest almost 180 degree and the peak rises so high as if it will hide the sky. 

Beyal Camp is a gentle hike of less than two hours from Fairy Meadows passing through mature pine, fir, juniper and birch forest. On your left is the Raikot Glacier and occasional  fine views of Indus Valley and Karakorams.

Spending overnight at Beyal is recommended if you are hiking to base camp.

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