Khamosh Waterfall

Distance

Khamosh waterfall is roughly 120km away from the Skardu city. 60 km away from MehdiAbad, the first village of Kharmang District. Gahori, headquarters of Kharmang District, and some other beautiful valleys like Tolti, Kamango, Pari, and Ghandus are on the way.

Khamosh Waterfall, Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Travel to north, Traveltonorth.com
Khamosh Waterfall Kharmang, Gilgit-Baltistan.

About

Fresh crystal and ice cold water coming out of the Rugged rocks are surprising for the visitors. The beauty of the waterfall is spectacular. Water comes from almost 250 km in height. Water flows like a stream as it falls on the ground and later it joins the Indus River.

The shepherds feed the animals in the lush meadows around. Tourists who come here admire beauty. The sound of the water is breathtaking and stunning. People from surrounding areas including Baghicha, Ghandus, Hamzigonh, Shiriting, Torghon, Tarkati, Olding, and tourists from Pakistan and all over the world visit this place. Especially in the summer season to enjoy the cool breeze around the waterfall.

Khamosh Waterfall, Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Travel to north, Traveltonorth.com
Khamosh Waterfall Kharmang, Gilgit-Baltistan.

One feels tired after a long drive. But the sound of the waterfall and stream gives you a different comfort. There are some amazing views on the road during the journey which people don’t miss to save.

Waterfall in winter

In the winter Khamosh waterfall turn into totally different scenes. Frozen ice in the middle and sprays of water around. Furthermore spray freezes to the walls, framing the falls in gorgeous white. Frozen Falls definitely looks distinct under a cover of snow. Water freezes and builds up into an icefall that “grows” down the slope and seems like a giant rock. It gets bigger and bigger, ultimately became gigantic.

Waterfalls are oftentimes found in the upper direction of a river in the souse mountains. Because of their scenery place, many waterfalls occur over a solid foundation fed by little contributing area, so they may be brief and flow only during heavy rains or significant snowmelt.

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