Gojal, otherwise called Gojal Valley, is a valley arranged in the most distant north of Pakistan. It outskirts Pakistan and China at Khunjerab Pass and Afghanistan at Chipurson valley. It is the biggest tehsil of the Gilgit-Baltistan locale of Pakistan.
Gojal is a progression of enormous and little valleys offering outskirts to Hunza in the south, China in the north-east and Afghanistan in the north-west. Shishkat is the principal town of Gojal. With the exception of the Shimshal, Misgar and Chipursan valleys, every one of the towns of Gojal can be seen from the Karakorum Highway (KKH), which crosses Gojal, entering China at the Khunjerab Pass.
Topographically Gojal is situated between 70 scope and 61 and is spread over a region of 8,500 km² of land, at a rise extending from 2,340m to 4,877m, over the ocean level.
Gojal is a bumpy area framing the western piece of the Karakoram and Eastern Pamir mountain extend. This zone likewise has the 56 km long Batura icy mass the third longest of Pakistan (after Hispar and Biafo).
The locale is home to grand ice-topped pinnacles, thundering streams, rich green fields and long icy masses.
The principle towns of this region include: Shishkat (presently Nazeemabad additionally called Trapur), Gulmit, Ghulkin, Husseini (more seasoned names Sisoni/Ghusani), Borith, Passu, Shimshal, Khyber, Ghalapan, Morkhoon, Jamalabad, Gircha, Sost, Khudaabad, Misgar, Yarzerech, Raminj, Kirmin, Khill, Rasht, Shersabz, Ispenj, Shitmerg and Zoodkhoon.